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Pill-shaped biosensor keeps track of gut metabolites in real time

Looking to keep track of your gut health in real-time? A new pill-shaped biosensor may be able to help. The sensor, which is about the size of a pea, can measure metabolites in the gastrointestinal tract and send the data to a wearable device. The hope is that...

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The World’s First Jet Engine Fueled by Green Hydrogen Has Been Successfully Tested

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Rolls-Royce announced this week that they have successfully tested the world's first jet engine powered by green hydrogen. The engine was a Rolls-Royce Pearl 15 normally found on AE 2100-A regional aircraft modified to run off hydrogen. The test, at an MoD testing area at Boscombe Down, proves...

Top Engineering Videos – Lisa Winters

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Self-described 'Roboticist, Maker, and Badass' Lisa Winters is known for all things robotics. She was a past competitor and is now a judge on the US TV show / Destruct-A-Thon BattleBots ( an adaptation of the iconic British show Robot Wars ). She was named one of...

James Webb News – New chemical secrets of distant world revealed

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James Webb space telescope uncovers chemical secrets of distant world – paving the way for studying Earth-like planets Since the first planet orbiting a star other than the Sun was discovered in 1995, we have realised that planets and planetary systems are more diverse than we ever imagined. Such...

Volvo Trucks ship first electric truck … made from fossil-free steel

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Volvo Trucks have delivered the world’s first electric trucks which was built - in part - using fossil-free steel. The Swedish multinational manufacturer is touting its use of fossil-free steel for its new electric vehicle as a world first as the initial batch of trucks are delivered to...

Could Artemis be the last mission for NASAs astronauts?

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Neil Armstrong took his historic “one small step” on the Moon in 1969. And just three years later, the last Apollo astronauts left our celestial neighbour. Since then, hundreds of astronauts have been launched into space but mainly to the Earth-orbiting International Space Station. None has, in fact,...

Top Engineering Videos – This Old Tony

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One of the best-known metal workers on Youtube, 'This Old Tony' channel is a fantastic mix of intelligent humor, knowledge, and top-notch engineering. Even if you are likely to ever own a mill you might well find yourself watching your way through all his videos as they...