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  • Powering ships in a new (rotten) fashion

    Dec 5, 2018 | 01:13 am

    Powering ships in a new (rotten) fashion It's the year 2021. You are on a cruise ship, soaking in the sun, inhaling crystal clean air, and drinking a cocktail. While you're on this vacation, it never occurs to you that the very ship you are on is being powered by rotten fish.Yep. The Norwegian cruise liner group Hurtigruten is planning to power their ships using biogas, liquified natural gas (LNG) and solar-powered battery packs. Biogas is made with organic material like dead plants and animal waste. The[…]

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  • Fix it or replace it? Troubleshooting engineers saves a city $10 million

    Dec 4, 2018 | 07:47 am

    Fix it or replace it? Troubleshooting engineers saves a city $10 million For 15 years, the city of Gweru in central Zimbabwe has been increasingly dry, with water failing to flow into one of their reservoirs. However new water infrastructure would cost the council US $10 million. Since Zimbabwe is enduring extraordinarily tough economic times, an expense of this magnitude was daunting.As is so often the case, a group of engineers managed to save the day! With little in their public coffers, the Zimbabwean government enlisted the help of the German Development[…]

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  • 3D printing building technique takes construction into digital future

    Dec 4, 2018 | 06:10 am

    3D printing building technique takes construction into digital future Can a construction crew finish building a house in a week?What about in 24 hours?Winsun (also known as Yingchuang Building Technique) is a Chinese construction company that can 3D print a house in 24 hours. The company is at the forefront of 3D printing architecture. Founded in 2003, Winsun currently holds 151 national patents pertaining to their construction materials.The company has also been recognized as an essential contributor to the ‘one belt one road' policy. The Chinese Government's infrastructural policy[…]

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