Researchers affiliated with Northwestern University in the state of Illinois, United States, developed a single-shot injectable therapy that repairs tissues after spinal cord injuries as trial tests on mice have proven to be successful.
A brand new squishy and flexible material resistant to high compression has been created by scientists affiliated with the University of Cambridge, in the United Kingdom, and could have biomedical and bioelectronic purposes.
A new cooling system using sunlight and saltwater, in place of electricity, is being developed, bringing hope for underdeveloped countries who lack access to air conditioning and proper food storage.
A new way to create diamonds, using sustainably sourced energy and carbon captured from air pollution, is proving to reverse damage to ecosystems, lower the carbon footprint, and positively-impact the planet, all while creating fine jewelry.
Heinz has unveiled a special edition of its original Heinz ketchup, using the same ingredients as always, but this time via a “martian” process: the tomatoes used to create the "Marz Edition" ketchup were grown in soil, water, and temperature conditions found on Mars.
A young Kenyan inventor developed solar-powered cold storage units, thus boosting farmers’ income, cutting food waste and providing green jobs, especially for women who account for the majority of his apprentices.
A new project brings once-extinct animals back to life in an augmented reality experience: “The Zoo of Extinct Animals” was created in an effort to raise awareness of how humans are impacting the planet and its species, with a focus on animals that have gone extinct…
The four astronauts currently in the International Space Station have tasted the very first peppers grown in space, as part of an experiment NASA is conducting to eventually provide key nutrients to humans on their long-duration deep space missions.
2021 reigns in a record year for the development of global energy storage, with 12.4 gigawatts of online energy storage capacity, in comparison to 1 gigawatt in 2016 (which was also then a record year!).
Norway had fixed 2025 as its target year to phase out completely the sale of new petrol and diesel cars, and it's looking like it will instead reach its goal a solid three years ahead of schedule!