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Uranium Extracted From The Oceans Could Power Cities For Thousands Of Years Innovation Trending 

Uranium Extracted From The Oceans Could Power Cities For Thousands Of Years

A report in the U.S. Department of Energy asserted that the oceans comprise more than four billion tonnes of uranium, enough to keep our cities glowing for: “the next 10,000 years.” But, the sole issue is the extraction of the uranium in the oceans. The Japanese scientists neared uranium mining that was successful . They developed an adsorbent material that was customized to hold molecules Across America, the DoE requested the scientists in its effort to discover a method to extract uranium in the ocean to collaborate and find an…

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A New Breakthrough Innovation May Help Deep Space Travel Innovation Trending 

A New Breakthrough Innovation May Help Deep Space Travel

How will the race for space unfold in the forthcoming period? What is preventing us from going up for some space exploration? Many things. One of the key issues that are being noted down is making spacecrafts able to understand the usage of the Deep Space Network, which is a string of antennas positioned in California, Spain and Australia. But for going deeper and deeper in space, an utterly new system is required, one which functions through x-ray navigation for instance. In a nutshell, X-Ray navigation is the cosmic equivalent of…

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Iceland Is Drilling A Deep Hole In Earth That Can Generate Electricity For 50,000 Homes Innovation Trending 

Iceland Is Drilling A Deep Hole In Earth That Can Generate Electricity For 50,000 Homes

Iceland is using geothermal energy for decades and is known because of its strong lavas. Now, the northern European country embarked on a new journey, a project which entails drilling down into the molten magma to create a new sustainable energy source, one that is the most strongest. This will include drilling a 5-kilometer (3.1-mile) deep hole in a volcano located at the southwest corner of Iceland, which is also matched to be world’s hottest hole, having temperatures between 400 and 1,000 degrees Celsius. Pic Credits: theearthproject As this may…

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Dutch Company Unveils A Giant Outdoor Vacuum Can Suck Pollution Out Of Air Innovation Trending 

Dutch Company Unveils A Giant Outdoor Vacuum Can Suck Pollution Out Of Air

Unfortunately it’s also been so much harmful to the environment what heavy industrialisation around the world has caused. The most grave issue is the quality of air that we breathe in. Pic Credits: inhabitat According to Preserve Energy Future (CFF), deaths due to air pollution cost the European Union  are 161 billion, and over 90 percent of individuals living in EU are exposed to the particles at amounts greater than advocated by the World Health Organization. Air pollution is cause for 65% of the deaths in Asia and 25% deaths in India….

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The World’s First Levitating Pneumatic Hyperloop is Here! Innovation 

The World’s First Levitating Pneumatic Hyperloop is Here!

Canada’s first Hyperloop is about to get real as the team from the University of Waterloo will perform its first evaluation on November 1 on their variant of Hyperloop called the Waterloop. This is Canada’s only Hyperloop, and the world’s first practical pneumatic one which will debut its exceptional levitation system  in Ontario. Pic Credits: Team Hyperloop The team also revealed another lighter and quicker variation of the Hyperloop prototype pod called the GOOSE I, which is under the procedure for being fabricated. Pic Credits: Team Hyperloop  You Might Also…

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Scientists ‘Accidentally’ Discover Technique To Turn Waste CO2 Into Ethanol Innovation Trending 

Scientists ‘Accidentally’ Discover Technique To Turn Waste CO2 Into Ethanol

U.S. researchers working at the Energy Department’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee have inadvertently found a strategy to turn the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into useful clean burning motor fuel ethanol. The discovery is enormous, and the electrochemical procedure is now able to be used to turn various types of carbon emissions from coal and natural gas power plants into ethanol. The impressive group of scientists published their recent findings in the journal ChemistrySelect, which includes turning carbon dioxide into ethanol using meagre and miniature spikes of carbon and…

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Microsoft’s Latest Speech Recognition Software Is As Accurate As Humans Innovation Trending 

Microsoft’s Latest Speech Recognition Software Is As Accurate As Humans

 Artificial intelligence is really the “thing” of our close future, and it appears that Microsoft is making some ground breaking steps in this field. Recently, Microsoft researchers have been successful in creating a speech recognition software which, as previously announced, is competent to hear languages as precisely as people. Microsoft in fact broke the ceiling with their sophisticated speech recognition software. The software has a word error rate of 5.9 percent, which is somewhat equal to that of humans. Microsoft described this in an article: The research milestone doesn’t mean the…

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Diamonds Aren’t Forever: First Quantum Computer Bridge to Link Quantum Computers Together Innovation 

Diamonds Aren’t Forever: First Quantum Computer Bridge to Link Quantum Computers Together

Sandia researchers have demonstrated for the very first time ever, how you can create a quantum bridge to interlink quantum computer on a single chip. This was performed by forecfully embedding two silicon atoms in what would be a diamond matrix. “People have already built small quantum computers,” says Sandia researcher Ryan Camacho. “Maybe the first useful one won’t be a single giant quantum computer but a connected cluster of small ones.” To distribute quantum information on a bridge (or network), could also enable novel forms of quantum sensing. This…

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Uterus Successfully Transplanted From A Living Donor For The First Time In USA Innovation Trending 

Uterus Successfully Transplanted From A Living Donor For The First Time In USA

Uterus transplantation technology has been taken to a new level, as for the first time in the medical history of US, a Texas hospital transplanted four uterus using living donors. The first ever uterus transplant in the US was performed this February using a deceased donor, but unfortunately, it was not successful because of a common yeast infection. Out of the four transplants, three of them have been unsuccessful as they weren’t getting enough blood flow. But the last one seems to be thriving well, and a statement from the…

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New Forum Center to Advance Global Cooperation on Fourth Industrial Revolution Innovation Trending 

New Forum Center to Advance Global Cooperation on Fourth Industrial Revolution

San Francisco, 10 October 2016 – The World Economic Forum announces the opening of its new Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in San Francisco. The Center will serve as a platform for interaction, insight and impact on the scientific and technological changes that are changing the way we live, work and relate to one another. It is the first permanent, globally active office of an international organization in the Bay Area. “Given the accelerating change brought on by innovation, continuous public-private cooperation on a global level is needed more…

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