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Solar Sal is the first solar-powered electric boat approved by the US Coast Guard to carry passengers. The boat is super quiet and can cruise all day using sunlight alone.
A British jet suit company successfully tested a jet pack that can fly paramedics where ambulances and helicopters can’t go. This year’s tests have demonstrated the vast potential of utilizing the suits to deliver critical care services.
Researchers developed a new material to build artificial muscles that are stronger and up to 10 times more flexible than natural muscles. The material can be used in new generations of robots, sensors, and wearable tech capable of mimicking human-like motion and abilities.
Innovations in self-repairing materials might make self-healing cars a reality one day. In fact, Lamborghini and MIT are teaming up to make their self-healing car concept a reality by 2030.
Chinese engineers successfully designed “drag sail” – a device that deorbits space debris and sends it back to the atmosphere where it disintegrates.
Researchers from Finland set up the world’s first commercial-scale ‘sand battery’ that can store energy generated from renewable sources for months. This can help solve the problem of year-round power supply.
The boat combines the best efficiency, functionality, and earth-friendliness, featuring solar panels that power fully electric navigation and an AI-driven control center that manages energy consumption.
A California-based company conducted its first human trial using smart contact lenses with augmented reality (AR) that projects bright text, rich graphics, and video content, while sitting on the eye.
New 3D-printed technologies from different companies may soon replace silicones in breast reconstruction if proven safe and eliminate issues that come with silicones.
Social scientists at the University of Chicago developed an artificial intelligence-based algorithm that can forecast crime in urban areas up to a week in advance with 90% accuracy.