Tim Berners-Lee made the first proposal for a World Wide Web on March 12, 1989

On March 12, 1989, the English computer scientist who invented the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee sent a document to his colleagues at CERN titled “Information Management: A Proposal”. This proposal concerned the management of general information about the particle accelerators and experiments at The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). In the proposal, …

AI Successfully Controls Plasma in Nuclear Fusion Experiment. Are we finally close to the Fusion Power?

To keep Earth from dangerous ongoing global warming, the world is looking for an energy source without CO2 emissions. There is actually a dream candidate: successfully achieving nuclear fusion holds the promise of delivering a limitless, sustainable source of clean energy.

Scientists are building digital twins of the ocean

Before the term “digital twin” was first used twenty years ago (see notes 1), engineers at NASA were already developing ground-based replicas of spacecraft infrastructure. Today’s manufacturers are also seeing double, taking advantage of digital duplicates to better understand and predict product performance. Now the European Union (EU) scientists are looking to apply the same …

How Injection Molding Will Help Drive The Electric Vehicle Revolution?

When it comes to contemporary production, plastic has become an essential component. The developments in plastic injection molding technology have made the design and production process quicker, more predictable, and more accurate, therefore boosting plastics’ utility and application potential. The versatility, quality, durability, corrosion resistance, dimensional repeatability, and affordability of plastic components make them the …

Making a Positive Impact: How Tech is Helping Us Restore Our Planet

The intensive development of information technologies in the modern world affects almost all spheres of human life. In this regard, humanity is faced with the beginning of a new phase of its development – a global information society. Such change, in turn, provides for the implementation of certain transformations in the economic, social, political, legal, …

Quasicrystals and Their Real-World Applications: Exploring the Exotic New Family of Materials

Quasicrystals are among the newest and most exciting discoveries in the wider field of materials physics – but to date, many aspects of their exotic physical properties remain entirely unexplored. Since soon after their initial discovery, Dr. Zbigniew Stadnik at the University of Ottawa has made important contributions to our understanding of quasicrystals, including their …

The Role of Metaverse in Revolutionizing Medical Education

According to health professionals, the Covid-19 pandemic age might benefit from the use of the metaverse, a combination of virtual and real-world space. An expansion of the metaverse’s experience is needed so that its users can realize the need for medical education. The prefix “meta,” which refers to the virtual world, plus the suffix “verse,” …

Digital technologies like SHARECITY can reduce food waste

Food waste has reached colossal proportions and the magnitude of the problem requires equally massive resources with the potential to supply sustainable answers. What better than the dynamic digital databases and advanced analytics we literally have access to “at our fingertips”. By Susan Langthorp

The Environmental Impact of Electric Cars

As more companies develop electric vehicles (EVs), controversy has grown over whether they are better for the environment than gas-run vehicles. Although some experts disagree, most have concluded that electric cars are better for the environment. Here’s the nitty-gritty of how electric cars really impact the environment.