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Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech, By Nick Lavars

With plastic waste turning up everywhere from Arctic snowfall to Antarctic sea ice, and the world's tallest mountain in between, we're seeing more researchers shift their gaze toward the potential impacts on human health.

Article Image News Link • Global, by Brian Wang

Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) announced it has closed on more than $1.8 billion in Series B funding to commercialize fusion energy. This money will be used construct, commission, and operate SPARC, the world's first commercially relevant net en

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"Norway is a big ocean and maritime nation… the project demonstrates how we have developed a world-leading innovation that contributes to the green transition and provides great export opportunities for Norwegian technology and industry," state

Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech, By Michael Irving

Researchers at the University of Arizona have developed an ultra-thin device that permanently bonds onto bones, and beams data out wirelessly. The breakthrough could allow doctors to monitor the health of a patient's bones over time, or how well th

Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech, By TESS CUNNINGHAM

Lesson in joyful, smiling courage! Teacher Kath who lost all four limbs to sepsis and was clinging to life has made an astonishing return to the classroom thanks to the bionic technology that's out of this world