BirdWalk makes intelligent backpacks that transform for on-the-go urbanites

May 23, 2016 by  
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BirdWalk is a design studio from Lisbon, Portugal, they are currently launching a carry item named – Tweak. Tweak is an intelligent bag designed and produced by BirdWalk for cosmopolitan people to carry their office essentials and personal belongings. Can

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World’s first 3D-printed electric motorcycle blazes down the road at 50 MPH

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A new electric motorcycle debuted on Friday in Ottobrunn, Germany and it puts predecessors to shame in many categories. The Light Rider was created by APWorks, a subsidiary of Airbus, and it’s a high-tech work of art. The bike has an ultralight 3D-printed frame and a fully electric motor that propel the cycle up to 50 miles per hour. With a strong frame, unique design, and 37-mile range, the Light Rider breaks the mold for two-wheeled transportation and could help usher in a new era of 3D-printed…

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Scientists develop new way to generate electricity via seawater

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As we search for an energy source that doesn’t give off dangerous emissions, scientists from Japan’s Osaka University came a step closer towards obtaining a solar fuel from one of the most abundant resources on Earth: seawater. Through chemical reactions, they were able to collect hydrogen peroxide, H2O2, from seawater, which can be used to generate power in fuel cells. In their recently published paper, the scientists said solar energy is an important alternative to fossil fuels,…

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