Here is a summary of current scientific news.
Battery pioneer Akira Yoshino on the future of Tesla, Apple and Electric
Akira Yoshino, a chemist who won the 2019 Nobel Prize for his work on lithium-ion batteries, could borrow money for the turmoil in the automotive and technology industries. Lithium-ion batteries provide the first intense competition in a century for the transport of fossil fuels and combustion engines. Yashino, an honorary associate of Asahi Kassie, a Japanese chemical company that has now operated for 50 years, shares more lithium battery technology and sees more disruption as transportation and digital technology become one industry.
Mexico City generates solar power to clean historic canal-era canals
Mexican scientists have created a unique “nanobubble” system to improve water quality in the canal of the Xochimilco Ecological Zone in Mexico City, a popular tourist attraction. Officials in Mexico City are still proud of canals, including the long-polluted Xochimilco water, the UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Aztec era, one of the few areas of the capital.
Thailand is developing a robotic system to squeeze out more vaccines
As Thailand battles the worst coronavirus epidemic so far, researchers in the country have developed a machine to make COVID-19 vaccines more effective and to deliver less than expected. Using the robotic arm, researchers at the University of Chulalongkorn, which developed the automated system at the university’s vaccination center on Monday, said the AstraZeneca vaccine could take up to 12 minutes in five minutes.
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