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GM to open a plant for electric cars only

The American concern General Motors will open a factory where only cars with electric engines will be assembled. This is reported by the Electrek portal. The existing General Motors assembly centre Detroit-Hamtramk will be re-equipped for the new plant. It will be called Factory ZERO, which should...

WHO: Popular drugs used for COVID-19 are almost useless

The commercially available drugs remdesivir, lopinavir, hydroxychloroquine and interferon have almost no effect on patient mortality in the treatment of COVID-19, writes the Financial Times with reference to the World Health Organization (WHO). During the study, experts from the organization tested...

Unexplained Illness In Participant Forces J&J To Pause Its Last Phase Trials Of Its Covid-19 Vaccine

Clinical trials for its Covid-19 vaccine candidate had been temporarily stopped after one of the volunteers participating in the trial complained of unexplained illness, Johnson & Johnson said on Monday. This move now puts on hold the final phase of trials for one of the highest profile efforts...

Adobe Installs AI Tool Into Marketing Systems

Adobe’s new feature makes marketing recommendation job easier. Adobe Inc has informed about the inclusion of its “new set of artificial intelligence tools” inside its “digital marketing software” in an attempt to help the company to improve its “marketing campaigns”.   Applications like...

Germany sets to create a floating launch pad in the North Sea

The German Federation of Industrialists has proposed building a launch pad for the launch of small spacecraft in the country. The corresponding proposal was sent by the industrialists to state departments, including the ministries of economy and defense, at the end of summer, writes Defense News....

Number of 5G users hits 5M in Beijing

Number of users of next-generation 5G networks in Beijing has reached 5.06 million, the city communications department said. The official commercial operation of these networks began in the city last year. As of the end of August, a total of 44,000 5G base stations were in operation in Beijing....

Airbus introduces zero-emission hydrogen aircraft

European aerospace concern Airbus has unveiled three concepts for the world's first zero-emission passenger aircraft. Flights of the new airliner may begin as early as 2035, the company said. The aircraft is based on the use of hydrogen as the main source of energy. Airbus believes that hydrogen...

Tesla Unveils New Supercharger Update As Fast Charging Feature

The new feature will enable Tesla Model 3 to function for “120 kilometres” on a three minutes’ charge. Tesla Inc. managers came out with the demonstration of a “new supercharger equipment” which was carried out in a research campus in Berlin. This step was taken to “attract potential buyers” who...

Moon Resources Mined By Private Companies Will Now Be Bought By NASA

 The United States space agency NASA will now buy rocks, dirt and other lunar materials from companies as it launched steps to pay such companies that can mine resources on the moon. Analysts see this move by NASA as a strategy to encourage private companies to extract the most desirable...

Samsung to build the world's largest pharmaceutical plant for $2B

South Korea's Samsung continues to expand its pharmaceutical business, investing nearly $ 2 billion in a drug manufacturing plant that is set to become the largest of its kind in the world when completed in 2022. According to The Wall Street Journal, the company is betting on the further growth of...
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