Amphibious Yacht Carries 12 Over Land And Water

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Image credit: Iguana Yachts

Luxury boating comes in many forms but few are as impressive as this. Iguana Yachts has built some of the most spectacular amphibious yachts and boats in the world. They’ve been at it since 2008 specialising in the design and manufacturing of next-generation boats. At their main facilities and shipyards in the west of France, in Normandy, they make dreams come true with sleek, modern vessels relying on patented technology.

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The New Super Steel That Defies Convention

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Steel may be a common alloy but what happens when researchers attempt to turn it into super steel?

Developing ultra-high-strength alloys is a challenging task as it often ends up exposing weaknesses in other areas. Creating super steel requires a fine balance between all the different properties and a breakthrough has emerged, defying convention.

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5G Networks: An Overview Of Benefits And Health Concerns

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Aside from COVID-19, 5G networks seem to be a big talking point; some good and some not so good. There was certainly an air of excitement in 2018 when many telecommunications companies proposed plans to adopt 5G technology but it wouldn’t all be smooth sailing.

While the benefits are astronomical, you can’t deny the findings that 5G may be harmful to us and our environment. In this article, we take a brief look at the core benefits of using 5G networks and some of the controversies surrounding its implementation.

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Robotic Exoskeletons: The Future Is Here

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Image Credit: Exoskeleton Report

The world is advancing at a rapid pace with innovations coming from all sides and robotic exoskeletons are making headlines. Not too long ago these “power suits” were nothing more than science-fiction but not anymore. Thanks to enhanced technology and advanced engineering, exoskeletons are becoming increasingly popular across several sectors.

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Electric Commercial Aircraft Takes To The Sky

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Image Credit: Harbour Air

A 62-year-old seaplane was transformed into the world’s first fully electric commercial aircraft. The debut flight took place earlier this month over Vancouver. This modified six-seater DHC-2 de Havilland Beaver took off from the Fraser River at Harbour Air Seaplanes terminal in Richmond, British Columbia, just south of the international airport.

Greg McDougall, CEO and founder of Harbour Air Seaplanes, was at the helm taking the electric commercial aircraft on a 15-minute flight. The 750-horsepower magni500 propulsion system was developed by Australian electric motor manufacturer, magniX.

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