Students create a battery-powered personal helicopter

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It may not look like the jetpack science fiction has taught you to imagine, but you might soon have the power to glide gracefully over the landscape in your own personal flying machine . A team of students from the National University of Singapore have created a one-person helicopter capable of carrying one pilot weighing up to 70 kg (154 lbs) for five minutes. Read the rest of Students create a battery-powered personal helicopter

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Rare sea snakes, thought to be extinct, discovered in Western Australia

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Two rare species of sea snakes , thought to have been extinct, have been sighted by scientists in Western Australia. Neither species, whose only known habitats were a pair of reefs in the Timor Sea, has been seen since 2002. “This discovery is really exciting. We get another chance to protect these two endemic Western Australian sea snake species,” says Blanche D’Anastasi, lead author of the report about the find. Read the rest of Rare sea snakes, thought to be extinct, discovered in Western Australia

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Light-filled Shenzhen Art Museum and Library protects against solar heat gain

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