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South Australia Will Be Home to the World’s Biggest Single-Tower Solar Thermal Power Plant


South Australia has approved the biggest solar thermal power plant of its kind in the world. The 150-megawatt structure received the green light from government officials this week.

Watch How the Sun’s Magnetic Forces Halted an Intense Solar Eruption


A suit of NASA instruments captured a unique solar phenomenon that was previously unexplained by astrophysicists.

Russia Reveals New Supersonic Stealth Fighter Jet to Rival the U.S. F-22


Russian officials just released information about their latest fleet of fighter jets. Its creators swear that these jets will be the envy of air forces around the world.

This Isolation Helmet Completely Blocks Out Workplace Distractions


Offices can be noisy, especially if you work in one of those trendy open-concept environments. Sometimes you can go through a roster of productivity habits — meditation, isolation, setting a timer — and still get sidetracked.

Tesla Creates a Futuristic ‘Tiny House’ to Show off Its Energy Products


Tesla’s energy division is touring around Australia to educate the public on how to be self-sufficient in producing sustainable electrical power for their homes.

This Bra Sticker Can Detect and Prevent Sexual Assault


One in six women in America will experience sexual assault in their lifetime. Globally, the numbers don’t look much better.

These Leaked Videos Potentially Show Factory Employees Working on the New iPhone 8


New videos posted on Chinese social media site, Weibo, show Foxconn workers cleaning up and inspecting the rear shells of what could be Apple’s tenth anniversary iPhone, iPhone 8.

Ethics and Engineering Behind Autonomous Cars


Unmanned vehicles are a new and evolving industry, with implications not just in various job sectors, but the public’s everyday life.

Wi-Fi Could Soon Get 100 Times Faster Than Today


You might be able to download the latest episode of Game of Thrones in mere seconds if recent scientific research proves correct.

The Ancient Man-Made Longyou Caves Surrounded in Mystery


In the village of Shiyan Beicun deep in the Zhejiang province of China sits the Longyou caves. These caves were left undiscovered for millennia until one local man decided to test the validity of the local legend.

These New Flexible Batteries Can Be Printed Directly on to Textiles


Researchers are working on flexible batteries that can be printed directly on to fabric. Their research was motivated by the problem of how to power wearable devices.

This Stunning All-Electric Concept Car Was Inspired by 1940s Open Wheel Racers


Nissan Motor Corporation and its luxury division INFINITI unveiled a retro-modern vehicle that serves as an emblem to the automotive’s past and future.

This New “Ruler” SSD Has Enough Storage to Hold 300,000 HD Movies


Intel is literally changing the way storage looks. The tech giant introduced a new enterprise SSD design called the “ruler”.

WATCH LIVE: SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launches Dragon Resupply Mission to the ISS


SpaceX’s CRS-12 mission will use a Falcon 9 rocket to launch the Dragon spacecraft to low-Earth orbit in order to deliver 6,400 pounds of important cargo and payloads to the International Space Station (ISS) on behalf of NASA.

How Will Autonomous Vehicles Be Serviced?


As autonomous technology grows more prevalent in production vehicles, it poses an interesting question to how we might service our cars in the future.

These Truly Organic Bed Sheets Are Made With Cotton, Rainwater and Wind


There is nothing better than jumping into a well-made bed with super fresh sheets. But did you know that the production of the cotton that makes your bed linen is the most pesticide-intensive crop in the world?

Drinking Two Pints of Beer Is More Effective for Pain Relief Than Taking Paracetamol


Reaching for a beer to cure a hangover might be a smarter choice than you think. New research indicates drinking two beers is more effective than taking over-the-counter painkillers. Researchers from the University of Greenwich has shown that drinking two pints of beers can reduce pain discomfort by up to 25%.

This Germ-Zapping Robot Can Completely Sanitize a Hospital Room Within 10 Minutes


A new robot is helping hospitals lower their risk of patient infections from deadly pathogens and multi drug resistant organisms.

This Software Could Help Protect Birds and Bats Near Offshore Wind Turbines


One of the biggest disadvantages of wind energy is that it kills bats and other avian creatures when they collide on the large blades of wind turbines.

This Augmented Reality App Turns Your Smartphone Into a Virtual Ruler


A video of an augmented reality app that can virtually measure real-life objects went viral online a couple of months ago.


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