Category: Technology

Why Electric Cars Should Be Charged At Public Charging Stations In The Daytime

By Alice Clifford Electric car drivers should move to daytime charging at public charging stations by 2035 to save electricity and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, according to new research from Stanford. The study focused on the western United States and examined the stress the region’s electric grid will come under in the next 13

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International Climate Tech Center Launches In NYC

By Abigail Klein Leichman [themoneytizer id=”100031-1″] An innovation center for sustainable technological solutions to climate change in urban landscapes is coming to New York City’s SoHo neighborhood through a partnership among . Recommended from our partners The post International Climate Tech Center Launches In NYC appeared first on Zenger News. sdmonitornewsThe San Diego Monitor-News has

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UK And Japan Team Up To Develop Next-Generation Fighter Engine

By Joseph Hammond Japan and the United Kingdom have decided to collaborate on next-generation fighter jets, pooling their technology and resources to get the greatest bang for their dollars. Japan’s F-X program and the United Kingdom’s Tempest, both of which are scheduled to fly in the early 2030s, will be the world’s first sixth-generation fighters.

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Food, Blue Tech Make The Top 5 National Research & Development Priorities Of Israel

By Abigail Klein Leichman Bioconvergence (which merges engineering and medicine), food tech, renewable energy and energy storage, civilian space industry and blue tech have been named as Israel’s top-five research and development priorities for the coming years. The Middle Eastern country has identified a national list of priorities to inform government investment in prioritized areas

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New Treatments For The Most Severe Form Of Skin Cancer Could Be Made Possible

By Simona Kitanovska New treatments for the most severe form of skin cancer could be developed after a major scientific breakthrough. Melanoma is one of the most common cancers worldwide, with an estimated 99,780 new cases diagnosed in 2022. Now American scientists have discovered that inhibiting a key metabolic enzyme “shows promise” in tackling melanoma.

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New Invention That Turns Carbon Dioxide Into Oxygen Could Help Colonize Mars

By Simona Kitanovska Carbon dioxide is already being converted into oxygen on Mars thanks to an invention undergoing testing that could lead to the colonization of the red planet. Day and night across the seasons, a lunchbox-sized instrument generates breathable gas from Mars’s thin atmosphere. In several experimental runs, it reached its target of producing

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Ukraine Reveals Plan To Develop Own Drones Instead Of Buying Them From Abroad

By Joseph Golder Ukraine has revealed that it plans to develop its own drone program instead of buying them from abroad. The country has just held its first military-tech, International Drone hackathon in Ukraine during which 30 teams worked over three days to work towards that goal. The three-day event ended on Sunday, August 28,

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Scientists Develop New System That Allows Heart Diseases Detection Via Mobile App

By Simona Kitanovska Listening to the sound of a beating heart can diagnose hard-to-detect diseases using new techniques that scientists are trying to turn into a mobile app. Using only a stethoscope and a computer, researchers at the American Institute of Physics have created a system able to discover aortic valve stenosis, which can cause

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