An American-Spanish startup company is busy at work transforming a solar-panel-equipped plane into a pseudo-satellite able to do various tasks without using a single drop of fuel and to stay afloat for months at a time.
Drones have been delivering blood products to remote health facilities across Rwanda, and meticulous analysis of the process has not only shown vast improvement in emergency delivery times, but also a significant reduction of waste in blood units.
A Canadian nonprofit combined radar technology and artificial intelligence (A.I.) to detect polar bears, helping the Arctic communities of Churchill, Manitoba, to maintain a safe distance from the powerful predator that ventures on land due to climate change.
Researchers have been testing metal farming in the northern part of Greece, studying three endemic plants known as hyperaccumulators which access rare metals in more equitable and regenerative ways.
A self-sufficient technology company using drones to deliver medical and medicinal blood products plans on expanding its shipment radius to reach West African countries - starting with Nigeria - to provide them with much-needed supplies efficiently.
The new skyscraper built in Skellefteå, Sweden, is not only made of timber but is estimated to capture millions of kilograms of carbon dioxide throughout its lifetime, making the construction a viable alternative to tackle efficiently the climate crisis.
A team of scientists who pioneered the use of a plastic-eating enzyme has undertaken the next sustainable step in their research: converting plastic waste to sustainable chemicals and materials using nature-based solutions, thus contributing to curbing a global pollution crisis.
An American geothermal startup plans on harvesting the intense heat emanating from the Earth’s core and even intends to repurpose fossil-fueled power plants to turn it into a clean and limitless energy source.
Following a 16-month development process, a Swedish tech company based in Stockholm revealed the latest version of its long-awaited electric boat designed to lift off and fly above the water without making a sound.
An American duo of designers has developed a bioplastic alternative to polystyrene foam that can degrade in just a couple of weeks - using polysterene-eating mealworms!