It’s taken almost two years, 15 pairs of trainers and more than 400 flights for Nick Butter to run 26.2 miles in each of the 196 countries on the planet.
Technically an aluminium-air fuel cell, the idea is that these can be swapped out at supermarkets and recycled when spent.
The research, by the University of Exeter, found that the effect was most pronounced in people from low-earning households.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have successfully tested a lithium-carbon dioxide battery prototype running up to 500 consecutive cycles of charge/recharge processes.
About 250,000 cubic metres of ice are at risk of collapse, after accelerating to 50-60 cm a day.
Since little equipment is needed to administer the cast, it’s also been suggested for use in wilderness first aid.
Testing 12 different bamboo cup brands, Stiftung Warentest found that most released ‘very high’ amounts of melamine and formaldehyde after contact with a hot drink.
Aigul Gareeva missed the final corner after experiencing a blackout due to physical exertion.
Ultimately, it plans to be climate-positive (reducing more emissions than it puts out) by 2030.
The WeWALK smart cane uses ultrasonic sensors to warn of nearby impediments through vibrations in the handle.
A team of researchers from Zhejiang University School of Medicine has developed a gel that makes enamel repair itself.
The lines between ‘real-world’ and sim racing are getting blurred; Team Redline manager Dom Duhan thinks that this trend is set to continue.