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  • FlyFeed flies in the face of the global food crisis
    FlyFeed claims it signed more than $10 million worth of contracts and closed a $3 million round of investment to launch its first insect farm in Vietnam, in its push to produce low-cost, high-nutrient protein for human consumption. The company was founded less than a year ago and is targeting...
    Source: TechCrunch by Haje Jan Kamps
  • Microsoft is hoping its algorithms can help farmers—and the planet
    Project FarmVibes' algorithms analyze drone imagery and create maps of Nelson's farm in an attempt to maximize efficiency. Dan DeLong for MicrosoftYou can't eat an algorithm, but data can still be useful when it comes to food production. Here's how. The post Microsoft is hoping its algorithms can help farmers—and...
    Source: Popular Science by Helen Bradshaw
  • Buildings, Vol. 12, Pages 1588: An Intelligent Detection Logic for Fan-Blade Dam...
    Many wind turbines operate in harsh marine or shore environments. This study assists industry by establishing a real-time condition-monitoring and fault-detection system, with rules for recognizing a wind turbine’s abnormal operation mainly caused by different types of fan-blade damage. This system can ensure ideal wind turbine operation by monitoring the...
    Source: MDPI by Ming-Hung Hsu
  • Hornsea 2, the World's Largest Windfarm, Enters Full Operation
    Ørsted is proud to announce that the world’s largest installed windfarm, Hornsea 2, is now fully operational. The 1.3GW project comprises 165 wind turbines, located 89km off the Yorkshire Coast, which will help power over 1.4 million UK homes with low-cost, clean and secure renewable energy. It is situated alongside...
    Source: RealWire
  • Category 4 Hurricane Ian hits Florida, bringing historic storm surge
    A satellite image of Hurricane Ian making landfall on the southwest coast of Florida on Wednesday, September 28. NOAA/NASADangerous conditions will continue as the storm moves north. The post Category 4 Hurricane Ian hits Florida, bringing historic storm surge appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Laura Baisas
  • Scientists think we can get 90 percent clean energy by 2035
    Experts agree that last 10-percent is the tricky part. Patrick Hendry/UnsplashThe last 10 percent will be the trickiest part. The post Scientists think we can get 90 percent clean energy by 2035 appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Andrew Paul
  • In Awe of the Pawpaw
    Meet the bartender-botanist committed to reviving this humble native fruit. The post In Awe of the Pawpaw appeared first on Modern Farmer....
    Source: Modern Farmer by Danny Childs
  • Arcade Snacks Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Egg in Candy Corn
    Arcade Snacks Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Egg in Candy Corn Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 09/23/2022 - 18:17 Recall Type Company Announcement Brand Name(s) Arcade Snacks Recall Reason Food & Beverage Safety,Potential or Undeclared Allergen,Eggs Company or Government Agency Name Arcade Snacks Short Title 09-23-2022, Arcade Snacks Body Arcade Snacks...
    Source: FDA by Anonymous
  • MMA Global Aqua – Underwater sonar technology
    MMA Global Aqua discuss their use of sonar technology for expert underwater surveying in the waters of Taiwan. The post MMA Global Aqua – Underwater sonar technology appeared first on Open Access Government....
    Source: Open Access Government by Nick Wilde
  • Meet the winners of the student pitch competition at Disrupt 2022
    TechCrunch Disrupt is a three-day showcase of the work being done by the best and brightest in Silicon Valley and is an exclusive first look at the most exciting new innovations coming over the next few years. The conference, set this year for October 18–20 in San Francisco, has hosted...
    Source: TechCrunch by Lauren Simonds
  • New material improves efficiency of sodium-ion batteries
    Scientists from Skoltech and Lomonosov Moscow State University in Russia have produced a new material for sodium-ion batteries as an alternative to the rechargeable lithium-ion technology currently being used. The material, a powder of sodium-vanadium phosphate fluoride with a specific crystal structure, could be employed in battery cathodes to offer...
    Source: Materials Today
  • Can a bold new plan to stop mosquitoes catch on?
    In California’s Tulare County, mosquito control IDs and studies wild-caught bugs. Ryan YoungWith pests growing resistant to insecticides, and climate change creating a bug boom, towns consider a lab-bred mosquito with a killer gene. The post Can a bold new plan to stop mosquitoes catch on? appeared first on Popular...
    Source: Popular Science by Lauren J. Young
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