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Traditional methods for detecting odours in wastewater treatment plants are not only slow and costly, but they also fail to quickly identify the root of the problem. A team of Spanish researchers has come up with a solution: an electronic nose attached to a drone that identifies bad smells in real time.
In addition to monitoring natural disasters, high-altitude balloons could also prove useful for surveillance missions. Their low cost and ability to operate for days at a time make them an attractive alternative over other aircraft. As such, the US Department of Defense intends to transform them into a key military weapon.
By implementing the Smart Light project, we bring the Iohnic lighting system to parking facilities, a solution that maximizes energy efficiency and saving thanks to its reduced cost and longer product life.
In the space of just six months, up to 350 experiments are often conducted aboard the International Space Station. We are living in an unprecedented era of experimental science in space, whose fascinating history includes some of the most intriguing experiments: from tests on all kinds of animals to sending an astronaut into space and leaving his twin behind on Earth as a control subject while comparing their state of health.
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Some Ukrainian citizens, as well as Russians that reject Putin’s regimen managed to avoid censorship by posting messages on social media or reviews on websites like Trip Advisor and Google Maps to get the information through to the Russian people.