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Compassionate Tools for the Physically Challenged

00:18:20

Compassionate Tools for the Physically Challenged

Today we’ll learn about how technology can help people with disabilities gain or regain part of their physical functionality. Understanding the difficulties encountered by the physically challenged, scientists and engineers have been devoting their hearts and minds to research on ways to help them restore part of their mobility in daily life. They are all thinking big, they are taking risks. There’s a young woman and she’s basically designed and is now manufacturing a car that people in wheelchairs can just drive their wheelchair right into the car and start driving.
Golden Age Technology
2019-07-08   676 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-07-08

Solar-powered Cars: An Earth-Saving Technology

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Solar-powered Cars: An Earth-Saving Technology

Our car, the Lightyear One, will be a statement car. You can drive on the power of the Sun. Lightyear One can constantly replenish its power using the Sun, and travel up to 800km (about 500 miles) on solar power alone, depending on the battery configuration. The car has an even longer range in sunny climates, going for days without charging when tested in such conditions. And the Lightyear One can power more than just its motors – it comes with a charging port just like a regular household power socket, and when parked, can be used to provide free solar electric power for household.
Golden Age Technology
2019-07-03   1133 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-07-03

Technology for a Peaceful World: GANS by the Keshe Foundation, Part 3 of 3

00:16:51

Technology for a Peaceful World: GANS by the Keshe Foundation, Part 3 of 3

The essence of it is that the technology has the ability to enforce peace, as it can render all fighting vehicles useless. That’s not the direction that the Foundation wants to go, but peace is important for this world, and it’s time for peace. And we need as a society to recognize the importance of peace, because when we have peace, then we open a door. We open a door where a whole new universe becomes available to us. We have the ability to interact with our galactic family and friends. We have technologies that are beyond our imagination, and we evolve in ways that we should have evolved years ago when these opportunities presented themselves.
Golden Age Technology
2019-06-05   2517 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-06-05

Technology for a Peaceful World: GANS by the Keshe Foundation, Part 2 of 3

00:19:37

Technology for a Peaceful World: GANS by the Keshe Foundation, Part 2 of 3

The Keshe Foundation conducts extensive research in how GANS materials can help relieve pain, improve health, and increase food production. I do a lot of research in the agricultural part in Mexico. And I have been using this in the food production of my garden. Your will see the plant grow bigger and they produce more fruits and vegetables. They become more healthy and more tasty. This is part of my research where I have increased the yield almost twice in the production, and the plants also grow up to three times bigger than the normal size when I do the application.
Golden Age Technology
2019-06-03   3071 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-06-03

Technology for a Peaceful World: GANS by the Keshe Foundation, Part 1 of 3

00:17:33

Technology for a Peaceful World: GANS by the Keshe Foundation, Part 1 of 3

The Keshe Foundation is conducting research into new technologies that could benefit the future of our planet. The technology will be what I call a “game changer” in a lot of different areas; human health is one of the bigger areas. The body and the materials that are used in the Foundation are working in harmony with each other to balance each other out. So, the fields from our body and the fields from the material work in a symbiotic relationship. So, what you see is that if somebody has, for example, let’s say pain in their arm, the products and the technology that’s available can balance the fields of the body such that the pain no longer exists and healing can take place.
Golden Age Technology
2019-05-29   2663 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-05-29

The Bright Future of Solar Energy: Interview with Professor Martin Green, Part 3 of 3

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The Bright Future of Solar Energy: Interview with Professor Martin Green, Part 3 of 3

What is the future of global sustainable power? Professor Martin Green believes the prospects look very bright indeed! So, yeah, it’s an interesting future. You know, even things like producing iron, you can do it using electricity as a source, but it’s been more expensive than traditional blast furnaces and so no. But if electricity’s free, it changes the whole equation. So, a very exciting year that we are entering into, as the world switches from its dependence upon fossil fuels to something more sustainable, namely wind and solar.
Golden Age Technology
2019-05-08   2666 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-05-08

The Bright Future of Solar Energy: Interview with Professor Martin Green, Part 2 of 3

00:12:51

The Bright Future of Solar Energy: Interview with Professor Martin Green, Part 2 of 3

Internationally renowned for his advancements in solar energy, Professor Green is known as the “father of photovoltaics.” As technology advances, solar energy is becoming more and more efficient. How long will it be before solar becomes our major source of energy? It’s going to happen very quickly in Australia. So, I have just come from South Australia. But it’s expected by 2024, they’ll be generating more energy from solar than the grids are going to be able to use. So that’s going to be some type of turning point.
Golden Age Technology
2019-05-01   3057 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-05-01

The Bright Future of Solar Energy: Interview with Professor Martin Green, Part 1 of 3

00:13:48

The Bright Future of Solar Energy: Interview with Professor Martin Green, Part 1 of 3

Where will we get our power in the future? And what are the best sources of renewable energy? Professor Martin Green, the “father of photovoltaics” shares his insights on these questions. I see solar and wind, and I think most of the electricity companies here in Australia would see solar being their main source of electricity generation over the coming decades. So, they have no interest in building any more coal-fired plants in Australia, because it’s too expensive and the solar is going to become even cheaper. Internationally renowned for his work in improving solar energy, his group has held the world record for achieving the highest efficiency in silicon soar cells for 30 of the past 34 years.
Golden Age Technology
2019-04-29   2892 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-04-29

NERA: The Fully 3D-Printed E-Motorbike’s Debut

00:17:33

NERA: The Fully 3D-Printed E-Motorbike’s Debut

The vehicle is powered by an electric motor which is embedded in the rear rim. The rims, airless tires, seat and frame are 3D printed. The electrical components incorporated into the motorcycle are the only parts that are not 3D printed. With no need for air, the tires remove the issue of tire punctures that riders of conventional motorcycles face. This bike and our other prototypes push the limits of engineering creativity and will reshape [additive manufacturing] technology as we know it.
Golden Age Technology
2019-03-27   1989 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-03-27

Young Inventors in the Golden Era, Part 2 of 2

00:16:54

Young Inventors in the Golden Era, Part 2 of 2

Today’s program features Shoushi Bakarian, a Syrian-Armenian refugee undergraduate student living in Canada, who invented Ventus, a device that is capable of cooling the cabin air of many models of Cessna airplanes while providing a power source for charging hand-held devices. The unit’s microgenerator produces about 5 volts, 2.0 amps of renewable energy, which can charge electronic gadgets such as GPS devices, navigational aids, smartphones, and tablets.
Golden Age Technology
2019-03-06   1934 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-03-06

Young Inventors in the Golden Era, Part 1 of 2

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Young Inventors in the Golden Era, Part 1 of 2

Rishab Jain, an 8th grade student at Stoller Middle School in Portland, Oregon, wins America’s “Top Young Scientist” award, for inventing a device that facilitates the diagnosis and treatment of pancreatic cancer. Rishab’s Pancreatic Cancer Deep Learning System tool helps doctors detect the pancreas more accurately, with a 98.9% success rate.
Golden Age Technology
2019-02-27   1891 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-02-27

Saving Animal Lives on Roads with Innovative Technologies

00:15:54

Saving Animal Lives on Roads with Innovative Technologies

An example of roadway protection for animals enabled by technology is the roadside animal-detection system, which consists of motion sensors designed to perceive large animals such as deer, elk, moose, and bear. After sensing such animals, the system puts up warning signs such as flashing lights or electronic messages hundreds of meters or a few kilometers around the detected site, giving drivers time to slow down.
Golden Age Technology
2019-01-30   2026 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-01-30

Audi Unveils First Vegan Electric Sports Car

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Audi Unveils First Vegan Electric Sports Car

It’s fast, it’s efficient, it is beautiful, and best of all, it is all vegan. Audi has recently announced it will begin manufacturing the e-tron GT, the first vegan electric sports car. Audi is particularly excited about the model, which the company believes could be one of the most exciting electric vehicles in history. The e-tron GT will feature very fast charging. The battery system can be replenished from nearly 0% to 80% in only 20 minutes. One of the most impressive features of the car is its vegan-friendly interior. The cabin is made from a mix of synthetic and recycled materials.
Golden Age Technology
2019-01-23   2045 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-01-23

Robots Serve Vegan Food: Technology Brings Joy, Part 2 of 2

00:11:43

Robots Serve Vegan Food: Technology Brings Joy, Part 2 of 2

Let’s find out how international tourists and local patrons react when they first see a robot serving vegan food in a restaurant. “I like to come here because there is a robot and there are many very tasty dishes here.” “I think it’s very exciting. We don’t have things like this back in Finland. You should come here and experience it yourself.” “It’s very high tech. I’ve never had a robot deliver my food before.” “Customers are very interested in these robots and so are the kids.”
Golden Age Technology
2019-01-04   2167 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-01-04

Robots Serve Vegan Food: Technology Brings Joy, Part 1 of 2

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Robots Serve Vegan Food: Technology Brings Joy, Part 1 of 2

In restaurant the Kang Nam Tofu House, a “vegan friendly” Korean restaurant in a strip mall in Milpitas, Californian, U.S.A., a robot will help your server bring the food to your table. The restaurant was the first in the world to use robots, which were designed not to replace human servers, but to act as assistants. These robots are the 6th generation of its kind with their functions varying from autonomous navigation; automatic obstacle avoidance, voice recognition and conversation to playing advertisements and automatic dish delivering capabilities.
Golden Age Technology
2019-01-03   1996 Views
Golden Age Technology
2019-01-03

Earth-Saving Stone Paper with Zero Waste, Part 2 of 2

00:16:11

Earth-Saving Stone Paper with Zero Waste, Part 2 of 2

Another essential feature of the stone paper is its higher resistance to tearing compared to regular pulp paper. This makes it ideal for packing, and for replacing the traditional pulp-based paper bags, which can’t carry much weight and can be reused very few times. These improved bags made of stone paper can be used at trade shows, supermarkets and department stores instead of tree-based paper or plastic bags.
Golden Age Technology
2018-12-19   2027 Views
Golden Age Technology
2018-12-19

Earth-Saving Stone Paper with Zero Waste, Part 1 of 2

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Earth-Saving Stone Paper with Zero Waste, Part 1 of 2

Can you imagine a paper made of stone instead of trees? Stone paper is made of stone particles and non-toxic resin. It produces zero waste and requires no water during its production, and has a much smaller carbon footprint compared to traditional tree-based papers. Stone paper was firstly launched to the market in 2008. Currently, stone paper accounts for 1% of all paper sales globally. When compared with regular pulp paper, stone paper is superior in several ways. For example, it is completely waterproof and has higher resistance to tearing.
Golden Age Technology
2018-12-12   2024 Views
Golden Age Technology
2018-12-12

Discovering Mars: Exploration, Habitability and other Revelations, part 2 of 2

00:20:08

Discovering Mars: Exploration, Habitability and other Revelations, part 2 of 2

Mars has an underground lake beneath the polar cap. And the Curiosity rover has discovered complex organic molecules on Mars. Organic molecules are considered the building blocks of life. Another sensational discovery on Mars is the methane gas that has been detected in the Martian atmosphere. The source of methane could be either geological or most excitingly, biological. SpaceX is planning to send the first crewed spaceships to Mars as soon as in 2024.
Golden Age Technology
2018-12-05   1976 Views
Golden Age Technology
2018-12-05

Discovering Mars: Exploration, Habitability and other Revelations, part 1 of 2

00:21:02

Discovering Mars: Exploration, Habitability and other Revelations, part 1 of 2

One possible area for life and human habitats are underground Martian caves. A series of seven openings have been spotted by the Mars Odyssey orbiter. These openings are around 100 to 300 meters wide and could be entrances that lead to underground cave systems 100 meters beneath the surface. Supreme Master Ching Hai once said:” The mass extinction happened 40 million years ago. There were survivors, the first survivors were about 2 million people. And now they have about 5 million, 8 hundred thousand. They live underground.”
Golden Age Technology
2018-11-28   2019 Views
Golden Age Technology
2018-11-28

Transcending the Limits of Microchip Fabrication:Extreme UV Lithography, Part 2 of 2

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Transcending the Limits of Microchip Fabrication:Extreme UV Lithography, Part 2 of 2

In the coming years, the application of microchips will continue to expand, the demand for chips will also continue to grow. However, the traditional 193 nm lithography has reached its limit and must be replaced with its 13.5 nm EUV counterpart. It is generally agreed that EUV lithography is the most difficult technology to perfect in the history of the semiconductor industry — so challenging that it is comparable to NASA’s Moon landing project.
Golden Age Technology
2018-11-03   1934 Views
Golden Age Technology
2018-11-03
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