MEET Team HyperSciences and other Quarterfinalists at the American-Made Geothermal Manufacturing Prize

In continuation of our recent LinkedIn post on Team HypeSciences’ advancement to the quarterfinals at the Geothermal Manufacturing Award competition, we feel it would be beneficial to briefly revisit the rules and requirements for contest participant’s progression to each of the competition’s four phases. The American-Made Geothermal Manufacturing Prize (Geothermal Prize), sponsored by the U.S. …Read More

Energy Trends and Developments – Highlights, Stats, Takeaways

The world’s energy ecosystem is evolving as we speak, especially considering recent changes to the U.S. Administration, with future policy modifications in the forecast. The most recent “Monthly Energy Review” (MER) from the U.S. Energy Information Administration reports monthly/annually on domestic production and demand statistics, capturing all significant trends in all energy aspects during the …Read More


6 “Non-Power” Benefits of Hydropower Energy

According to the latest data available, renewable energy consumption in the United States is only 11% of total U.S. consumption. However, more notable is that the United States’ renewable energy consumption grew for the fourth year in a row, reaching a record 11.5 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu). The chart published in the Monthly Energy …Read More

The History of Animation Image - IMMIX Productions, Inc.

The History of Animation

The animation is the manipulation of image sequences to create the illusion of movement. Some may argue that animation was first created in 1879 when French engineer Charles-Emile Reynaud projected the first animated film in public. "The History of Animation" is a fascinating look at the way we as humans have expressed our imagination and common interests for thousands of years.

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