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  Flying cars may be one step closer after the news that Dubai will be launching the world’s first hover-taxis as early as July this year. A hover-taxi was on display during the World Government Summit in Dubai earlier this…
Published in Transport
Imagine a solar panel that can produce electricity in bad weather conditions as well as nice sunny days. Researchers from China’s Ocean University in Qingdao believe they have designed what could be the first step towards an all-weather solar panel.…
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  The Australian tourism industry broke records in 2015-16 according to the latest State of the Industry report. A total of $116.7 billion has been contributed to the Australian economy, $38.1 billion from international visitors and $59 billion from domestic…
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  It seems like Elon Musk is always making headlines these days. The Billionaire and CEO of SpaceX was at it again this week has he announced that his space exploration company would be flying two private citizens into space…
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  A new road concept made from 100% recycled plastic has the potential to replace traditional asphalt roads in the future and bring with it a whole host of benefits. PlasticRoad, a Netherlands based initiative, is lightweight, slashes construction time,…
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  As of January 1st 2017, Dutch electric trains have been running on 100 per cent wind power. This is according to the Netherland’s national railway company NS. In 2015, Dutch electricity company Eneco won a tender offered by NS…
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  The New York City subway system has a rubbish problem. 80,000 pounds (around 36 tonnes) of rubbish is left in subway stations and tracks every day. Apart from the obviously displeasing sight and odour that can come with left…
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  Do you work more than 39 hours a week? You could be putting your health at risk according to a new study. Research from the Australian National University (ANU) has found that the work limit for a physically and…
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