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Zimbabwe signs 2,000MW solar power deal with UAE

Zimbabwe and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have signed a 2 000 megawatts solar power deal, which will go a long way in solving Zimbabwe’s power deficit once implemented in 18 months. The first phase is production of 1 000MW, roughly the same size as Kariba South Power Station’s output, when operating at full throttle. This was said by President… Read More
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Why you should not charge your cellphone overnight

Are you in the habit of charging your phone overnight? you probably should reconsider. This follows research that shows that by doing so, you automatically reduce your battery’s lifespan. This then means that it will only be a short while before you have to reach into your pocket and fork out money for a new device. ”Batteries in mobile devices are in… Read More
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Video: Cracked windshield forces Jetstar flight to divert

A Jetstar flight from Sydney to Bali was forced to divert to Melbourne after a crack appeared in the cockpit windshield. The plane was flying over the Northern Territory at about 5pm yesterday, about three hours after taking off from Sydney airport, when the pilot noticed a small crack. The flight was then diverted to Melbourne and landed safely at… Read More
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How America’s First Digitally Operated Reactor Could Push Nuclear Technology Forward

All nuclear plants in the U.S. have run on analog technology—until now. The Purdue University Reactor Number One (PUR-1) has officially transitioned from analog to digital. PUR-1 is tiny, with only enough power to run a toaster. That makes it a perfect test subject for running a plant digitally. The potential for the project includes greater communication for plants, and the ability… Read More
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Robot Helps Perform First Long-Distance Heart Surgery

 A surgeon in India performed the first remote heart operation on a patient 20 miles away. The procedure, known as percutaneous coronary intervention, can help to open blood vessels in patients with atherosclerosis. Innovations in telemedicine and robot-assisted surgery have widely benefited patients who previously lacked access to the healthcare system. A surgeon in India has successfully performed the first remote heart surgery on a patient… Read More
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A 15-Year-Old Inventor Made Cancer Detection Easier

Teenagers sometimes get a bad rap for their reputation as aimless and reckless kids. But young inventor Jack Andraka proved these negative stereotypes to be incorrect. A few years ago, at just the age of fifteen, he was able to impress the world with a medical invention that has the potential to save numerous lives, turning grief into a passion… Read More