Author: S. Farrukh

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THOR—A Lightweight Mini-Plane Fresh Out Of The 3D Printer

The future of aviation is now here……Introducing Thor, the world’s first aircraft to be produced using 3D printing technology.  Airbus, a leading aircraft manufacturer, has just unleashed THOR which stands for Test of High-tech Objectives In Reality, a miniature aircraft constructed from 3d printing technology.  The plane is a windowless,...

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The World’s First 3D-Printed Office is Now Open in Dubai

3D printing is taking the world by storm.  We will now be admiring the world’s first 3D printed office building which opened this week in Dubai.  It’s a 2,700 square foot, single story built that was built using a gigantic, 20 foot tall 3D printer spitting out a special mix...

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Green Technology – World’s First All-Electric Double-Decker On The Streets Of London

When you see a doubledecker bus, London comes to my.  Their iconic buses rule the capital, where nearly 1,000 routes are operated by 8,700 buses.  Now the world’s first pure electric zero-emission double-decker bus, designed and built by Chinese automotive manufacturer BYD, will enter service in London. The Transport for...

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US Navy’s Trident II D5 Ballistic Missile Flies With First 3D Printed Component

3D printing technologies have many present and likely future applications.  The military and aerospace sectors have been industries committed to the adoption of 3D printing technologies.    The U.S. Navy’s Fleet Ballistic Missile program has taken a step further into the future with its 3D printed missile component. The first...

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3D Printing Of Human Cartilage

Athletes, the elderly and others who are prone to injuries or who suffer from arthritis can lose cartilage and experience a lot of pain.  According to researchers, there is now a way to produce cartilage tissue by 3D bioprinting and ink containing human cells, and they have successfully tested it in...

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Fire Extinguishing Ball by Elide Fire

At one point or another we’ve all experienced an accidental fire, whether it was a cooking experiment gone wrong, in the office, or you kid’s science project.  Running for the fire extinguisher and getting it to work could mean things have gotten out of hand and it’s time to call...

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Were The Paris Climate Change (COP 21) Talks Successful?

The governments of more than 190 nations gathered in Paris to discuss a possible new global agreement of climate change, aimed at reducing global greenhouse gas emissions and thus avoiding the threat of dangerous climate change.  Current commitments on greenhouse gas emissions run out in 2020, so now a decision...

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Guy 3D Prints Nose Ring From A Cast Of His Nose

3D printing is taking the world by storm.  Now-a-days everything seems to be 3D printed, but it’s usually for a reason and not for the heck of it.  Artist, David Watson created a 3D printed nose ring which features a metal cast of his actual nose. Watson, a graduate student...

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Green Technology – Promession Is An Eco-Friendly Burial Alternative

There are many ways we can contribute to the green movement.  Fuel-efficient cars, eco-friendly lightbulbs or smart thermostats are just a few things we can do to give back to Mother Earth, but have you ever thought about how to be environmentally friendly once  you die?  Even though it’s a...

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3D Printed Desserts At Sugarcube in New York

When someone says we eat with our eyes as much as we eat with our mouths it makes you question yourself…really?, but now with the latest 3D printing technology taking the culinary world by storm, food is going to be lifted to a whole new level of excellence. In the desserts...

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Green Technology – Europe’s Largest Floating Solar Array Powers Up

The largest floating solar array in the world is to be unveiled later this month on the Queen Elizabeth II reservoir, at Walton-on-Thames.  The array is estimated to generate almost 6 million kWh in its first year of operations.  The energy will be used to power London’s water treatment plants....

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A New Era Of Garbage Robots Is On The Way

The future is coming soon……a future of artificial intelligence.  Fears about human workers losing their jobs to machines have been fueled by a 72 percent increase in the number of industrial robots in the U.S. over the past decade.  Although the investment in artificial intelligence (AI) is soaring, this are...

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Green Technology – EnGoPLANET Solar Street Lights Powered By The Sun and Your Footsteps

EnGoPLANET, a company which produces street lights powered by kinetic energy of pedestrian footsteps and solar energy, will install the fist solar street lights in Las Vegas, one of the world’s most energy consuming cities. There are more that 300 million street lights around the world, many of them powered...

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