Brazil Sees Record Power Demand amid Nationwide Heatwave
TEHRAN (ANA)- Brazil is seeing skyrocketing demand for electricity amid a nationwide extreme heatwave, the National Electric System Operator said, with power demand in the national grid reaching 101.5 gigawatts, 0.5 percent higher than the previous record.
Iranian Company Offers New Method to Treat Refinery Spent Caustic
TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers at of one of the knowledge-based companies in Iran implemented a pilot project to neutralize the spent caustic from refineries that contains polluting contaminants, and according to them, the obtained water after treatment meets the environmental standards.
Scientists Develop Energy-Saving AI Chip
TEHRAN (ANA)- A computer scientist at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has developed an AI-ready architecture that is twice as powerful as comparable in-memory computing approaches.
Namibia Launches First Seed Bank for Biodiversity Protection
TEHRAN (ANA)- Namibia has launched its first Community Seed Bank in Kavango West, one of the country's 14 regions, to safeguard local seed varieties to promote biodiversity and ensure food security, the Environment Investment Fund (EIF), an environmental fund of Namibia, said.
IAU Researchers Discover New Fish Food Supplement
TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers at a knowledge-based company based in Islamic Azad University (IAU) Varamin branch near Iran's capital city of Tehran have produced a fish food supplement, saying that the research conducted on the product showed positive results for the growth of the fish.
Virtual Meetings Tire People Because We Do Them Wrong
TEHRAN (ANA)- Earlier studies suggested that fatigue from virtual meetings stems from mental overload, but a new research from Aalto University shows that sleepiness during virtual meetings might actually be a result of mental underload and boredom.