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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New Study Reveals European Forests Have Reached ‘Carbon Saturation’ Point

New Study Reveals European Forests Have Reached ‘Carbon Saturation’ Point

Photo via Shutterstock A new study from European scientists reveals that European forests are showing signs of reaching a saturation point, and that since 2005, the amount of atmospheric

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China Installs World’s Highest Wind Farm in the Mountains Of Tibet

China Installs World’s Highest Wind Farm in the Mountains Of Tibet

China just solidified its position as a leader in renewable energy by installing the world's highest wind farm! To accomplish the feat, Chinese energy developer Longyuan Power installed five

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French Team Construct a Cool Catamaran Out of Recycled Plastic Bottles

French Team Construct a Cool Catamaran Out of Recycled Plastic Bottles

Each year the french city of Saint-Victor-sur-Loire hosts a popular raft race that draws visitors from around the region. However one team, Open Sources, decided to put a green spin on their

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TU Delft Developing a Network Of 20,000 Weather Stations to Track Climate Change in Africa

TU Delft Developing a Network Of 20,000 Weather Stations to Track Climate Change in Africa

Photo via Shutterstock The Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands is working with Africa Gathering to roll out a network of 20,000 affordable weather stations through the

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Researchers Develop New Oil Spill Cleanup System Inspired by Cactus Needles

Researchers Develop New Oil Spill Cleanup System Inspired by Cactus Needles

A team of researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have looked to nature for inspiration in their new oil spill clean-up system. The new technique is inspired by prickly cacti and, if

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ARPA-E Launches $30M Initiative to Develop Solar Power That Works at Night

ARPA-E Launches $30M Initiative to Develop Solar Power That Works at Night

The Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) just announced that it is spending up to $30 million on a new program that will develop a cost-effective way to

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Giant Pendulums Could Save Japanese Skyscrapers During Earthquakes

Giant Pendulums Could Save Japanese Skyscrapers During Earthquakes

While small earthquakes are relatively common in Japan, the country is always preparing for the potential of a devastating large-scale event. As a result, curious, innovative technologies often

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Great Scott! Back To The Future LEGO DeLorean Time Machine Hits Store Shelves

Great Scott! Back To The Future LEGO DeLorean Time Machine Hits Store Shelves

Back to the Future fans rejoice, for LEGO just released the souped-up time traveling DeLorean from the 1985 sci-fi classic. For $35, you can get your very own DeLorean time machine along with

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Chinese Scientists Grow False Teeth From Human Urine

Chinese Scientists Grow False Teeth From Human Urine

Over the years scientists have made false teeth from a variety of materials - from cuspids crafted out of animal bone to chompers made from wood and gold. However a group of Chinese scientists

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Colorado State Study Shows Beavers Build Natural Carbon Storage Shelters

Colorado State Study Shows Beavers Build Natural Carbon Storage Shelters

Beaver photo from Shutterstock A team of researchers from Colorado State University has discovered that when it comes to carbon capture and storage, we can learn a lot from nature's best

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NASA Seeks Congressional Support for Near-Earth Asteroid Mining Initiative

NASA Seeks Congressional Support for Near-Earth Asteroid Mining Initiative

Asteroid mining has long been proposed as a way to source and extract precious metals and rare minerals that are rapidly running out here on Earth. Although the concept seems like science

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Centre For Alternative Technology Shows That a Zero Carbon Britain is Possible by 2030

Centre For Alternative Technology Shows That a Zero Carbon Britain is Possible by 2030

The UK's Centre for Alternative Technology just released a new report showing that a Zero Carbon Britain is possible by the year 2030. The report states that the decarbonization of the UK could

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Picturesque Lagoon Dyed Black to Stop Swimmers From Taking a Dip in Toxic Water

Picturesque Lagoon Dyed Black to Stop Swimmers From Taking a Dip in Toxic Water

A picturesque lagoon in Buxton, England has been dyed black in an attempt to discourage swimmers who might be drawn in by its beauty, only to expose themselves to the dangerous chemicals, "car

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47 Evacuated After Natural Gas Drilling Rig Blows Out in Gulf of Mexico

47 Evacuated After Natural Gas Drilling Rig Blows Out in Gulf of Mexico

Just yesterday a drilling rig off the Lousiana coast suffered a blowout and caught fire, leading to the evacuation of 47 workers. Unlike the 2010 Deepwater Horizon fiasco, this rig was not

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Peru to Provide Free Solar Power to its 2 Million Poorest Citizens

Peru to Provide Free Solar Power to its 2 Million Poorest Citizens

The country of Peru is looking to provide free electricity to over 2 million of its poorest citizens by harvesting energy from the sun. Energy and Mining Minister Jorge Merino said that the

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700-Ton Historic Swiss Railway Station Moved 108 Feet to Make Way For New Track

700-Ton Historic Swiss Railway Station Moved 108 Feet to Make Way For New Track

When new roads or railways are constructed, any buildings standing in their way are usually demolished. However in Chêne-Bourg, Switzerland, local authorities were reluctant to knock down a

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Giant Chrome T-Rex Skeleton Rises on the Banks of the River Seine

Giant Chrome T-Rex Skeleton Rises on the Banks of the River Seine

Paris is famed for its art - after all, it's home to the Louvre and works such as the Mona Lisa. But you know what the city has always lacked? A four-meter-tall Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton. That

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Air-Breathing SABRE Rocket Could Allow Aircrafts to Cruise at Five Times the Speed of Sound

Air-Breathing SABRE Rocket Could Allow Aircrafts to Cruise at Five Times the Speed of Sound

Reaction Engines, a UK-based company, has been given $90.6 million by the government to produce an air-breathing engine that, if successful, would allow aircraft to go directly into space and

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US and Chinese Climate Scientists Predict an Ice-Free Arctic by 2058

US and Chinese Climate Scientists Predict an Ice-Free Arctic by 2058

Photo via Shutterstock Using a new climate simulation tool, a team of US and Chinese climate scientists have predicted that the Arctic will ice-free by 2058. Their research was published in

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The World’s Largest Building Opens in China, Complete with Fake Mediterranean Village and Indoor Beach

The World’s Largest Building Opens in China, Complete with Fake Mediterranean Village and Indoor Beach

The New Century Global Center is located in Chengdu, which is the capital of the Sichuan province in southwestern China. The building, which opened this week, will play host to a wide range of

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Environmentalists Scale Europe’s Tallest Building to Protest Arctic Oil And Gas Drilling

Environmentalists Scale Europe’s Tallest Building to Protest Arctic Oil And Gas Drilling

Six protesters from Greenpeace have climbed the tallest building in Europe - The Shard in London - as part of a campaign to highlight the dangers of drilling for oil and gas in the Arctic. The

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NASA’s Solar-Powered Polar Explorer Passes Sub-Zero Field Tests in Greenland

NASA’s Solar-Powered Polar Explorer Passes Sub-Zero Field Tests in Greenland

NASA's autonomous polar rover, the GROVER, has completed its initial tests in Greenland, coping with some of the harshest environments on the planet. GROVER, which stands for both Greenland

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Rolling Rosphere Robot Can Travel Over Virtually Any Terrain

Rolling Rosphere Robot Can Travel Over Virtually Any Terrain

A team at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid in Spain has designed and developed a rolling spherical robot that could be used in a wide range of outdoor applications - including farming.

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Graeme Obree Looks to Break Human-Powered Speed Record with Bike Made from Recycled Materials

Graeme Obree Looks to Break Human-Powered Speed Record with Bike Made from Recycled Materials

Scottish racing cyclist Graeme Obree has made modifications to his supine recumbent, which is made from recycled materials, in a bid to break the human-powered land speed record. Obree made the

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MAN’s New Concept S Cargo Truck is More Efficient, Larger and Safer

MAN’s New Concept S Cargo Truck is More Efficient, Larger and Safer

Articulated trucks are famously inefficient and can be dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians. The European Commission recently announced plans to change the rules governing the size of trucks

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EADS E-Thrust Electric Airliner Could Transform Air Travel by 2050

EADS E-Thrust Electric Airliner Could Transform Air Travel by 2050

The European aerospace consortium EADS has unveiled its electric airliner, the E-Thrust, which could radically transform commercial aviation by 2050. Developed in partnership with Rolls-Royce to

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The Obama Administration Proposes $8 Billion in Loans for ‘Clean’ Fossil Fuel Technologies

The Obama Administration Proposes $8 Billion in Loans for ‘Clean’ Fossil Fuel Technologies

Coal photo from Shutterstock By now, Inhabitat readers know that 'clean coal' is a contradiction of terms. However, as part of President Obama's new energy initiative, the U.S. Department of

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Eternal Reefs Can Turn Your Remains Into a Habitat for Marine Life

Eternal Reefs Can Turn Your Remains Into a Habitat for Marine Life

Everyone knows that cremation is bad for the environment, and there are always more sustainable options for your funeral—such as liquidation or being frozen in liquid nitrogen.

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German Researchers Create a Robo-Ape for Work in Space

German Researchers Create a Robo-Ape for Work in Space

The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence has created a robotic system based on an ape that aims to improve the locomotion and mobility characteristics of robots. It is the latest

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Solar Powered Patrol Vessel Launches Next Year to Protect The Great Barrier Reef

Solar Powered Patrol Vessel Launches Next Year to Protect The Great Barrier Reef

Incat Crowther and Marine Engineering Consultants (MEC) recently announced plans to construct a 24 meter long-range Catamaran Patrol Vessel that will be used to protect the Great Barrier Reef

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