Terabit analyses integrates several functionalities onto a single platform: sample preparation, nucleic acid amplification and pathogen detection. It incorporates many of the required components of a typical room-sized laboratory in a small, portable device that empowers producers to perform food safety testing in the field.

Good News! The first practical lightweight jet-powered VTOL "car", "aircraft" is finally within reach. I'm presenting to all of you, an opportunity for one corporation or investor to make aviation history by capturing the elusive practical flying car that has been sought after for many decades.

There has been a rapid increase in the demand for battery packs in recent years due to the growing popularity of residential power banks, electric vehicles, laptop computers, etc., all of which require battery packs. Since battery packs wear out over time,

BASE stands for Beta-Alumina Solid Electrolyte. This material is commercially available in various form factors including flat plate and cylinders. It belongs to a class of materials that have relatively high ion conductivity but high resistance to electron conduction.


The design is a four wheeled unmanned ground vehicle(UGV) working without a human onboard. The robot is electrically powered and with a backup battery pack.

The vehicle moves on four rubber wheel and is suitable to operate across the rail tracks.

A group of self-driven students from the University of Southern Denmark has designed, built and successfully flown the first ever box-blended wing drone.

This drone, with a wingspan of 1.5 meters can fly for ranges over 80km, carry 2 kg of load,

The emission solution building is a good way to deal with pollution . This concept can make the air cleaner . produces more ozone . Which can make better environment we live in . We need a place that is about 4 acres .

My design idea relates to energy engineering and more particularly to the alternative energy technology of getting power from physical forces, operating without burning fuel.

The first industrial revolution (1760 - 1840) used fuel, water and steam to mechanize production and transportation.

The recent advances in state estimation, perception, and navigation algorithms have significantly contributed to the ubiquitous use of quadrotors for inspection, mapping, and aerial imaging. To further increase the versatility of quadrotors, recent works investigated the use of an adaptive morphology,

Magnetic-Levitation (MagLev) rail provides a virtually frictionless way to transport people and goods at high speeds of 300 mph (480 km/h) or more. MagLev trains can be fast, but they are still trains – they must stop and start often, and stations might be far from passengers’

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