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Google has announced that its innovative advanced geothermal plant in Nevada is now operational and connected to the grid, pioneering an approach that promises to unlock clean, always-on geothermal energy across a much larger range of locations.Continue ReadingCategory: Energy, ScienceTags: Google, Geothermal, Clean Energy, Alternative Energy
the lighter and more adaptable model of the jet capsule features 640 hp with a full electric docking system. The post pierpaolo lazzarini’s carbon fiber capsule switches between electric and jet-drive cruising appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
from dripping green goo during the menswear show, prada brings back the slime in silver fashion for its SS24 womenswear set design in milan. The post prada’s SS24 womenswear switches to pink slime around terracotta and beige set design appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
For decades now, Colorado-based manufacturer Moots has been known for its high-end titanium bicycles. Today, however, the company announced its first-ever carbon fiber bike, which is also its first-ever ebike. It's time to meet the Express, which is designed for gravel riding.Continue ReadingCategory: Bicycles, TransportTags: Carbon Fiber, ebikes
The discovery was founded on the useful, but confusing idea of quasiparticles, which act as if they exist, but really don't. There are only three types of particle in a solid: protons, neutrons and electrons. When packed together in a solid, these individual particles are extraordinarily difficult to predict, since the motion of each is directly acted on by all the others in a massively chaotic m
with reference to le corbusier's 63-color scheme 'polychromie architecturale', JUNG transports architectural design into the field of electrical installation. The post JUNG’s le corbusier-inspired switches flick on the architectural interest appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Water is usually something you’d want to keep away from electronic circuits, but engineers in Germany have now developed a new concept for water-based switches that are much faster than current semiconductor materials.Continue ReadingCategory: Electronics, ScienceTags: Electronic, Electrons, Water, Circuit, Laser, Ruhr University Bochum, Terahertz, Transistor, Semiconductors
Our deepening understanding of the different types of fat in the body continues to present new ways to potentially manipulate metabolic processes for better health outcomes, and new research on an existing asthma drug has opened up a promising new pathway. The authors have pinpointed a metabolite that turns a bad type of fat into a more favorable one, which raises hoped of new therapies for obesi
Leatherman has introduced a stylish pocket knife with a few tricks up its sleeve, spearheaded by an interchangeable blade system built around two forms of high-end steel. The new Parts folding knife is imagined from the ground up as a robust and capable cutting tool, and packs the tiny implements needed to easily swap one blade for the other.Continue ReadingCategory: Outdoors, LifestyleTags: Knif
Most robots are designed for a specific job, and aren’t very adaptable. But engineers at Virginia Tech have now developed a soft robot that can morph into a range of shapes, such as driving, flying or swimming robots, thanks to a rubber skin full of a metal that switches between liquid and solid forms easily.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: Robot, Robots, Robotics, Robotic, Sof is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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