The electric aircraft industry is booming! As of 2020, electric airplanes have set new distance records, reproduced short commercial flight paths, and attracted buyers from big airlines.
An app launched in 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark, has managed to salvage 100,000 meals per day across Europe, thus reducing food waste and providing discount meals to millions of people, and is looking to expand its network to the United States.
A California-based startup came up with a solar-powered electric car that never needs to be charged, and sold out its first batch of 330 futuristic three-wheelers in 24 hours!
The Japanese Motor Corporation Toyota wishes to unveil as early as next year an electric car that uses a solid-state battery chargeable in 10 minutes.
The Nordic region decided to extend its green transport project to air travel by developing electric planes and have them flight across the area by 2030.
How do proteins achieve their 3D structure? That's a head-scratcher scientists have spent fifty years trying to solve. Now, an artificial intelligence engine has found the solution to this protein-folding problem - decades earlier than expected!
A town in Japan purchased mechanical wolves to counter the dangerous bear-human interactions, keeping the marauding animals at bay, and protecting its civilians.
The cacao tree could be the way forward for Colombia, and tech companies are developing made-to-measure apps to help farmers better capitalize on the full cacao’s potential.
A UK-based company developed a bubble-generating device that reduces the friction between ship and sea, and consequently, fuel consumption and emissions.
Farmers in Zimbabwe now have a new app to make the search for land in an easier and cheaper way. Through their smartphones, they can learn all they need to know about vacant plots all around the country.