Month: March 2023

US generated more energy from renewables than coal for the first time in 2022

In 2022, renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, hydro, biomass, and geothermal, produced more electricity than coal for the first time in the United States.  Additionally, renewable generation surpassed nuclear generation for the second time, the first time being in 2021.  In total, the US electric power sector produced…
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Elephant Robotics Unveils New Desktop Educational Robots for 2023

This is a sponsored article brought to you by Elephant Robotics. In recent years, interest in using robots in education has seen massive growth. Projects that involve robotics, artificial intelligence, speech recognition, and related technologies can help develop students’ analytical, creative, and practical skills. However, a major challenge has been…
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Neurotech’s Battles Impact Our Brains’ Future

Neurotechnologies today—devices that can measure and influence our brains and nervous systems—are growing in power and popularity. The neurotech marketplace, according to Precedence Research, is worth US $14.3 billion this year and will exceed $20 billion within four years. Noninvasive brain-computer interfaces, brain-stimulation devices, and brain-monitoring hardware (measuring alertness and…
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Global energy transition ‘in need of fundamental course correction’

Global green energy investments must quadruple to reach the target set by the Paris climate accords, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has said.  The agency's World Energy Transitions Outlook 2023 Preview has warned that the global energy transition is "off-track" and in need of a "fundamental course correction", which would…
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