Amazing | Robotic | Machines That Are On Another Level ▶20

Solarino Sand Beach Cleaner Robot is a particular combination between our powerful tracked mobile robot XBOT and one of its working units; it is the first ecofriendly, remote-controlled beach cleaning machine able to move both on wet and dry sandy terrain and to remove rubbish and other foreign matter. Totally electrically driven, powered by full […]

Saudi Arabia’s Water Problem

For many people, Saudi Arabia is known for its oil, the pool of liquid that has brought wealth to the authoritarian-led absolute monarchy. But there is another valuable resource beneath the dry Arabian Desert, namely groundwater, that enables huge agricultural areas to be cultivated in the middle of the desert. – Music – There are […]

UNC Asheville First-Year Showcase and Celebration

♪ [opening music] ♪ ♪ ♪ [audience chatter]>>Leslee Johnson: Okay, welcome! Is that good? Can everybody hear me? Am I close enough? Okay, um — It’s good to see everybody here to celebrate the work and creativity that happens in LANG 120 and LA 178. We have a total of 18 presentations and 18 showcase […]

How Coronavirus Quarantines Lead To A Drop In Air Pollution

As coronavirus quickly spreads around the world, it’s forcing people to stay put and wreaking havoc on the economy. Employees are either out of a job or working from home. Factories are shuttering, and with mandates to stay inside becoming the new norm, people aren’t driving or flying. Given this Stanford Earth Systems Professor Marshall […]

Adam’s Finger Accident – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 3/31/20

this week’s episode of still untitled is made possible with support from Microsoft Surface introducing the new Microsoft Surface laptop 3 with its beautiful touch screen you’ll experience stunning graphics with razor-sharp resolution now available with 13 and 1/2 or 15 inch screen and with the latest processors there’s no project the surface laptop can’t […]

The Surprisingly Retro Future of Batteries

Thanks to Brilliant for supporting this episode of SciShow. Go to Brilliant.org/SciShow to learn more. [♪ INTRO] Renewable energy sources like wind and solar are awesome, but they have a downside—they’re intermittent. That means, if we want to make our grids more sustainable, we need to store some of the energy they produce for later. […]

The Consequences of Technological Deflation (w/ Jeff Booth)

MAX WIETHE: Do you think the social consequences of that printing could come to fruition and slow down this deflationary cycle because of the social problems that will come to roost first? JEFF BOOTH: If you look at the newspapers today, if you look at most of what is in the news today, it’s the […]

EPA Is Giving Polluters A Free Pass During Pandemic

The environmental protection agency has been fairly quiet recently and, you know, mostly because they’re not involved in any of this pandemic response. But they did finally chime in this week and they offered their 2 cents on how best to handle this pandemic and their solution was more pollution, the EPA says. More environmental […]