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World’s First Ropeless Elevator Can Move Up, Down, and Sideways

While elevators have enabled the rise of city skylines, since the day one, these elevators have worked on a roped hydraulic mechanism for lifting and…

Electric & Hybrid Planes Promise Quiet, Low Emissions

In a recent interview with Elon Musk, he was asked if he could clone himself, which three new and exciting projects would he take on.…

Fund Crunch: NASA Can’t Afford to Send Humans to Mars Anymore

Talks about landing humans on the Red Planet have been going on for years, but a recent announcement from a NASA official quashed the hopes…

From Waste to Innovation: 22-Year-Old Computer Engineer Converts Soda Can Into Mini-Satellite

Back in school, we all created crafts using easily available, cheap, and recyclable materials in our art projects. However, this 22-year-old computer engineer from Bengaluru,…

Designing & Building New 3D Printed Super Yachts

One consequence of the growing wealth of the world’s 1% is superyachts that have become hundreds of feet long and cost hundreds of millions of…

iPhone 8 Facial Recognition Scanner vs. Touch ID

New Biometric Authentication The last couple of iterations of the iPhone included touch ID, taking advantage of each human’s unique fingerprint to protect and provide…

China Just Built the World’s Cutest Solar Plant Which is Shaped Like a Panda

A new solar power plant in Datong, China is the cutest and the most adorable solar farm in the world. Most solar farms align their…

Cost of Cybercrime to Reach $6 Trillion Annually by 2021

Once a software has been hacked, it is pretty much up to digital forensics experts to determine what has happened. It’s a regular part of…

China is Building the World’s First Pollution-Eating ‘Forest City’

Most of us who live in big cities are aware of the problems associated with big cities like polluted air, the gritty tap water, noise…

SolarCoin & ElectriCChain: Revolutioinary Blockchain Technologies

The world seems to be in the midst of a cryptocurrency revolution. Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies built on blockchain technology. Blockchain technology is the new…

Stem Cell Research: Cornerstone of Regenerative Medicine

The definition of stem cells is changing. Cell therapy around the world has used bone marrow cells and fatty tissue (adipose cells) because these cells…

ExaFLOP & the Most Power Supercomputers on the Planet

ExaFLOP: Computing 50 Times Faster Than Today’s Supercomputers Supercomputers may seem like an esoteric technology, but making better supercomputers is expected to transform countries and…

HPMB® Bearings Approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for Hydropower Water Turbines

HPMB® fiber-reinforced composite bearings are the latest innovation solution from GGB Bearing Technology, manufactured by an intricate filament winding process. Comprised of a fiberglass backing…

Byzantine World of Information & New Distributed Computing Models

To put the data challenges into simple terms, large scientific research projects often require centuries of computing time in order to be solved. To solve…

Algorithms in Combat Zones: Can AI Stop ISIS?

Omniscience Through Data Gathering & Analysis The term “shock and awe” arose during the Reagan administration and was an attempt to paralyze and defeat enemies…