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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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Unused Energy, an Easy Fuel for NFTs

Unused Energy, an Easy Fuel for NFTs

Summary: Researchers from Cornell Engineering have discovered that underutilised solar, wind, and hydroelectric electricity in the United States might sustain the exponential rise of transactions involving non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Fengqi You are the corresponding author of "Climate Concerns and the Future of Non-Fungible Tokens: Leveraging Environmental Benefits of the Ethereum Merge," which appeared in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on July 10. You are the...
Clean, sustainable fuel produced from plastic garbage

Clean, sustainable fuel produced from plastic garbage

Summary: Researchers have shown how carbon dioxide from industrial operations or even straight from the air can be gathered and converted into sustainable, clean fuels using only solar energy. The University of Cambridge researchers created a solar-powered reactor that transforms collected CO 2  and plastic waste into renewable fuels and other useful chemical compounds. In experiments, CO 2  was transformed into syngas, an essential component of sustainable liquid fuels, and plastic...
Researchers create a cancer vaccine that will both treat and prevent brain cancer.

Researchers create a cancer vaccine that will both treat and prevent brain cancer.

Summary: Researchers are using a novel technique to transform cancer cells into effective anti-cancer medicines. Researchers have created a new cell therapy approach to eliminate established tumours and induce long-term immunity, training the immune system to prevent cancer from recurring, in the most recent research from the lab of Khalid Shah, MS, PhD, at Brigham and Women's Hospital, a founding member of the Mass General Brigham healthcare system. A sophisticated mouse model of the...
AI discovers flora's hidden characteristics to aid save species

AI discovers flora's hidden characteristics to aid save species

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

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

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...
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Today In History

Here are some interesting facts ih history happened on 25 April.

  1. President Benjamin Harrison visits San Francisco.
  2. New York becomes 1st state requiring license plates for cars
  3. United Nations Conference starts.
  4. Robert Noyce granted a patent for the integrated circuit.