To meet the mobility demands of the future without increasing congestion and pollution calls for some major changes.
Norway’s electric car market has overtaken traditional vehicle sales | World Economic Forum
Researchers have 3D-printed a heart using a patient’s cells, providing hope that the technique could be used to heal hearts or engineer new ones for transplants.
3D-printed heart made using a human patient’s cells – CNN
North Wales gets ‘smart benches’ that can charge your phone while you sit
The first solar panelled seats in the UK have been installed in North Wales and include a wireless charging pad and USB ports
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April 13, 2019 at 10:23AM
A soft robot, attached to a balloon and submerged in a transparent column of water, dives and surfaces, then dives and surfaces again, like a fish chasing flies. Soft robots have performed this kind
A rubber computer eliminates the last hard components from soft robots
For Virginia Tech researchers Margaret Couvillon and Roger Schürch, the Tower of Babel origin myth—intended to explain the genesis of the world’s many languages—holds great meaning.
Researchers decipher and codify the universal language of honey bees
Jellyfish are said to be “biologically immortal” which means that if their body starts to deteriorate through age or damage then it is able to regenerate itself.
Amazing Facts about Jelllyfish | OneKindPlanet Animal Education & Facts