Bioprinted coral outdoes the real thing at growing algae

Corals serve as a host to algae, which produces sugars that the corals consume. Now, scientists have 3D-printed coral that's even more algae-friendly than its natural equivalent – it could help limit coral bleaching, and provide a source of biofuel.

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Watch: 1,000-hp Jeep Gladiator rolls and launches over sand dunes

Hennessey hit the Jeep Gladiator scene hard last May with the Maximus 1000. But that initial debut was lacking one thing: footage of the 1,000-hp beast dropping on hot sand like a megaton of TNT. A year later, Hennessey rights that wrong.

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Ancient settlers once farmed on thousands of artificial forest islands

Over 10,000 years ago ancient human settlers began the construction of around 4,700 artificial forest islands in ancient Amazonia to farm savanna land, according to the results of a newly published paper.

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AI-based quality control system listens for clicks on assembly lines

When two interlocking parts of a product are joined together in a factory, they typically make a satisfying "click" sound. By listening for such noises, a newly-developed system can detect when faults have occurred on robotic assembly lines.

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What’s next for other African countries as Kenya finally lifts ban on drones?

After a drawn-out process that began early in 2019, Kenya’s regulation on unmanned aircraft systems has been signed into law, meaning the purchase and use of drones is no longer illegal. A look at the bigger picture.

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