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Didier Ndabahariye is one of 25,000 motorbike taxi drivers in Kigali.
November 09, 2021

Rwanda goes electric with locally made motorbikes

A European project that aims to create more energy from roads in a cost-effective and efficient way using photovoltaics.
November 09, 2021

Solar cells on roads, a new direction for Europe's energy transition

 Less than 20% of used electronics are currently recycled.
October 08, 2021

Recycling Middle East's e-waste in Dubai

 Tajikistan fell short of advancing to the final round of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifiers and directly to the AFC Asian Cup China 2023 despite a 4-0 win over Myanmar on Tuesday which saw them finish second in Group F of the Asian Qualifiers. — Courtesy photo
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Win over Myanmar not enough for Tajikistan

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WhatsApp faces legal challenge over privacy policy in India
January 14, 2021

WhatsApp faces legal challenge over privacy policy in India

December 13, 2020

NYUAD researchers shed new light on mysteries behind emission of fireflies

December 09, 2020

Researchers regenerate underwater biodiversity destroyed by human activity

Not much data exists about the number of trees found in desert regions. — courtesy Unsplash
November 01, 2020

Satellites are mapping out every tree on Earth using AI

On the right is a porous anodized aluminum oxide membrane. The left side shows the same membrane after coating it with a thin layer of gold, making the membrane conductive for electrochemical gas gating. — courtesy Felice Frankel
October 24, 2020

A controllable membrane to pull carbon dioxide out of exhaust streams

Helen Schwerdt, a postdoc in Ann Graybiel's lab, builds ultrathin probes (blue) that target brain microstructures with pinpoint accuracy. — courtesy photo: Michael D. Spencer
October 17, 2020

Scientists uncover new clues about Parkinson’s disease

This image shows a cutaway rendering of SPARC, a compact, high-field, DT burning tokamak, currently under design by a team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Commonwealth Fusion Systems. Its mission is to create and confine a plasma that produces net fusion energy. — courtesy CFS/MIT-PSFC — CAD Rendering by T. Henderson
October 03, 2020

Validating the physics behind the new MIT-designed fusion experiment

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