A new US Infrastructure law has made the installation of backdoor vehicle kill switch mandatory by the year 2026. For automobiles constructed after 2026, the decision about whether or not a vehicle can be operated will be made by an algorithm on which the car's proprietor or driver has no understanding or influence.
The first ever individual to tweet a message addressing the world with just the use of his thought and no other muscle is an Australian man who suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
Nikhil Srivastava, an Indian computer scientist and math genius has solved a 62-year-old problem with his team and won a top US prize. He worked with his two friends Daniel Spielman (Sterling Professor of Computer Science, a professor of statistics and data science, and a professor of mathematics) and Adam Marcus (the Chair of Combinatorial Analysis at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland). It took him 5 years to find out the solution to the Kadison-Singer problem which arose in 1959 and remained unsolved for 62 years.
The use of microchip implants on the hand that record COVID certificate status is being advocated for by a Swedish biohacker who also advocates for human augmentation. The implanted chip could be accessed even from a cell phone that has the ability to display a digital COVID certificate.
Most of us have seen dogs tilt their heads in adorable and curious ways and wondered why they tilt their heads. As per a study published in October 2021 in the journal Animal Connections, it may be a sign of increased focus. In a previous study, researchers asked dog owners to put toys in a room and tell their dogs to fetch specific toys by name. Unfortunately, dogs could not do this even after 3  months of training, but still they were labeled as Gifted World Learner dogs.
On June 8, 2017, research published in the journal Current Biology showed a lot more interesting things about fetuses. According to the research, babies have more advanced vision capabilities during 3rd trimester and babies can select what they want to see or look at.
Almost 80 research papers by DRDO scientists have been flagged for ‘image manipulation’. An anonymous commenter on the online platform PubPeer which is used by scientists to voice their concerns on research papers that have undergone scrutiny, flagged the papers.
Owing to their environment-friendly attributes and high efficiency in the electricity generation, Fuel cells are gaining popularity for Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV) production, such as forklifts, automobiles, airplanes and buses. However, one of the challenges that the industry is facing regarding the mass-production and large-scale application of FCVs is the high cost involved in producing fuel cell catalysts.
Researchers at the University of Toronto have done some research on our ability to sense threats. As per the study this response is an evolutionary trait and it is passed from one generation to the next. This trait helps humans to identify the potential danger quickly. 
At the University of Waterloo, researchers have discovered extremely ancient carbon residue in the world's oldest ruby, some 2.5 billion-year-old. The study concluded that some of the world's oldest rubies are linked to ancient life.