Pakistani Scientist Designs World’s First Eco-Friendly Aircraft Engine
Pakistani scientist Dr. Sarah Qureshi has developed the world’s first eco-friendly aircraft engine in Pakistan for the global aviation authority. The technological masterpiece is expected to be ready between mid-to-late 2020.
According to Arab News, Dr Sarah has been working on the project since 2018 to eliminate the negative impact of commercial air carriers on the stratosphere that has been contributing to global warming since long.
The scientist claimed that the world aviation authority, in the past, has ignored to develop the eco-friendly technology, rather they focused more on extracting monetary value by building fuel-efficient aircraft engines.
Dr Sarah, while commenting on Elon Musk’s trip to Mars program, said “unless you have a confirmed ticket to the red planet, which does not have a livable atmosphere, Earth is the best bet and must be saved.”
The scientist, being an environmental activist, turned her academic research at Cranfield University, UK, into a save-the-planet to build the world’s first pollution-free jet engine.