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Carmaker Tesla Is Expanding to Nikola Tesla's Birthplace

The expansion was a long time coming!September 05, 2020If electrical engineer and renowned futurist Nikola Tesla were alive today, he probably would be proud that Elon Musk decided to name his electric vehicle company after him. Now it seems Musk might be expanding Tesla into the famed genius& 39; birthplace: Croatia, reported Electrek.
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Science

Scientists Use Human Hair to Make Displays for Smart Devices

The researchers have been turning human hair into carbon nanodots of one-millionth of a millimetre.June 21, 2020QUT researchers in Australia have come up with an impressive new technique that sees human hair waste recycled into flexible displays that may be used in smart devices. The scientists have succeeded in turning small hair strands into carbon nanodots, uniform dots that are one-millionth of a millimeter.
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Science

Lifesaving origami microscope costs just 50 cents

March 19, 2014Each year millions of lives are lost in developing nations due to diseases that are curable, such as malaria, however an origami microscope that costs just 50 cents could be about to change this. Lives are often lost as the disease is not identified and treated early enough, which causes the treatment to be delayed.
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Space

SpaceX Needs an FAA Launch License Before Flying Its Starship-Super Heavy Rockets

The new rockets would provide a whole new way to get to space.July 22, 2020SpaceX has been busy rushing to develop its Starship-Super Heavy that may provide a whole new way to get to space but the requirement of a new license may soon see Elon Musk& 39;s plans derailed, reported Business Insider.RELATED: SPACEX’S STARSHIP SUPER-ROCKET DESTROYED DURING PRESSURE TESTStarship-Super Heavy consists of a 16-story reusable spaceship, called Starship, mounted on a 22-story reusable rocket booster, called Super Heavy.
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Aerospace

Boeing 737 MAX Completes First Series of Test Flights for the FAA Re-Approval

After grounding all Boeing 737 MAX& 39;s last year, the aircraft maker is keen to see its most popular plane back in business.June 30, 2020Last year was not a good year for Boeing as its most popular plane, the 737 MAX, was grounded after suffering two fatal crashes within five months of each other. All passengers and crew on board died, which ended up seeing the plane grounded worldwide.
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