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Stratolaunch successfully completes first flight

The Scaled Composites Model 351 Stratolaunch aircraft developed by Stratolaunch Systems has now successfully completed its first flight. It is the largest aircraft in the world by wingspan, measuring ...  Read More

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Stratolaunch successfully completes first flight

The Scaled Composites Model 351 Stratolaunch aircraft developed by Stratolaunch Systems has now successfully completed its first flight. It is the largest aircraft in the world by ...   Read More

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The University of Michigan Engineers Develops a New device For Detecting Cancer

This new breakthrough could carry out cancer detection without the need for biopsy. A team of engineers from the University of Michigan has created a prototype wearable device that...   Read More

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Students from the Carnegie Mellon University develop robots for subterranean operations

A team of students from the Carnegie Mellon and Oregon State University is building a robot specifically for navigating subterranean environments such as mines, underground tunnels...   Read More

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Norway to implement wireless electric car charging facilities for taxis

Norway’s commitment to clean energy is known all around the world. The small Nordic country with a population of about 5.3 million has not wasted any time in switching over t...   Read More

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USA to build the world’s most powerful supercomputer

Computers have evolved at a mind-boggling pace in the last three decades. The rise of the personal computing industry put ever more powerful computers within the reaches of regular...   Read More

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MIT Scientists Create optical imaging system for detecting tiny tumors

The new invention by a team of MIT scientist may help to detect tiny tumors deep inside the body more efficiently. Dubbed as Dolphin, the optical imaging system which is based on n...   Read More

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Australian Researchers Find new Method to Convert CO2 into Coal

A team of researchers from RMIT University, Australian have found a new method to convert CO2 into coal. The research work was published in the journal Nature Communications. The n...   Read More

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Las Vegas considers a proposal from Elon Musk’s Boring Company

The city of Las Vegas might soon be the scene of an ambitious project undertaken by The Boring Company. Founded by Elon Musk in 2016, the Boring Company may have bagged a contract ...   Read More

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Sikorsky rolls out its autonomous helicopter

Autonomous vehicles are rapidly becoming a fad, with many of the largest automakers pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into perfecting the autonomous technology. When the tech...   Read More

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Breakthrough Energy Ventures invests $12.5 million in geothermal energy initiative

Energy is perhaps the most important commodity and one that drives development. However, it is also one of the biggest causes of pollution and greenhouse emissions. Switching over ...   Read More


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