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Land sinking is associated with the extraction of subterranean resources and fast urbanisation, according to InSAR, a method for mapping ground deformation that uses radar images of the Earth’s surface taken from orbiting satellites.
Researchers at HKU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering have developed a rechargeable aqueous battery with a magnesium metal anode which opens a new direction for the development of post-lithium-ion batteries.
The utility, which has been integrated into the Danang Smart City app, allows the municipal Emergency Centre, the Health Department and residents to monitor the operation of ambulances.
The Philippines is keen to promote collaboration focused on government, public, and private sector projects to establish an enabling ICT environment; it has introduced the Digital Cities 2025 Programme and Digital Governance Awards.
RMIT University researchers, in collaboration with CSIRO, used supercomputers to develop an ultra-fast way to screen hundreds of potential molecules that could make suitable electrolytes for lithium-metal batteries.