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Mass-market Tesla Ready for the World

As reported by innovator and Tesla founder Elon Musk himself via Twitter, and later confirmed by different outlets, the Model Three, Tesla’s mass-market electric car, will start rolling out of the factory as early...

Fuel Brew: Yeast Making Gasoline

Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have successfully modified the enzyme fatty acid synthase (FAS) to make it produce the ingredients necessary for bio-fuels. With this breakthrough, “factories” and batteries loaded with yeasts that...

Earth Sweet Earth, Now and Tomorrow

Earth Sweet Earth, Now and Tomorrow

A recent NASA mission has discovered seven new Earth-like planets that are in our galactic neighborhood. You can find the details in the video. In a way, it’s encouraging to know that there are...

Bees & Drones: Pollinating the Future

On account that Valentine’s Day was celebrated this week, and since St. Valentine is the Patron Saint of bees, here’s a video giving a glimpse of how flying drones may help bees with the...

Bosco Verticale: Highrise Forests in the Skyline

Designed by architect Stefano Boeri, this skyscrapers are meant to house trees, shrubs, and other plants in order to contribute to the oxygen production, air quality, and cityscape views of urban centers. These ‘vertical...

TEASER: An Inconvenient Sequel

TEASER: An Inconvenient Sequel

Fresh off its premiere in the Sundance Film Festival this past week, here’s the trailer for AN INCONVENIENT SEQUEL, the follow up to the award-winning documentary AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH.

Melting Poles: A View from NASA

A recent video provided by NASA shows a satellite-view time-lapse of the staggering changes in the arctic over the past few years. This is our current age, and it’s not a bright one…

BOOK REVIEW: Design in Nature by Adrian Bejan

Despite hitting a few mountains of technicality that make it less accessible to general readers, Adrian Bejan does provide enough evidence and examples of how the “constructal law” of natural design actually shapes many...