Bizarre new form of ice might be “true glassy state” of water

Ice and water aren't very exciting to most of us, but they’re super strange from a scientific standpoint. Researchers have now discovered a brand new type of ice that’s described as being a true “snapshot” of water, and may be found on alien worlds.

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South Australia plans world’s largest electrolyzer and H2 power plant

The state that built the world's first grid-level "big battery" is striking out on an even more ambitious green energy project: the world's biggest hydrogen power station, fed by an electrolysis facility 10 times larger than anything running today.

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Arthritis drug mimics “young blood” transfusions to reverse aging in mice

In what sounds like sci-fi, transfusions of youthful blood can improve the health of older people. A new study has found that an existing arthritis drug can effectively rejuvenate blood stem cells, mimicking the benefits of young blood transfusions.

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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV E:Pop camper SUV roams road and trail

Not the average Mitsubishi Outlander or camper van, the Outlander PHEV E:Pop is a pop-top camper wagon that provides an efficient but long range-capable means of getting to base camp and enjoying the stay. It then doubles as an everyday driver.

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DARPA selects competitors for its Liberty Lifter seaplane project

DARPA has chosen two radically different designs from teams led by General Atomics and Aurora Flight Systems for development of the Liberty Lifter Seaplane Wing-in-Ground Effect full-scale seaborne strategic and tactical heavy lift demonstrator.

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SUCOM tech makes for better cellular comms with delivery drones

While short-range radio remote control may be fine for consumer drones, long-distance delivery drones often use cellular networks to communicate with their operators. A new mobile network system could make the latter method much more reliable.

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Scientists stack sub-pixels for sharper MicroLED displays

The sharpness of images on a MicroLED screen is limited by how tightly the pixels that make up the display are packed. MIT scientists have taken a unique approach to packing them much tighter, by vertically stacking the pixels' components.

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Newly discovered Earth-sized planet might be right for life

Of the over 5,000 exoplanets discovered, only about 12 even come close to resembling Earth. That number has been increased with the discovery of Wolf 1069 b, a planet with qualities that make it a good candidate to study further for signs of life.

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Rustic tiny house has a spacious interior and a balcony up top

Lisa's 30 x 10 Tiny Home stands out from the crowd with a distinctive rustic design. The towable home also contains a roomy and well-proportioned interior layout that includes a home office area, two bedrooms, and even boasts a small balcony area.

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