Science and Technology

Advanced technology is defined as a new or developing IT innovation that still has relatively few users, yet promises to provide future, significant value. Advanced manufacturing takes advantage of both advanced technology and manufacturing technology to improve processes and products within the supply chain.

The largest commercial communications array ever has just launched. Expect to see it – it’s huge and bright

On the weekend SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launched a giant satellite into space. Called BlueWalker 3, it’s a prototype by…

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Rakuten Symphony launches Indian Open RAN initiative

Rakuten Symphony has built up an employee base of 3,000 through both acquisitions and organic growth, based in Bengaluru and…

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The Commercialization of COVID Apps Shows the Reusability of Good Quality Data

The Commercialization of Covid Apps Shows the Reusability of Good Quality Data.

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Into the Metaverse

We spoke to Dr. Mark van Rijmenam, an international keynote speaker on the future of work and the organization of…

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Giant sinkhole with a forest inside found in China

A team of Chinese scientists has discovered a giant new sinkhole with a forest at its bottom.

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Chinese mathematical genius ‘God Wei’ showcases talent by solving problem in one night that stumped team of PhDs for months

A Chinese mathematical genius nicknamed “God Wei” showcased his extraordinary talent when he solved a vexing problem in one night…

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NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter Beams Back Eerie Spacecraft Wreckage From Mars

NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has beamed back to Earth eerie yet incredible images of the NASA Perseverance rover wreckage that helped…

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Citizen science project in Brazil could help to reduce the impact of flooding

The project creates a citizen scientist monitoring network enabling the generation of data about rainfall and local flood impacts while…

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Crystal clear view of Kuala Lumpur from space

Airbus recently, for the first time, released some images of Kuala Lumpur city centre taken from the Airbus Pléiades Neo…

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Why Your Business Needs to Prepare for the Metaverse

All size businesses need to consider how to employ the metaverse, which is basically about delivering experiences, a demand that's…

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No Longer Science Fiction: De-Extinction of the Tasmanian Tiger Moves One Step Closer

The gift will be used to establish the Thylacine Integrated Genetic Restoration Research (TIGRR) Lab, led by Professor Andrew Pask,…

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A mystery in Jupiter’s atmosphere sheds light on solar system’s past

Scientists have known since NASA's Galileo mission in the 1990s that the atmosphere of the largest planet of the solar system contains heavier chemical…

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Are there any giant animals humans haven’t discovered yet?

n 2020, researchers saw for the first time what may be the longest animal ever. The creature, spotted in a deep-sea…

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Physics Breakthrough as AI Successfully Controls Plasma in Nuclear Fusion Experiment

Successfully achieving nuclear fusion holds the promise of delivering a limitless, sustainable source of clean energy, but we can only realize this…

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The Most Extreme ‘Rogue Wave’ on Record Was Just Confirmed in The North Pacific

In November of 2020, a freak wave came out of the blue, lifting a lonesome buoy off the coast of…

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