Tags : Australia

Australian researchers generate solar power at night

Australian scientists have had a major breakthrough in solar technology by producing electricity when the sun isn’t shining. A group of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) researchers have done the impossible by capturing the sun’s energy at night by harnessing the Earth’s own infrared thermal radiation.  The group from the School of Photovoltaic […]...Read More

Drones to plant 100 Million trees by 2024

AirSeed Technology, an Australian start-up is planning to plant 100 million trees by 2024 using an army of seed-firing drones. The firm is using artificial intelligence to find areas in need of some trees and firing seed pods from the sky. CEO and co-founder of AirSeed Technology said, “Each of our drones can plant over […]...Read More

This family’s pet will shock you too

An Australian family has made a highly feared eight-legged creature their domesticated pet. Summer Stolarcyk took to social media to display the spider residing at the Gray family home for the past year. She wrote, “Her name is Charlotte, (huntsman spider) she’s a welcomed member of the Gray family in Australia, Charlotte loves going from […]...Read More

Cinema at Grocery: FilMe, a disruptor in Entertainment Industry  

TheBrew interviewed Dr. Abhishek Shukla, the founder and CEO of an innovative international OTT platform, FilMe. FilMe is an Australian-born global brand, which aims to disrupt the current entertainment distribution. A brainchild of Dr. Abhishek Shukla, FilMe is a cool retail product that lets you watch movies directly to your smartphone with no internet, no […]...Read More

Captain Cook’s Ship has been found as per experts

As per Australian investigators, Captain Cook’s ship has been found and the discovery is a historical moment.  The Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) stated in a wreck in Newport Harbour, off Rhode Island in the US, was Captain James Cook’s HMS Endeavour. The British-built ship first set out from Plymouth in England, going on to […]...Read More

A new study reports people will soon lose over 1500 languages

CANBERRA: 1,500 languages could die out by 2100, according to a new study. The research by Australian National University (ANU) found that of the world’s 7,000 recognised languages, around half are currently endangered – with 1,500, particularly at risk. “We found that without immediate intervention, language loss could triple in the next 40 years. And […]...Read More