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Legacy Survey of Space and Time Camera

Scientists could be one step closer to understanding some of the biggest mysteries of the universe as the world’s largest digital camera makes its way to the Vera C. Rubin Observatory in Chile. Nearly six years in the making, the camera is the nerve center of the Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST), a 10-year initiative to provide the “widest, fastest and deepest views of the night sky ever observed.” The goal? Gain knowledge about everything from dark matter to the Milky Way.


Like many a nightclub, SWG3 in Glasgow can get really hot as crowds move and groove. Rather than let all of that body heat go to waste, the Scottish venue will soon be converting it into renewable energy that can heat and cool the entertainment and arts complex. As hot air rises, a geothermal system will capture and store body heat up to 200 meters (656 feet) underground for days, weeks or even months.

Waldkliniken Rehab Hospital Campus

The team behind Germany’s largest orthopedic hospital is out to transform the patient experience. Forget all the sterile design with fluorescent lighting—and the dreaded hospital food. After 10 years of development, project leaders unveiled Waldkliniken Eisenberg in 2020, a €68 million resort-like facility in the Thuringian Forest where “the patient is the guest,” said Italian architect Matteo Thun

Mayflower Autonomous Ship

Inspired by a voyage from centuries ago, marine researchers and climate scientists teamed with tech titans like IBM to showcase how crewless vessels can help protect and preserve oceans. The goal of the US$1.3 million Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) project? Spark a new era of ocean research that will help scientists analyze information more efficiently.

“We wanted to build something that could create information—using edge computing—from vast amounts of data that it gets, send that information back and drive the cost down,” says Brett Phaneuf, project director and ProMare co-founder. “That way we could sort of democratize ocean and climate science, because we can give these tools away for free. And then anybody can build a ship.”

Ola Futurefactory

As green tech and climate-conscious business models electrify the auto industry, Bengaluru e-mobility startup Ola Electric Mobility is working to build its own electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem—sans two of the wheels. The AI-powered Ola Futurefactory, now under construction at a 500-acre (202-hectare) site in Tamil Nadu, India, will use 10 production lines to produce 10 million Ola electric scooters annually. That’s one scooter every 2 seconds.

Ain Dubai

There’s certainly no shortage of eye-popping architecture in Dubai. And now a record-smashing attraction provides spectacular 360-degree views of it all. Billed as the world’s tallest observation wheel, Ain Dubai opened in October—just in time for the start of Expo Dubai 2020 and its expected throngs of visitors.