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a brooklyn-based startup has come up with a portable e-motor that can be easily attached to any bicycle, instantly transforming it into an e-bike.

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singapore-based coast cycles has unveiled the latest edition in their range of electric bikes, the new buzzraw X series. available in both a 250W and 750W versions, the mini-bike inspired design follows on from the release of its electric urban cruiser a couple of years ago. the X series celebrates a few upgrades on its predecessor however, including full suspension and a quiet cruising drive option.
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Archi-Union Architects has completed a conference centre on Shanghai's West Bund in just 100 days, using robot-assisted design and construction.

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the oh!bike team has been working for more than two years on the design and engineering of the urban electric bicycle, in order to obtain a product that combines aesthetics and functionality with a differentiating design that highlights it’s quality, lightness and ease of use. with bionic technology, oh!bike has a sensor on the pedal that measures the assistance you need and helps you while pedaling. oh!bike is intelligent, measuring the power and cadence you are pedaling and transmits this information to the control, to assist pedaling safely and which is adapted to each circumstance. it is a very easy and intuitive bicycle with a universal box and a very simple interface. a single button allows you to turn on, turn off, change the battery mode and check its loading status.
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the analog motor ‘AM1’ might look and ride like a traditional bicycle, but really it is capable of double the performance in comparison. its ultra-lightweight, minimalist, aluminum framed design is enhanced with a detachable 24V battery that gives riders that extra push, whether they are commuting to work or leisurely cycling through the city.
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A highly reflective sphere has been placed in orbit by a New Zealand-launched rocket.

Akin to a giant “disco ball”, the object should be visible to the naked eye as it sweeps across a twilight sky.

It was lofted by American start-up Rocket Lab, whose Electron boosters operate from the North Island.

The company said its “Humanity Star” was an attempt to create a shared experience for everyone on Planet Earth.

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Animal blood, algae and mushroom mycelium are among some of the unconventional materials used in design this year. Continuing our review of 2017, editorial assistant Gunseli Yalcinkaya selects her top 10.
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