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This Week in Startups has started doing a mini-series called “Scaling Your Startup.”  If you are serious about starting a startup or already in one, these episodes are packed with information that would take days if not years of research and experience to find. Here is the first episode, I will start posting the rest of the episodes as they come out (though the second episode of these series of videos is already out).

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The drones, from the startup BioCarbon Engineering, can plant as many as 100,000 trees in a single day, leaving the local community to focus on taking care of the young trees that have already started to grow. In September, the company will begin a drone-planting program in the area along with Worldview International Foundation, the nonprofit guiding local tree-planting projects. To date, the organization has worked with villagers to plant an area of 750 hectares, about twice the size of Central Park; the drones will help cover another 250 hectares with 1 million additional trees. Ultimately, the nonprofit hopes to use drones to help plant 1 billion trees in an even larger area.⠀ #drones #droner #dronepilots #dronesforgood #dronegram #dronemusic #droneworld #dronejunkie #dronevideos


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The Busan Harbor Bridge was constructed to a total length of 3,331m, including the 1,114m steel-composite cable-stayed bridge and the connecting road. Two pylons 190 meters in height are installed 540 meters apart to support the bridge deck. As the height from sea level to the bridge is 60 meters, large ships of over 80,000 tons are able to pass under it.

A superior safety level is the pride of Busan Harbor Bridge, which was built using advanced technology and construction methods, such as a first-class earthquake-resistant design, diamond-type pylons, special cables with narrow diameter, and fairing that induces air flow.

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Brixel Drive’. A new type of surface mount kinetic design. Architecture at its finest. 🏙

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Inventor Dahir Semenov devised four variants of an electric flying train that travels at more than 400 miles an hour and could transport up to 2,000 passengers, a futuristic endeavor he said could improve the efficiency of existing public transport. But experts say his ideas, while “optimistic,” aren’t likely to take flight any time soon. The flying vehicle would still travel by rail, albeit several hundred feet off the ground. The ultralight mega-train car is magnetically attached to a current collector, or an electronic arm that anchors the train to the rail as it flies, tilting its wings to smoothly navigate turns, engineering firm Dahir Insaat said. #train #flying #aviation #aviaton #flyingtrain #concept #tech #innovation #innovations


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New concept for novel fire extinguisher in space

A research team in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Toyohashi University of Technology has developed new concept of fire extinguisher optimized for space-use, named Vacuum Extinguish Method (VEM).

VEM is based on the completely “reverse” operation of widely-used fire extinguisher, namely, spraying extinguisher agent(s) into the firing point. VEM is sucking the flame as well as combustion product, even fire source, by vacuum into the vacuum chamber to remove the firing matters from the space of interest. This reverse concept shall be suitable for the special environments that are highly enclosed (such as space vehicles or types of space transportation, submarines, and types of deep sea submersed vehicles) to prevent or suppress spreading the harmful combustion products such as fume, particulate matters, toxic gas component across the entire enclosed cabin. This is especially advantageous for space use, preferable in an extreme vacuum environment. This work is a collaborative research with the Hokkaido and Shinshu Universities. The results of our research were posted on-line in the special issue of Fire Technology; Spacecraft Fire Safety on April 16, 2019.

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Israeli scientists create world’s first 3D-printed heart using human cells

Israeli researchers have created an entire 3D-printed heart made from human cells in what they say is a world first. 

The heart doesn’t beat and is too small for use in people — it’s only about the size of a rabbit’s heart. But the little organ is considered a big advance in the ongoing effort to find new treatments for heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States.

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135. Death Row Restaurant

This might exist by now, but an idea from 2009 just in case it doesn’t. Basically, I think it would be fascinating to see a menu of death row / last meal choices. From full course meals to simply bags of chips and everything in between. This might not be for everyone, but a restaurant that serves full replica “last meals” from famous inmates could make for clever marketing, and there is certainly a demographic out there that would be interested. Perhaps each meal would come with a description of the person who ordered it for context.