Hyperloop News

SpaceX Shows Off New Hyperloop Test Tube A new SpaceX video gives a glimpse of what a ride in the proposed Hyperloop transportation system might be like   Hyperloop competition pitted 27 research teams against each other for the chance to test-drive their model pods in a test tube built by SpaceX at its headquarters in Hawthorne, California. Proposed by SpaceX founder Elon … Continue reading Hyperloop News

Japan to build world’s fastest supercomputer

  By Tereza Pultarova   The Japanese government is to invest 19.5 billion yen (£139m) in building a 130-petaflop supercomputer that will beat the current world’s fastest machine by a significant margin   The government hopes the new supercomputer will enable the country’s innovators to regain the leading position in technology innovation, which it lost … Continue reading Japan to build world’s fastest supercomputer

The Future of Agriculture – URBAN SKY-FARM

Source: APRILLI Seoul, Korea Vertical Farm, Agricultural Center Winner, Concept Category @ Green Dot Design Award 2013 Second Prize, Urban Concept Category @ Rethinking the Future 2014 Special Mention @ WT Smart City Award 2014 Finalist, Place by Design @ SXSW Eco Awards 2014   The Urban Skyfarm is a vertical farm design proposal for a site located in … Continue reading The Future of Agriculture – URBAN SKY-FARM

UC-Berkeley Foresees “Cheapest Perovskite Solar Cell On The Market”

November 11th, 2016 by Tina Casey   Unless President-elect Donald Trump shuts down all solar cell research programs everywhere, solar power is poised to inflict real pain on the fossil fuel industry. A case in point is the emerging field of perovskite solar cells, which are getting cheaper and more efficient practically by the minute. … Continue reading UC-Berkeley Foresees “Cheapest Perovskite Solar Cell On The Market”

Scotland building the world’s first underwater energy farm

  Source: NaturalNews   NaturalNews) The "world's first large-scale underwater energy farm" is being built off the coast of Scotland, and is expected to start producing power in 2017. When completed, the MeyGen project will produce enough power to light up 175,000 Scottish homes, and may ultimately include the construction of as many as 269 … Continue reading Scotland building the world’s first underwater energy farm