This 6-seater passenger plane is the world’s first all-electric commercial aircraft to take to the skies—and it successfully landed in Vancouver this month.
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“The Elements of AI” is currently available in English, Swedish, Estonian, Finnish, and German through the University of Helsinki website.
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After Debuting World’s Largest 3D-Printed Building, Startup is Set to Bring Affordable Housing to US
The 2-story building was printed on-site in Dubai with the help of just three workers—and the engineers now hope to build similar structures in the US.
As a means of encouraging UK residents to buy EVs, Tesco has installed thousands of charging points for their shoppers to top off their batteries for free.
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Working in Secret, Bill Gates-Backed Solar Company Reveals Tech That Could Spell the End of Fossil Fuels
This is the first time that a commercial technology has been able to reach temperatures of 1,000 degrees Celsius using only renewable energy.
Endangered Seal and Sea Lion Populations Turned Around By Fishermen Who See the Creatures in a New Way
Fishermen in Peru have turned around a decimated sea lion and seal population in Peru, after seeing the creatures in a new way.
MIT Engineers Unveil âRevolutionaryâ Carbon Capture Tech to Absorb CO2 Using âSignificantlyâ Less Energy and Money
A new method of removing carbon dioxide in any concentration, was unveiled by MIT that uses significantly less energy, and at a lower cost.
The design allows EVs to be recharged for a range of 200 to 300 milesâand the battery can be recharged more than 2,500 times.
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Handheld Device Can âSniffâ Your Food and Detect Trace Amounts of Deadly Allergens in Just 30 Seconds
Once the device is commercially available within the next few years, scientists will be selling the devices for just $150 a pop.
Using inexpensive ingredients to invent a self-sanitizing door handle, two University of Hong Kong students are finalists for the Dyson Award.
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