Our Latest News
Japanese company, Sky Drive Inc, has announced the successful test drive of a flying car.
Researchers at the University of California San Diego have developed flip flops made from algae-based, polyurethane materials to help fight plastic pollution around the world.
Millions of Americans do not live without a reliable connection to the web, which is bad for kids considering the school year is coming close and is expected to take place online in many parts of the country.
The world’s biggest nuclear fusion project has entered its five-year assembly phase. After this is finished, the facility will be able to start generating the super-hot “plasma” required for fusion power.
New transparent spray-on coating for windows can block heat and conduct electricity for cheap smart solution
After the Empire State Building in New York reported installing smart glass windows, they cut energy usage by $2.4 million and their carbon emissions by 4,000 metric tons, but smart windows are costly.
A team of Chinese researchers claim their new blood test can detect cancer in 95 percent of subjects, The Guardian reports — years before they showed any conventional symptoms.
There has been two major breakthroughs in solar cell technology could vastly improve the way energy is harvested from the sun.
Sydney, the largest city in Australia, is now officially powered by 100% green energy thanks to the “largest standalone renewables agreement for an Australian council to date.”
With renewable energy, one of the biggest challenges is storage however that problem is being solved now in England, as a trailblazing company is developing the world’s first liquid-air battery storage facility for renewable energy.