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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Low-Cost Robot Worker ‘Baxter’ Could Change the Face of US Manufacturing

Low-Cost Robot Worker ‘Baxter’ Could Change the Face of US Manufacturing

Rethink Robotics have created a new android that they believe could stop industrial manufacturing jobs from going overseas. The Boston-based company has created a revolutionary humanoid robot

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Siemens To Reduce Its US Wind Energy Taskforce By 38% Over Concerns About Federal Tax Credit

Siemens To Reduce Its US Wind Energy Taskforce By 38% Over Concerns About Federal Tax Credit

Photo via Shutterstock Wind turbine producer Siemens has announced that it will reduce its US wind energy workforce by 38% due to adverse market conditions caused by the uncertain future of

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UK Politicians Call For Ban On Arctic Drilling Due To Safety Concerns

UK Politicians Call For Ban On Arctic Drilling Due To Safety Concerns

The UK’s Environmental Audit Committee has released a report titled “Protecting the Arctic” in which Members of Parliament call for a halt on oil drilling in the region until

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Cambridge Team Develops Way to Print Lasers Onto Any Surface Using Everyday Inkjet Technology

Cambridge Team Develops Way to Print Lasers Onto Any Surface Using Everyday Inkjet Technology

A team of scientists from Cambridge University has found a way to print lasers onto virtually any surface using everyday inkjet technology. The UK-based team hopes that their breakthrough will

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Climate Change: What the Presidential Candidates Don’t Want to Talk About This Election

Climate Change: What the Presidential Candidates Don’t Want to Talk About This Election

When it comes to climate change, everyone knows that the US is a deeply divided country -- particularly with respect to the science behind the theory. Despite evidence from multiple independent,

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US National Snow and Ice Data Center Reports Arctic Sea Ice Falls to New Record Low

US National Snow and Ice Data Center Reports Arctic Sea Ice Falls to New Record Low

Back in August, the US National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC)) reported that over 900 cubic kilometers of summer sea ice had disappeared from the Arctic ocean over the past year. At the time,

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The $8500 Havana Tsunami Survival Pod Can Withstand 6 Tons of Debris!

The $8500 Havana Tsunami Survival Pod Can Withstand 6 Tons of Debris!

Australian shipbuilder Matt Duncan was so affected by the Japanese earthquake and tsunami that he put his engineering skills to use and designed a Tsunami Survival Pod capable of withstanding

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Dow Agrosciences to Use Agent Orange-Modified Corn in Battle Against Superweeds

Dow Agrosciences to Use Agent Orange-Modified Corn in Battle Against Superweeds

US pharmaceutical company Dow Agrosciences wants to fight superweeds with corn that has been genetically modified to incorporate a component of the Vietnam war defoliant Agent Orange. It is a

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Study Finds Broken iPhones Have Cost the US $5.9 Billion

Study Finds Broken iPhones Have Cost the US $5.9 Billion

The iPhone is undoubtedly a beautiful piece of industrial design - but poll the masses on what happens when you drop one and you'll see thousands of shattered screens. While a shattered phone

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Large-Scale Sierra Nevada Clean-Up Sees 90,000 Pounds of Trash Collected

Large-Scale Sierra Nevada Clean-Up Sees 90,000 Pounds of Trash Collected

This year during the Great Sierra River Clean-up, over 2,500 volunteers banded together to collect discarded junk and rubbish that made its way on to the picturesque California landscape.

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City University London’s giCentre Visualizes 10 Million Bike Trips in a Blaze of Blue Light

City University London’s giCentre Visualizes 10 Million Bike Trips in a Blaze of Blue Light

City University London's giCentre, which is part of the City Collaborative Transport Hub, has created several visualizations that show the behavior and route preference patterns of the

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ICEdot Bicycle Helmet Automatically Calls for Help When it Detects a Crash

ICEdot Bicycle Helmet Automatically Calls for Help When it Detects a Crash

If you're a cyclist, you know that even wearing a helmet doesn't keep you completely safe from the perils of the road. With that in mind, ICEdot has created the ICE (In Case of Emergency) Crash

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144,000 Offshore Wind Turbines Could Power the Entire East Coast of the United States

144,000 Offshore Wind Turbines Could Power the Entire East Coast of the United States

Recent reports have shown that it's possible to power the entire world with wind power, but scientists at Standford University conducted a more focused study that delivered the first-ever

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NASA is Working on a Real-Life Star Trek Warp Drive

NASA is Working on a Real-Life Star Trek Warp Drive

Warp drive – or travel at speeds faster than light – has long been one of the cornerstones of science fiction, however top NASA scientist Dr. Harold “Sonny” White

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Construction Starts on Wallasea Island – Europe’s Largest Man Made Nature Reserve

Construction Starts on Wallasea Island – Europe’s Largest Man Made Nature Reserve

Construction just began on the The Wallasea Island Wild Coast project, which is set to be Europe's largest man-made nature reserve! The massive scheme currently under construction in Essex, UK,

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Overfishing Leaves North Sea With Just 100 Adult Cod; European Think Tank Proposes Five Year Fishing Ban

Overfishing Leaves North Sea With Just 100 Adult Cod; European Think Tank Proposes Five Year Fishing Ban

The issues of overfishing and rapidly decreasing fish stocks have raised alarm for many years, but now it looks like things have reached a tipping point in the North Sea. According to a new

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South Korean Scientists Create Laser-Based Injection System to Replace Hypodermic Needles

South Korean Scientists Create Laser-Based Injection System to Replace Hypodermic Needles

It's fair to say that no-one likes receiving injections, yet for foreign travelers, children requiring immunizations, and flu shots, needles are an unfortunate necessity. However a team of

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Soundscapes of Smog Lets You Hear the Pollution of US Cities

Soundscapes of Smog Lets You Hear the Pollution of US Cities

Southern California is notorious for its smog, but just a few hundred miles away in the High Sierras, the air is much cleaner. To demonstrate the difference, researchers Aaron Reuben and Gabriel

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Nature Conservancy Builds Huge Artificial Bat Cave in Tennessee to Protect Bats from Disease

Nature Conservancy Builds Huge Artificial Bat Cave in Tennessee to Protect Bats from Disease

Flying Fox Colony Photo via Shutterstock A disease known as white-nose syndrome (WNS) is decimating bat populations in the US, and in an effort to combat the epidemic, The Nature Conservancy

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Earthquake-Proof ‘Wood Luck’ Bed Protects You From Falling Buildings While You Sleep

Earthquake-Proof ‘Wood Luck’ Bed Protects You From Falling Buildings While You Sleep

Many experts suggest that the safest way to ride out an earthquake is to stand in a doorway or hide under a table to protect yourself from falling debris. However a Japanese company, Shinko

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Cannondale’s Chainless CERV Concept Bike Transforms as You Ride It!

Cannondale’s Chainless CERV Concept Bike Transforms as You Ride It!

Priority Designs and Cannondale have joined forces to create a cutting-edge concept bike that transforms to change shape as you ride it! Known as the Continuously Ergonomic Race Vehicle (CERV),

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Scientists Predict That Food Riots Will Grip The Planet Within A Year

Scientists Predict That Food Riots Will Grip The Planet Within A Year

A few years ago, Sir John Beddington, the UK government's chief scientific advisor stated that with the world's population growing, food supplies diminishing, and water supplies becoming more

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Russian University Team Edges Closer to Cloning a Woolly Mammoth

Russian University Team Edges Closer to Cloning a Woolly Mammoth

Earlier in the year, we reported that South Korean and Russian scientists were working together to clone a woolly mammoth from bone marrow found in well-preserved remains in the thawed

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DARPA’s Mule-like Robotic Squad Support System (LS3) Can Carry Up To 400 Pounds!

DARPA’s Mule-like Robotic Squad Support System (LS3) Can Carry Up To 400 Pounds!

DARPA are experts as creating robots, such as the Cheetah, which can reportedly run faster than Usain Bolt. This week, the defense research agency unveiled their two robotic 'pack mule'

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Himalayan Sherpas Concerned That Glacial Studies Aren’t Focusing On the Real Threats

Himalayan Sherpas Concerned That Glacial Studies Aren’t Focusing On the Real Threats

Global warming has caused a number of effects on the Himalayan mountain range, such as retreating glaciers and warming temperatures, but the region's Sherpas have said they are angry with

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UK’s National Nuclear Laboratory to Transform Waste Plutonium into Batteries for Spacecraft

UK’s National Nuclear Laboratory to Transform Waste Plutonium into Batteries for Spacecraft

The problem with nuclear energy has always been the radioactive waste that it produces. However the UK's National Nuclear Laboratory has decided to take a large store of waste plutonium at the

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Death Valley is Officially the Hottest Place on Planet Earth!

Death Valley is Officially the Hottest Place on Planet Earth!

This summer saw mercury climb to over 100 degrees in New York City, but even if you thought that was hot, it's nothing compared to the summer of 1913 in Death Valley. According to the World

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Tech Company Intel Predicts Zero-Energy Computing by 2020

Tech Company Intel Predicts Zero-Energy Computing by 2020

Over the years, modern computers and gadgets have required less energy inputs as they have been designed to conserve energy and be more efficient. Now computing firm Intel has announced at the

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Canadian Scientists Use Scotch Tape To Turn Semiconductors into Superconductors

Canadian Scientists Use Scotch Tape To Turn Semiconductors into Superconductors

A team from the University of Toronto has developed a new technique that transforms semiconductors into superconductors using the most simple of products -- Scotch tape. The international team

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216 MPH Electric KillaJoule Motorcycle Shatters World Land Speed Record!

216 MPH Electric KillaJoule Motorcycle Shatters World Land Speed Record!

A graduate student from the University of Denver just shattered a world speed record by hitting an astounding 216 MPH on her home-built “KillaJoule” electric motorcycle during the

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