Timon Singh

 

Timon Singh is a graduate of Liverpool University where he received a degree in Social and Economic History.

He is currently an online editor who has previously worked for BBC Magazines and written extensively on a wide range of subjects including cinema, global infrastructure, renewable energy, transportation and even his dog.

He currently resides in Bristol, UK.

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SolarBuzz Reports That UK Large-Scale Solar Photovoltaics Grew by 600% in 2013

SolarBuzz Reports That UK Large-Scale Solar Photovoltaics Grew by 600% in 2013

A new report from SolarBuzz shows that large-scale solar PV installations in the UK have grown by an incredible 600% during the past 12 months, driving the UK to a record 1.45 GW of new solar PV

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Scientists Discover Older Trees are Better at Absorbing Carbon

Scientists Discover Older Trees are Better at Absorbing Carbon

Redwood Trees photo from Shutterstock A team of researchers from the University of Melbourne has discovered that old trees are better at storing carbon dioxide than young trees. The study

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University of Michigan Reports That Cars are the Most Inefficient Form of Transportation

University of Michigan Reports That Cars are the Most Inefficient Form of Transportation

You'd be mistaken for thinking that due to their size and power, commercial jets would be inefficient when it comes to fuel consumption. However, according to a new report from the University of

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White House and US Scientists Tackle Climate Change Dismissal Over Polar Vortex

White House and US Scientists Tackle Climate Change Dismissal Over Polar Vortex

Ever since the 'Polar Vortex' hit the East Coast, certain 'fair and balanced' outlets have used it as an excuse to claim that climate change is a made-up liberal conspiracy. In order to tackle

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The iBAPS Smart Bike Creates a “Safety Zone” to Prevent Bicycle Accidents

The iBAPS Smart Bike Creates a “Safety Zone” to Prevent Bicycle Accidents

In the United States, two people are killed every day in cycling-related accidents. In a bid to save lives while still encouraging more people to take up two-wheeled transportation, students at

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Food Trucks are Rapidly Replacing Traditional Fast Food Outlets in the U.S.

Food Trucks are Rapidly Replacing Traditional Fast Food Outlets in the U.S.

You may have noticed that an increasing number of food trucks are appearing at events, public parks and in city centers across the United States, giving people a wider range of lunch options.

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Studies Prove that Desk Plants Can Improve Worker Concentration and Productivity

Studies Prove that Desk Plants Can Improve Worker Concentration and Productivity

It's well known that having plants in a room can make it more highly oxygenated and more pleasant to work in. But research teams from Norway and America believe that plants are even more

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Four Years of Extreme Weather has Killed Thousands of UK Barn Owls

Four Years of Extreme Weather has Killed Thousands of UK Barn Owls

Conservationists say that there are now fewer than 1,000 breeding pairs of barn owls left in the UK after four years of extreme weather such as freezing winters and wet summers. Thousands of the

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Life Box: An Air-Droppable Pop-Up Recovery Shelter For Victims Of Natural Disasters

Life Box: An Air-Droppable Pop-Up Recovery Shelter For Victims Of Natural Disasters

Life Box is an air-droppable, rapid-response emergency shelter that can be quickly inflated to provide housing for four people. The Red Dot Award-winning shelter contains supplies to provide

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Squirrels Were Introduced to U.S. Parks to “Maintain People’s Health and Sanity”

Squirrels Were Introduced to U.S. Parks to “Maintain People’s Health and Sanity”

"SQUIRREL!" Have you ever wondered why parks and other urban green spaces are filled with squirrels? Well, Etienne Benson, an assistant professor in Penn’s Department of History and Sociology

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China’s Air Pollution is So Bad it Can Be Seen from Outer Space

China’s Air Pollution is So Bad it Can Be Seen from Outer Space

We are all used to see pictures of Beijing and Shanghai blanked by pollution and smog, but now NASA's Terra satellite has taken pictures of a massive haze that is over 750 miles long and

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Scientists Believe the Yellowstone Park Supervolcano is 250% Larger Than Previously Thought

Scientists Believe the Yellowstone Park Supervolcano is 250% Larger Than Previously Thought

Yellowstone photo from Shutterstock By now most people know that Yellowstone National Park lies on top of a massive supervolcano which has the potential to unleash a planet-altering eruption.

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Venturi Automobiles Unite to Launch the World’s First Electric Racing Series

Leonardo DiCaprio and Venturi Automobiles Unite to Launch the World’s First Electric Racing Series

Leonardo DiCaprio has long been an advocate of environmental ventures - and he just teamed up with Venturi Automobiles to launch the world's first electric vehicle racing series. If all goes as

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U.S. Solar PV Generation Increased by a Whopping 83% in 2012

U.S. Solar PV Generation Increased by a Whopping 83% in 2012

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) just released the 2012 Renewable Energy Data Book on behalf of the Energy Department’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy - and

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Company Seeks to Turn Volcano Emissions Into a Renewable Source of Fuel

Company Seeks to Turn Volcano Emissions Into a Renewable Source of Fuel

Volcano photo from Shutterstock Carbon Recycling International specializes in capturing CO2 from industrial emissions and converting it into Renewable Methanol (RM), a fuel which can be

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University Of Liverpool is Developing Natural-Looking 3D Printed Skin

University Of Liverpool is Developing Natural-Looking 3D Printed Skin

A team from the University of Liverpool believe they are close to developing a synthetic skin that can not only be produced on a 3D printer, but can be matched to a specific person based on

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IDIOT TREND ALERT: People are Now Jumping on and Riding Sharks!

IDIOT TREND ALERT: People are Now Jumping on and Riding Sharks!

Image via Shark Attack News Back in February, Honolulu-based conservationist Ocean Ramsey made headlines around the world when she video recorded herself hitching a lift with a Great White

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Underwater Volcanic Eruption Creates a New Island in the Pacific Ocean

Underwater Volcanic Eruption Creates a New Island in the Pacific Ocean

An eruption just south of Japan in the Pacific Ocean has created a new island comprised of black volcanic tephra. The latest addition to the Ring of Fire region, known as Nishino-shima, is only

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Scientists Could Develop 3D-Printed Hearts Within 10 Years

Scientists Could Develop 3D-Printed Hearts Within 10 Years

There is a revolution underway, but it has nothing to do with politics. Stuart Williams, a researcher from the Cardiovascular Innovation Institute, believes that advances in 3D-printing could

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DLR’s MicroSurge Robotic Surgeon Operates on Beating Human Hearts

DLR’s MicroSurge Robotic Surgeon Operates on Beating Human Hearts

Would you let a robot operate on your beating heart? The DLR Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics in Germany has developed a system called MicroSurge that is capable of minimally invasive

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The SeaOrbiter: Futuristic Marine Research Vessel Launches CrowdFunding Campaign

The SeaOrbiter: Futuristic Marine Research Vessel Launches CrowdFunding Campaign

A few years ago, there were rumors that a futuristic oceanographic marine vessel would be constructed with the sole aim of exploring the world's oceans. Known as The SeaOrbiter, it would serve

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Russia Develops World’s First Floating Nuclear Power Plant, The Akademik Lomonosov

Russia Develops World’s First Floating Nuclear Power Plant, The Akademik Lomonosov

Russia has announced that the world's first floating nuclear plant will be online by 2019. Shipping corporation LLC Baltiysky Zavod Shipbuilding and the state nuclear power company Rosenergoatom

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Man Creates £140 a Scoop Glow-in-the-Dark Ice Cream Using Synthesized Jellyfish Luminescence

Man Creates £140 a Scoop Glow-in-the-Dark Ice Cream Using Synthesized Jellyfish Luminescence

Fed up with the likes of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ice cream? An experimental entrepreneur from Bristol (in the UK) has developed a whole range of uniquely flavored ice-cream for

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University Of Twente Develops a Hard Drive that Stores Info for Over One Million Years!

University Of Twente Develops a Hard Drive that Stores Info for Over One Million Years!

A team from the University of Twente has devised a hard drive that can store data long after the human race has ceased to exist. The team, led by Jeroen de Vries from the university's MESA+

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KWK Promes’ Ultra Secure House Protects Against the Zombie Apocalypse

KWK Promes’ Ultra Secure House Protects Against the Zombie Apocalypse

The house is actually designed by architecture firm KWK Promes and is located in Warsaw, Poland. The owners wanted a residence with maximum security, and the architects essentially developed

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Utah State University Develops an E-Bus That Charges at Each Stop

Utah State University Develops an E-Bus That Charges at Each Stop

Utah State University has tested a first-of-its-kind electric bus that is capable of charging itself through wireless induction technology. Dubbed 'the Aggie Bus', the e-bus uses a high-power,

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Volvo is Developing a Wireless Inductive Charging Pad for Electric Vehicles

Volvo is Developing a Wireless Inductive Charging Pad for Electric Vehicles

Swedish automaker Volvo just announced that it's working on a wireless inductive charger for electric vehicles. The charging pad is able to wireless charge any EV that parks above it using an

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World’s Most Isolated Tree in Nigeria Knocked Down by a Drunk Driver

World’s Most Isolated Tree in Nigeria Knocked Down by a Drunk Driver

For decades, an acacia tree in the Nigerian Sahara served as a lone landmark in a deserted landscape. It was reported to be the only tree for 250 miles and was used as a marker by Tuareg

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German Scientists Believe Straw Could be Used to Power Millions of Homes

German Scientists Believe Straw Could be Used to Power Millions of Homes

Scientists from the Thueringian Regional Institute for Agriculture, the German Biomass Research Center, and the Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research have concluded that common straw could

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Awesome All-Electric Batpod Motorcycle is Up for Sale on eBay!

Awesome All-Electric Batpod Motorcycle is Up for Sale on eBay!

Have you ever wondered where Batman gets his wonderful toys - and wished that you could buy them yourself? Well, you don't need the budget of a reclusive billionaire to buy your own

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