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Underwater Welding: One of the Most Dangerous Occupations in the World

Underwater welding is one of the most dangerous occupations in the world. Underwater, the odds are stacked against you.

Facebook Will Open Its First Startup Incubator in Paris

Facebook CEO, Sheryl Sandberg, announced on January 17 that Facebook will be opening its first ever startup incubator in Paris.

10 Greatest Women in STEM

Women have made many significant advances in human knowledge throughout the history. By recognizing some of their labors and contributions here, we thank them.

Boom’s XB-1 Will be Doing its First Supersonic Test Flights Later This Year

Though Supersonic flight has existed for over 50 years, it hasn’t been efficient enough for routine travel.

An Iceberg the Size of Delaware is about to Break off from Antarctica

The 350m thick floating ice shelf on the eastern side of the Antarctic Peninsula experiences a crack and it’s lengthening day by day.

Earth Sets Record Temperature for the Third Year in a Row

There is much debate about how global warming is affecting our planet, if at all. The gradual increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere and its oceans is often dismissed as conspiracy theories relying on fabricated data.

Chlorine Trifluoride : The Compound That Can Even Set Fire to Glass

Chlorine trifluoride (ClF3) is toxic, corrosive, and incredibly reactive with practically every element on the planet.

New Assistive Soft Exosuit Makes Walking 23% Easier

Exosuit is a wearable robot made of functional textiles, cable-based actuation, and a biologically-inspired control system.

New Artificial Player Defeats its Competitors in Ms. Pac-Man

A team of engineers at Cornell University created a computer program that blew through previous records for computerized play of Ms.

This New Soft Robot Could Save Lives of People With Heart Conditions

Harvard researchers helped develop a soft robot that can wrap around a human heart to assist it beating.

A Sonic Boom is Captured on Camera for the First Time Ever

If you’ve ever watched a speeding jet fly overhead, you’re probably familiar with the large clap of sound that followed after the jet whizzed by.

Why Can’t Engineers Spell?

Engineers are known for their impeccable smarts, impressive math skills, and overwhelming knowledge of everything, but why in the world can’t they spell?

Interactive Billboard Coughs When Someone Smokes Nearby

With an attempt to persuade people to quit smoking, Swedish pharmacy featured an interactive billboard that sniffs around and coughs loudly.

Contrails: The Facts and Figures

[Image Source: Wikimedia Commons] What are contrails? As some aircraft fly through the sky, they leave a trail of what appears to be smoke.

50 Movies Every Scientist and Engineer Should Watch

Sci-fi and tech movies have been around for a surprisingly long time. They frequently tackle similar themes of exploring consciousness or over-dependence on technology which almost everytime leads to disastrous results.

The Organic Version of Laser Marking is Replacing Sticky Labels

Swedish Supermarket chain ICA works on laser marking labels on products to replace stickers. Developed by Dutch organic vegetable and fruit supplier Eosta, the high-tech method offers a clean and healthy way of branding.

The 15 Most Ridiculous and Ridiculously Amazing Elon Musk Quotes

Elon Musk has become a name immediately associated with innovation, ingenuity and success. Or, you can link Musk’s name with any number of his renown companies and projects – from PayPal to Tesla to SpaceX to Hyperloop One.

Airbus Wants to Test Its Flying Car by End of 2017

Numerous companies have tried their hand at the idea of a ‘flying car’. Over the years, our news feeds have seen prototype after prototype with no success.

Could These World Maps Be the Future of a Connected Hyperloop?

The Hyperloop One project keeps creeping closer to reality. But what would a global chain of high-speed hyperloop systems really look like?

NASA Increases Effeciency by 8% with New Propulsor

[Image Source: NASA] NASA recently ran its first-ever tests of a new jet engine technology which will increase fuel efficiency higher than ever.