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Ever struggled to visualize the sheer scale of SpaceX’s rockets? Visual Effects Youtuber 'Corridor Crew' have put together a video that shows off the Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy, and BFR rockets in real-life situations - the results are jaw-dropping.facebook.com/borntoengineer
The SpaceX job listing for a Big Falcon Rocket engineer was posted on June 11 and advanced welding skills are required, along with a noble love of adventure. If you have your sights set on the stars ...facebook.com/borntoengineer
Carbon Engineering's miracle technology is still a little ways off in terms of being of use to the general public, with a little luck and whole lot of continued perseverance, in a few short years, we might be creating and using fuel in a whole new way.facebook.com/borntoengineer
Facebook hasn't got a lot of good press recently but their latest AI research paper is eye opening.facebook.com/borntoengineer
As a little girl, my friend’s daughter was fascinated by all kinds of creatures, from puppies to beetles to the litter of newborn rats she discovered in the garden shed. Her ambition was to stud...facebook.com/borntoengineer
Might Drone technology prove a convenient way to get burgers, sushi or beer to hungry consumers in Iceland. Icelandic company AHA thinks so.facebook.com/borntoengineer
How many frames-per-second can your camera capture? 10? 20? 100? A new camera from the Rosalind Franklin Institute can capture one-hundred million frames per seconds. The new tech will enable researchers at the UK leading Universities better to understand how effective drug-treatments are -- allowin...facebook.com/borntoengineer
Geoengineering could be a real-world solution to turning back the clock on Climate Change. Up to now, it has been incredibly expensive to suck CO₂ out of the atmosphere but a new study has highlight crashing costs in the tech. In 2011 it cost a whopping £450 per tonne of CO₂ extracted ... in 20...facebook.com/borntoengineer
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Fancy Building Rockets For A Trip To Mars? SpaceX Now Have Their First Job Listing For A BFR 🚀Engineer https://t.co/eCUJwrubM2twitter.com/born2engineer04:23 PM Jun 21st
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