Dear investors, we would like to bring to your attention another review of the string transport news, among which the reprint of the CNN news service report "This Futuristic Transport Will Help Cities Solve Transportation Challenges" on the features and advantages of string technologies over existing and future developments and their role in solving global transport problems is still popular. This time, a travel trade news network and an information platform travelandtourworld.com has reported about string transport.
The website of the American aggregator Green Energy Times with the mission to advance the opportunities at the intersection of business, technology and sustainability, has a link to the well-known publication “Cities Must Consider Flexible Transit Options Before The Next Pandemic — Here’s One Answer From UST” posted on cleantechnica.com (USA) - # 1 site in the world that specializes in analytics, renewable energy, electric vehicles and other green projects. It is good news that additional advertising will allow even more people around the world to learn about the string technologies.
We have already talked about several international publications, about the future of humanity and ways to mitigate the consequences of catastrophic changes occurring on the planet during global warming. Another similar article, dedicated to the opportunities that open with the use of string technologies in the fight against climate change, has appeared on the Thai Internet resource dailygizmo.tv.
No sooner had Nick Webster's article "Sharjah sky pods inventor looks to low-cost space journeys next", which we recently introduced you to, been published than publications on its basis had already begun, for example, this one on the movs.world resource.
At the end of today's issue, we are pleased to share with you a link to the professional social network personal page of Hussain Al Mahmoudi, CEO of the Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park, which speaks eloquently for itself:
We hope that it not only seems to us, and indeed there are more and more publications that do not require comments. Therefore, today's release of the digest is a confirmation of the classic's thought that theory becomes a material force as soon as it takes possession of the masses, and our project is already close to this stage!
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