Roxana is a freelance journalist, social media manager, and translator living in Berlin, Germany. She studied Economics, European Studies, Political Science and Communication in Münster, Germany, and Cluj Napoca, Romania. In her free time, she enjoys exploring new cultures and learning new languages.
Cycling prevents enormous amounts of greenhouse gas emissions, as bicycles generate about 10 times fewer greenhouse gases than individual motorized transport. But what if we could do even better, and ride smog-cleaning bicycles that sucks up polluted air?
One of the reasons electric cars are still not very widespread is that they can take hours to charge. But that may soon change: researchers at Pennsylvania State University have developed a new lithium-ion battery that charges in as little as 10 minutes.