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Meet FrogLog: A Tiny Little Inflatable Ramp That Saves Animals from Drowning in Pools

If you are in the northern hemisphere you are probably starting to feel the heat as summer ramps up. Same goes for animals who are looking to cool down too, a pursuit that often sees them get into some trouble. If you’ve ever owned or went on holiday near a pool you know what we are talking about....

The World’s First Ropeless Multi-Directional Elevator Will Be Installed in Berlin

The future is officially here. ThyssenKrupp will install the world’s first rope-free multi-directional elevator in a project in Berlin, Germany this year.As you know, elevators work by moving a cabin up and down in a strictly vertical sense, using cables. The Multi, on the other hand, imagines the elevator more like a metro system. The cabins travel up...

Eviation Debuts All-Electric Aircraft That Can Go 965 Km on a Single Charge

The future is electric, and we are one step closer after Eviation Aircraft released the first prototype of an all-electric airplane. The futuristic machine has a range of 965 kilometers and the capacity to carry nine passengers and two crew members. The plane was released at the 52nd International Paris Airshow.Alice the aircraft is emission freeThe non-emission aircraft...

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 Made A Successful Landing Despite “Extreme Weather” Conditions

SpaceX’s next immediate mission after the very recent Bulgariasat-1 successfully deployed its payload to Low-Earth Orbit as planned. The Falcon 9 rocket responsible for delivering the mission also managed to land on the designated drone ship called “Just Read The Instructions” located in the Pacific Ocean.The Falcon 9 rocket launched a batch of 10 satellites for the Iridium...

The TrashBot Automatically Separates Recyclables from Garbage

Researchers are currently developing a robot that separates and recycles all your garbage for you. The TrashBot is an innovative robot that will help resolve one of humanity’s greatest problems: Utter laziness.Recycling is incredibly easy. At the least, it requires walking up to a recycling receptacle and throwing away some trash. The most demanding task about recycling is...

How Much Longer Until the Core of the Earth Runs out of Fuel

At the Earth’s crust, the temperatures remain relatively cool all year round. However, beneath all crust-dwellers’ feet is an incredibly hot place. Earth’s core is believed to exceed temperatures higher than the surface of the sun – over 10,000 degrees Celsius.Many years ago, billions of rocks collided and stuck together in our solar system.  They continuously collided over thousands...

WATCH LIVE: SpaceX Will Launch 10 New Iridium NEXT Satellites Into Low-Earth Orbit

SpaceX’s next immediate mission after the very recent Bulgariasat-1 is happening today. A Falcon 9 rocket will launch a batch of 10 satellites for the Iridium NEXT mission, the largest “tech upgrades” in history. The Iridium-2 mission is targeted to launch from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The launch window is scheduled at 1:25 pm PDT or 20:25...

10 Most Satisfying CNC Milling Machine Videos on the Internet

Ah, the CNC milling machine. Whether you work with them or simply admire them, there can be no doubt that the sheer diversity three-dimensional objects they can create are mind boggling. From purely functional parts to works of art they seem to have no limit other than human imagination. Here we celebrate them with the 10 most satisfying CNC...

How Much Longer Until the Core of the Earth Runs out of Fuel

At the Earth’s crust, the temperatures remain relatively cool all year round. However, beneath all crust-dwellers’ feet is an incredibly hot place. Earth’s core is believed to exceed temperatures higher than the surface of the sun – over 6000 degrees Celsius.Many years ago, billions of rocks collided and stuck together in our solar system.  They continuously collided over thousands...

8 Engineering Career Mistakes Worse Than Walking on Hot Coals

Every day is a school day as they say. The problem with life is that it only gives the lesson after the exam has been passed, though usually failed. Ouch. We are all prone to making mistakes and those starting out in their engineering career path are particularly vulnerable. The following are gathered from advice from senior engineers...