The world’s biggest electric airplane took off on May 28th in an inaugural test flight in Washington, USA – and it produced zero carbon emissions!
Singapore’s parks can get crowded with walkers and runners, so the government has turned to a robotic dog amid corona times to ensure everyone’s respecting the two-meter social distancing measures!
A drone performance streamed live in Rotterdam, the Netherlands ended with drones creating the image of a bright red beating heart up in the sky dedicated to the healthcare staff working hard amid the coronavirus pandemic.
More and more people across West Africa have been switching from cash to mobile money to potentially help slow the spread of COVID-19, as providers make it easier – and cheaper – to go digital.
While some of Fairbank, Alaska’s biggest attractions have not been accessible to most due to the pandemic, the U.S. city has decided to digitize the events on their website for those feeling nostalgic to enjoy from their couch.
The Philippines’ Visayas region thrives in the maritime sector – yet suffers from the pollution caused by conventional ships. Now a potential solution is underway: a fast-sailing boat that uses ocean waves to generate part of its power.
The coronavirus outbreak in the United States has caused a surge in demand of medical supplies, so hospitals are looking at 3D manufacturers for help in mass-printing face shields and nasal swabs.
In response to the ventilator shortages caused by the coronavirus pandemic, a tech company specializing in vacuums and hair dryers is refocusing their resources to produce 10,000 ventilators for the United Kingdom – while donating 5,000 more for the world!
The United Nations has announced the launch of a new, first-of-its-kind Japanese radar system that will allow governments to better monitor and protect forests and peatlands.
Google Arts and Culture has partnered with over 2,000 museums and galleries from around 80 countries to bring art to our homes through its online platform – a perk especially convenient amidst the international lockdowns caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.