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An electric helicopter made a historic flight being the first to go between two cities and airports. It flew from Jacqueline Cochran Airport to Palm Springs International Airport in California, USA.
An exhibition called Wetland Lab proposes a cement alternative made from salt. The material uses salt as a binding agent and undergoes a crystallization process.
Raw tomatoes are typically processed into various products. In the process, tomatoes give out plenty of water drained as waste. Now, a tomato processing company turns to technology to harvest and purify water for drinking.
Bulgarian physicists say wormholes may already have been detected, and there’s a way to tell them apart from black holes.
The first CO2 battery in the world developed by Energy Dome, enters the US market. The battery can store huge amounts of energy from renewable sources such as wind and solar by using condensed CO2.
British scientists grew human red blood cells in a lab for the first time and conducted a clinical trial to give them to patients.
The Pacific nation of Tuvalu plans to create a version of itself in the metaverse to preserve its islands, culture, and sovereignty in response to the threat of rising sea levels.
MIT researchers developed a new recrystallization heat treatment that makes 3D-printed metals like gas turbine blades more durable.
Volkswagen creates an all-electric office chair that gives you a vibe of sitting in a Volkswagen vehicle with many high-tech features.
Researchers created an intelligent spelling device that allows people with speech disorders to communicate. The device translates brain signals into single letters and spells sentences on a screen.