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Mohammad Gheibi Appointed as CEO of TULTECH

We are excited to announce that Mohammad Gheibi has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Talent Under Liberty in Technology (TULTECH), effective immediately.

With his extensive experience in research and development, coupled with his visionary leadership, Mohammad Gheibi is well-positioned to lead TULTECH into its next phase of growth and innovation.

Please join us in congratulating Mohammad on his new role and wishing him success in his endeavours as CEO of TULTECH.

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Completion of Workshop on Water Recling Simulation and Modelling: Unlocking the Future of Water Management
Completion of Workshop on Water Recling Simulation and Modelling: Unlocking the Future of Water Management

19 March, 2024 by Charlotte Lee

We are thrilled to announce the successful...

IJITIS Journal Meeting and SWOT Analysis at TULTECH
IJITIS Journal Meeting and SWOT Analysis at TULTECH

15 January, 2024 by Charlotte Lee

Greetings, TULTECH community! In our...

A Milestone Meeting for EIL: Shaping the Future of Environmental Industry Letters
A Milestone Meeting for EIL: Shaping the Future of Environmental Industry Letters

15 December, 2023 by Charlotte Lee

Dear TULTECH Community, We are delighted to...

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More than half of the lakes around the world are loosing water

More than half of the lakes around the world are loosing water

Posted on 26 June, 2023 by benyamin chahkandi

Summary: A recent study found that 53 percent of the greatest freshwater lakes on earth are in decline and are now retaining less water than they did thirty years ago. The study measured changes in water levels in roughly 2,000 of the largest lakes and reservoirs in the globe using satellite measurements spanning decades. It was discovered that human consumption, sedimentation, and climate change are to blame . However, the lead author, former CIRES visiting fellow and current climate...
How water pumping change the Earth's surface?

How water pumping change the Earth's surface?

Posted on 28 June, 2023 by benyamin chahkandi

Summary: A recent study found that the Earth tilted about 80 centimeters (31.5 inches) east between 1993 and 2010 due to human activity in extracting water out of the earth and transporting it to other locations. Scientists previously calculated that between 1993 and 2010, humanity pumped 2,150 gigatons of groundwater, or more than 6 millimeters (0.24 inches), of sea level increase, based on climate models. It's challenging to verify that estimate, though. One method involves using...
Creating an Innovative, Solid, Air Working Battery

Creating an Innovative, Solid, Air Working Battery

Posted on 30 June, 2023 by benyamin chahkandi

Summary: Typically, negative electrodes in batteries are made of active materials like metals. Rechargeable metal-air batteries with oxygen-reducing positive electrodes have recently used redox-active organic compounds, such as quinone- and amine-based molecules, as negative electrodes. Here, the redox reactions involve protons and hydroxide ions. These batteries operate well and are almost at their theoretical maximum capacity. Furthermore, using redox-active organic molecules in...
Enhanced 3D vision helped a four-legged robot navigate bumpy terrain

Enhanced 3D vision helped a four-legged robot navigate bumpy terrain

Posted on 3 July, 2023 by benyamin chahkandi

Summary: A novel model has been created by researchers at the University of California, San Diego, that teaches four-legged robots to see in three dimensions more clearly. The development made it possible for a robot to easily and autonomously navigate difficult terrain, including rocky ground, stairways, and paths with gaps.  The scientists will present their findings at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), which will be held in Vancouver, Canada, from June...
AI discovers flora's hidden characteristics to aid save species

AI discovers flora's hidden characteristics to aid save species

Posted on 4 July, 2023 by benyamin chahkandi

Summary:To research and mitigate the effects of climate change on flora, scientists from UNSW and the Sydney Botanic Gardens have trained AI to access data from millions of plant specimens maintained in herbaria around the world. Associate Professor Will Cornwell, the study's principal author, adds that herbarium collections are incredible "time capsules of plant specimens." It's no longer feasible to go through items manually because the National Herbarium of New South Wales alone...
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Today In History

Here are some interesting facts ih history happened on 15 June.

  1. BC Assyrians record total solar eclipse event on clay tablet
  2. King John signs Magna Carta at Runnymede England
  3. Battle of Kossovo; Turks defeat Serbs - Bosnians
  4. Pope threatens to toss Luther out of Catholic Church
  5. NJ established
  6. Ben Franklin's kite is struck by lightning-What a shock
  7. Washington appointed commander-in-chief of American Army
  8. 2 French balloonists die in world's 1st fatal aviation accident
  9. 12th Amendment ratified manner of choosing President & VP
  10. Arkansas becomes 25th state
  11. Goodyear patents vulcanization of rubber
  12. Oregon Treaty signed - setting US-British boundary at 49ø N
  13. SF Water Works organized
  14. Robert E Lee's home area (Arlington Va) turned into a milt cemetery
  15. 1st attempt at motion pictures (used 12 cameras taking 1 picture) done to see if all 4 of a horse's hooves leave the ground
  16. Justin Clark of Corsicana - Tx minors hits 8 home runs in 1 game
  17. General Slocum boat catches fire; over a thousand die
  18. 44 nations meet in 2nd Hague Peace Conference
  19. 1st flight across Atlantic (Alcock & Brown)
  20. Native Americans are proclaimed US citizens
  21. France surrenders to Hitler
  22. American forces begin invasion of Saipan in Pacific
  23. 1st coml electronic computer dedicated Phila
  24. Yanks trade Billy Martin & Ralph Terry for Ryne Duran
  25. Gov Reagan signs liberalized California abortion bill
  26. Soyuz 19 launched
  27. Yankees trade May - Martinez - Pagan - MacGregor & Demsey to Baltimore for Holtzman - Alexander - Grant Jackson - Elrod Henrick & Jim Freeman
  28. Spain's 1st free elections since 1936
  29. Soyuz 29 carries 2 cosmonauts to Salyut 6; they stay 139 days
  30. Riots in Argentina after Falklands/Malvinas defeat
  31. Pravda announces high-level Chernobyl staff fired for stupidity