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πŸ’‘ Innovation

Alexander Engelin 3 min read

🌱 Artificial photosynthesis - grow food without sunlight

Researchers have developed a method for growing crops without sunlight, through artificial photosynthesis. In some cases, efficiency increased by 18 times, and the method is expected to revolutionize the management of climate change as well as space exploration.

Linn Winge 2 min read

🐠 Robot fish repairs itself with microplastics

Scientists from Sichuan University have designed and developed a robotic fish that collects microplastic as it swims in the water. With the microplastics it can repair damages it gets while working.

Alexander Engelin 2 min read

🧫 Cheaper and faster stem cell production

A new 3D-printed prototype for the extraction of stem cells offers potential for large-scale production with high quality - at a lower cost.

Kent Olofsson 2 min read

πŸ”‰ Extremely quiet fans could improve our health

Noise from the fans in ventilation systems can make us sick, but a new type of fan is so quiet that we are not affected by the sound.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🏫 Beautiful eco-school protects students from harsh desert heat

In Jaisalmer, a city in India, students have to brave scorching temperatures to attend class. A new school, the Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls School, with a smart design keeps the school and its students cool without air conditioners.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🐬 Effective and low-tech solution to bycatch

Fishing nets are usually invisible to animals using echolocation but now marine biologists from Germany have come up with a solution to make nets visible to acoustic signals, helping animals to dodge the nets.

Linn Winge 2 min read

πŸͺΈ AI reveals "singing" coral reefs

A team of researchers from University of Exeter is creating an algorithm that tracks the health of coral reefs by understanding their β€œsong”.

Kent Olofsson 2 min read

🧠 Tiny implant could turn back the clock for Parkinson's patients

A new small implant can relieve the symptoms of those with Parkinson's and requires much less surgery than today's implants.

Linn Winge 2 min read

🌊 'Other-worldly' underwater sculptures save the sea

β€œIf the sea dies, so does the fisherman. You can’t just take, you have to give too”. These underwater sculptures save the sea from being overfished.