Polystyrene is one of the most problematic types of waste. It is mainly used as a packaging material and is produced in huge quantities every day. Unfortunately, it is not used repeatedly and when it ends up in nature,...
How do you imagine the skyscrapers of the future? The future moves in the rhythm of sustainability, low energy consumption and ecology. eVolo Magazine has announced the best skyscraper designs for the 2022 Skyscraper Competition. The well-known American architecture...
The list of bacterial infections resistant to antibiotics is constantly growing. So scientists are looking for new ways to overcome these diseases. Israeli research wants to replace antibiotics with a substance from broccoli and cauliflower. In tests on pigs,...
From about mid-June, swimmers and biologists alike can see an enormous amount of purple jellyfish on the beaches of the Cote d'Azur near Corsica. An encounter with a jellyfish is unpleasant and painful, but science uses its presence in...
The demand for copper is growing rapidly and this is mainly due to the transition to renewable energy sources. While interest in renewables is growing, there may not be enough copper on the market to meet this demand. Demand...
Many people don't even know what the metaverse is yet, but its popularity is expected to grow greatly in the future. By 2030, The Metaverse market could grow to more than $5 trillion as reported by consulting firm McKinsey...
Most people imagine wind turbines as huge devices measuring tens of meters. You don't need a huge wind turbine to use the wind to generate electricity, but a small device that doesn't take up much space will do. Aurea...
What can humans know about space? Although humans have a large number of professional telescopes at their disposal, most of the universe is a mystery to us. Scientists estimate that we have discovered about 5% of the universe. Few...
The main advantage of plastics is their durability, and this also makes them the biggest problem. In the past, scientists tried to produce materials that could replace plastics and at the same time be economically advantageous to produce. Now,...
Cardiovascular diseases often lead to heart attack or stroke. Australian researchers from the University of Sydney are developing a chip that could warn early about the risks of using a blood test. Their vision is to create a device...
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