The race to put a human being on the Moon culminated with the Apollo 11 mission and Neil Armstrong.
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He Liang spent nearly a decade modifying the suitcase into a motor-driven vehicle. The 'suitcase-scooter' has a top speed of up to 20km/h and the power capacity to travel up to 50-60km after one charge.
A revolutionary toilet fueled by the sun that is being developed to help some of the 2.5 billion people around the world lacking safe and sustainable sanitation would be unveiled in India this month.
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For more than two decades, Anil Gupta has scoured rural India for its hidden innovations, motivated by the belief that the most powerful ideas for fighting poverty and hardship won't come from corporate research labs, but from ordinary people struggling to survive.