Decarbonization in the Shipping Industry: 2021 Outlook

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In 2018, the UN International Maritime Organization set a goal to cut the maritime shipping industry’s greenhouse gas emissions by at least half by 2050. Through...

From Zero to 5G

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Thanks to cutting edge technology, we've become more and more connected, communicating with one another via text, audio, images and video – all while...

Predicting Killer Waves

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One countermeasure to mitigate disasters in tsunami-prone Japan is to monitor ocean waves far offshore. In a buoy equipped with GPS (Global Positioning System),...

The New Space Race

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In analysing the space policies of lead Asian players like China and India, it becomes clear that both nations are increasingly focusing their efforts on a “space race” – or, more accurately, something of a “gold rush” in space. While these countries certainly have a long list of objectives they want to accomplish in space, there is no clear finish line, neither is there a definitive time frame.
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Ancient Remedies: East vs West

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Leeches, lobotomies and magic mercury potions: the earliest medicines from both ends of the globe

Memories: 4 Old School Communications Must-Haves of Yesteryear

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By Rachel Kwek. Take a trip down memory lane as we recall these communication must-haves of yesteryear The Pager: These personal radio devices allow users to receive...

The Future of Language

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In our everchanging lexical world, where languages twist and turn, and sometimes bend over backwards or die out to suit trends, cultural changes and technology, the future of the spoken and written word is difficult to predict.

Payphones Through the Years

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With the advent of mobile phones, public payphones have fallen by the wayside. We take a look back at how they have evolved with...