Scientists Create Super-thin ‘Sheet’ that Could Charge Our Phones
The Guardian We have all been there. In a rush to leave the house we grab our phones and headRead more.
Russian Scientists Test World’s First Aluminum Engine
TASS NOVOSIBIRSK – Scientists of Novosibirsk State Technical University have tested the world’s first internal-combustion engine fully made of aluminum.Read more.
Leading UK Child Health Body under Fire over Baby Milk Sponsorship
The Guardian The Royal College of Paediatrics has been accused of breaching World Health Organization guidance after it accepted sponsorshipRead more.
Turning to Technology for Talent: How AI Drives Smarter Workforce Planning
FEI Daily Some workplace areas are poised to be not just affected, but improved, through the integration of smart technology.Read more.
US to Offer Nuclear Waste Technology to Other Countries
VOA The U.S. Department of Energy’s nuclear security office is developing a project to help other countries deal with nuclearRead more.
The 500-Year-Long Science Experiment
The Atlantic In the year 2514, some future scientist will arrive at the University of Edinburgh (assuming the university stillRead more.
Can Species Evolve Backwards? The Strange Science of ‘Devolution’
Science Alert The short answer is “yes,” but that needs to be explained, because the concept of “devolution” is veryRead more.
Public Health Experts Call for Global Food Treaty
Financial Times Public health experts have called for a global treaty to promote healthy eating and environmentally sustainable agriculture inRead more.