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INFARM Reveals In-Store Farm

03/23/2016, Going to the wet market or the farm can be quite an experience as your senses are assaulted from many different directions, but this does not mean that farms are no fun at all. On the contrary, they can be an extremely educational experience, especially...

Eraole Plane Runs On Clean Energy

03/20/2016, Going green must be on the minds of many people, and we have heard of solar powered planes before. Raphael Dinelli, a French scientist, former yachtsman, and pilot intends to make waves by attempting the first zero-carbon trans-Atlantic flight this June,...

NASA: February Hits Record Global Temperatures

03/15/2016, Global warming is a very real issue, that is for sure. Otherwise, the folks over at NASA would not have reported that the month of February saw the surpassing of global temperature records – and not just by a teensy weensy bit, but rather, by a...

New Fuel Cell Technology Offers Longer Lasting Batteries

03/10/2016, The modern day smartphone might come with its fair share of bells and whistles, but then again, it falls short in terms of battery life as opposed to the old school Nokias which were able to last the distance – up to 5 days of use before requiring a...

Plastic-Eating Bacteria Is A Breakthrough

03/10/2016, Plastic has become so much a part of our everyday lives, so much so that they have become indispensable to many. After all, plastic seems to be perfect for packaging food, as it is waterproof as well as flexible, not to mention impervious to all known...

France Wants To Cover 600 Miles Of Road In Solar Panels

03/02/2016, The idea of installing solar panels on roads isn’t particularly new. In fact if anything, it is an obvious choice due to the amount of roads available, not to mention that on open highways, many of them will be exposed to sunlight, which in turn will...

Energizer Launches Rechargeable Batteries Made From Recycled Cells

03/02/2016, Looking to do your part for the environment? If you hate the idea of your old and dead batteries being stuck in some landfill somewhere, then going rechargeable is a good way to go about it. However even then, rechargeable batteries aren’t exactly...

Norway Implements Largest Onshore Wind Project In Europe

02/25/2016, Norway is definitely a country that might have insanely high taxes, but it is also a model country where the government has used much of its oil revenue to benefit the rest of the citizens there in terms of infrastructure and services. Not only that, it...

ROAR Refuse Collecting Robot Is Up And Running

02/25/2016, It looks like Volvo is not just interested in having keyless vehicles and integrating Spotify into its rides, but they are also jumping right into other areas of technology – such as the ROAR refuse collecting robot that you can see in action in the...

Watersprint To Purify Water With Some Solar Help

02/17/2016, There are many different kinds of water purifiers that we know of in the market, and this is because everyone has become very health conscious. The thing is, how about those who live in underdeveloped areas and do not have access to clean water even? This...

Cruelty-Free Trophy Animal Is A Novelty

02/15/2016, Back in the less enlightened days of mankind, trophy hunting and poaching were not condemned, but rather, admired and is more often than not a sign of the upper “class”, so to speak. Thankfully, the threat of extinction as well as realization that...

Solar Shipping Container Solves Many Woes

02/05/2016, It looks like renewable energy continues to gain traction, and we are far from finished in thinking up of new ways to ensure that we can harness natural energy to power our lifestyle – vehicles included. Here is a novel idea – whenever...

Germany Succeeds In Producing First Hydrogen Plasma

02/04/2016, It looks like the country of Germany has taken a huge step forward – with their gargantuan nuclear fusion machine producing its first ever hydrogen plasma. Having turned on the Wendelstein 7-X (W7X) stellarator, which so happens to be the biggest...