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Elon Musk plans to create a vertically launching electric plane

Elon Musk plans to create a vertically launching electric plane

Elon Musk can be seen as a man ahead of his time. He’s behind some of the most innovative projects of recent years – like...

Polonium-210, the most lethal chemical element known to man

Polonium-210, the most lethal chemical element known to man

To those unfamiliar with the bad boys of the periodic table, imagine Polonium as the worst bad guy. In fact he would most likely...

China’s Insanely High Suspension Bridge

China’s Insanely High Suspension Bridge

The Aizhai bridge connecting the G65 Baotou Expressway near Hunan, China is the world’s longest tunnel to tunnel suspension bridge....

World’s Most Impressive Aqueduct

World’s Most Impressive Aqueduct

Completed in 1916, the Catskill aqueduct is one of the most important aqueducts of all time. This tunnel system supplies over 40 percent of...

Fourth Industrial Revolution: Automation could replace 5 million jobs by 2020

Fourth Industrial Revolution: Automation could replace 5 million jobs by 2020

World Economic Forum published a new research “The Future of Jobs“, and according to the study, automation will replace over 5 million jobs over the...

The construction of Hyperloop has finally started

The construction of Hyperloop has finally started

A safe way to travel at more than 1,100 km/h without using fossil fuels, rails or roads might sound like science fiction, but it’s...

World’s Longest Airport

World’s Longest Airport

The world’s longest airport isn’t new, in fact, it’s been around for over 20 years. This incredible feat of engineering was built on its...

Top 10 Civil Engineering Wonders

Top 10 Civil Engineering Wonders

Civil engineering projects continue to dominate headlines across the world. From the world’s tallest building to the biggest manmade islands, people everywhere are dependent...

Largest U.S. Destroyer warship, the Zumwalt gets its sea legs

Largest U.S. Destroyer warship, the Zumwalt gets its sea legs

Charting in at a MASSIVE 600 ft and 15,000 tons, the USS Zumwalt headed out to sea for the first time to undergo sea trials in wide...

Minimalist posters cleverly depict 18 branches of Engineering

Minimalist posters cleverly depict 18 branches of Engineering

Indian Facebook page The Minimalist decided to pay a tribute to engineers on their special day. They summed up 18 different branches of engineering in...

How some scientists turned plants into electronic circuits

How some scientists turned plants into electronic circuits

Electronic plants? Really? Merging living things and technology is becoming an increasingly popular trend. But did you expect to see plants that also act...

Chinese engineers rebuild Sanyuan Bridge in only 43 hours

Chinese engineers rebuild Sanyuan Bridge in only 43 hours

A Chinese company demonstrated its developments in construction at unbelievable speed to rebuild the great Sanyuan Bridge in Beijing in less than two days. CCTV...