A four-year-old startup co-founded by NASA’s former program chief of the International Space Station (ISS), called Axiom Space plans to build a commercial space station that doubles as a hotel, and it’s planned to launch as early as 2024.
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Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced plans to build a car-free city, called ‘The Line’, in a televised presentation on Sunday and the construction is set to start within months.
A hydrogen-powered ferry capable of transporting 1,800 passengers set help clean up the marine industry
A hydrogen-powered ferry capable of transporting 1,800 passengers between the Scandinavian capitals of Copenhagen and Oslo, called the Europa Seaways, has been developed and is paving the way for a more green maritime vessels.
Ultra Light Rail Partners have received £60,000 ($81,393) from the government’s Sustainable Innovation Fund to help develop a train that runs on biomethane (human waste).
In 2023 a wooden satellite will be launched into space to study how wood will hold up in the vacuum outside our atmosphere.
The European Space Agency is building a new spacecraft which will be the agency’s first reusable spacecraft and will able to venture into orbit multiple times and come back down to Earth.
Developed by researchers at Rice University, a new AI microscope can rapidly image large sections of tissue to allow doctors to examine tumor margins in real-time.
In two years deforestation dropped in African countries where organizations used satellites to detect decreases in forest cover in the tropics.
Starting April 1st, China will open up the world’s largest Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) to astronomers around the globe for them to use.
US Army veteran Patrick Skluzacek returned from Iraq in the mid-2000s, however he started suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and had nightmares that haunted him for years.