In Cairo: Solar Heaters and Biogas Units on Rooftops
(Energy and Water)

Some people talk about clean energy, waste reduction and the impeding energy crisis. Other people choose to take action.

Google Fiber: The Evolution of the Internet
(Technology and Inventions)

If you are a computer geek like me, you will know exactly what a beta test is.

Technology of Natural Gas
(Energy and Water)

For hundreds of years, natural gas has been known as a very useful substance.

Green Transportation: The Filipino Experience
(Environment and Climate Change)

Tricycles or “Tok Tok”, as they are widely known in Egypt, have become an inevitable nagging part of our daily life.

Cyborg Drones
(Technology and Inventions)

Imagine if one day you are sitting in your living room and a fly enters.

Flying Car Makes Successful Maiden Flight
(Technology and Inventions)

The Dutch company PAL-V Europe NV has successfully concluded test flights of its flying car, PAL-V (Personal Air and Land Vehicle).

Makey Makey: A Glimpse into the Future
(Technology and Inventions)

As fascinating as it can be, technology has always been limited in a sense.

Turning Plastic Waste into Fuel
(Energy and Water)

Starting to realize that we have only our one Earth to live on, people are taking responsible steps to find solutions for sustainable living. 

Launching a Satellite
(Technology and Inventions)

Although sophisticated technologies are involved in the process of launching a satellite, the principle it is built on is pretty simple.

The Dawn of the Robots: Meet ASIMO
(Technology and Inventions)

For decades, we remained equally fascinated and scared of the Humanoids of science fiction.

The Spinning Wheels of Technology
(Technology and Inventions)

Can you imagine life without wheels?

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