Orca Plant; World’s Largest Machine Capturing Carbon Dioxide from Air

To stop or contain the severe imparts of global warming, there is need to not only minimize emission but also extract and store some carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere. an engineered machines ‘Orca Plant’ can assist to remove or extract carbon dioxide from the air. Climeworks has commissioned... Read more »

Singapore Trials Xavier Robots to Patrol public Areas

For the past two decade, Singapore is one of the developed countries in world that are known for having extremely strict laws and surveillance cameras throughout the city-state. With the emergence of new technologies, in the nearest future it will introduce robots that will assist to monitor violators of... Read more »

Hexicon and Aker Offshore Wind to Develop Floating Wind Offshore Sweden

Hexicon and Aker Offshore Wind, a floating offshore wind power engineering firm, have established a new 50-50 joint venture to develop a floating wind turbine offshore in Sweden. The two companies haave appointed formal Swedish Finance Minister Pär Nuder and former Vattenfall executive Mikael Kramer to the Board of... Read more »

NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover Gathers Mars Rock Sample for the First Time

NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover has succeeded in its second attempt to collect the first Martian rock drill sample for an eventual return to the earth. The agency has released the pictures of the gathered sample. The picture was taken by the Mastcam-Z camera on September 1, 2021 which is... Read more »

Breaking News: Handheld military Underwater Navigation System Unveiled

A Reytheon Technologies subsidiary “Collins Aerospace, has introduced a new millitry underwater navigation system, which is the first to come up with the idea. The new technology is designed as a handheld diver navigator system that not only provides accurate and precise positioning but als incorperates secure anti-jamming capabilities... Read more »

Latest Discovery by UrFU: Solar power Water Desalination

Solar power Water desalination is one of the most popular water distilanation method today. Power engineers at Ural Federal University (UrFU), combined with colleagues from Iraq, have discovered a new desalination technology using solar power. This newly developed technology is claimed to be much ore effective compared other methods... Read more »

New AI Allows Wind Turbines and Farms to Extract Power More Efficiently

The analysis of wind turbines has traditionally focused on either single wind turbines with varying wind dynamics or large wind farms with simple wind dynamics. As wind passes through the turbine, it creates a wake that shows down the downstream average wind speed. The faster the spin of the... Read more »

The Principle of Wind Turbines: How Wind Turbine Works

Wind turbines are the reverse of electric fan principle: instead of using electricity to make wind—like a fan—wind turbines use wind to make electricity. Wind turns the propeller-like blades of a turbine around a rotor, which spins a generator, which creates electricity. Principles of Wind Turbines Wind is a... Read more »
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World’s Longest Nuclear Powered Submarine Belgorod Begins its First Sea Trials

Russia have tested ‘Belgorod,’ its new giant special-purpose nuclear powered submarine, in open water for the first time. It was piloted in the White Sea over the weekend. The nuclear submarine  is Officially known as Project-09852, the 184 meters (604 feet) submarine is believed to be the largest submarine... Read more »


Good news for Google Pixel Earbuds lovers. The $99 Pixel Buds A-Series are more comfortable to wear over longer stretches of time than the pricier earbuds. They retain the same enjoyable sound quality, and hands-free “Hey Google” access to Google Assistant and features like real-time language translation are still... Read more »