3D printed houses in just 48 hours

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by Esteban Tejedor

Posted on June 15, 2020

3D printed houses in just 48 hours

The construction of 3D printed houses has been trying to take off for several years, but is still in an initial stage. However, a company in the Czech Republic, Prvok od Burinky, has presented an ecological, solid and stylish house that can be built in up to 48 hours, around seven times faster and costing half as much as a brick house. With three rooms and a living area of 43 square meters, the house will be built layer by layer using a reused robot arm from the automotive industry…

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Hydrogen trains getting ready in Germany to combat pollution

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by Esteban Tejedor

Posted on June 12, 2020

Hydrogen trains getting ready in Germany to combat pollution

During a year and a half, two passenger locomotives with a battery that transforms hydrogen and oxygen into electricity have been tested successfully…

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Planting 1 billion trees with a drone in Canada... and beyond

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by Esteban Tejedor

Posted on June 8, 2020

Planting 1 billion trees with a drone in Canada... and beyond

Plants are essential to reduce pollution and curb global warming, as they absorb carbon. To plant a tree, we usually use sacks and shovels. However, technology allows now to do it 10 times faster and 20% cheaper. How? Using drones! A Canadian startup is reforesting a forest in Toronto with 40,000 pine and fir trees after a fire…

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A Norwegian village with sunlight thanks to three huge mirrors

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by Esteban Tejedor

Posted on May 28, 2020

A Norwegian village with sunlight thanks to three huge mirrors

Did you know that vitamin D keeps depression away and regulate circadian sleep cycles? The biggest natural resource of such vitamin is natural lighting. However, there are places on our planet where people receive very few hours of sunlight, especially in certain seasons. In a remote Norwegian town called Rjukan, people live without light for six months a year! The reason, the shadow of the mountains surrounding their deep valley do not let the sun light the streets…

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A new high-resolution robotic eye wired to the optic nerve

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by Esteban Tejedor

Posted on May 21, 2020

A new high-resolution robotic eye wired to the optic nerve

A group of researchers from the University of Hong Kong (China) have managed to create the most accurate artificial replica that exists of a human eye. The prosthesis is completely autonomous, works with solar energy and replicates the retina of the human eye with a viewing angle of 100º (only 30º less than a real human eye)…

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Using artificial intelligence to save coral reefs

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by Esteban Tejedor

Posted on May 13, 2020

Using artificial intelligence to save coral reefs

CORaiL, an artificial intelligence-based solution to monitor, classify and analyse the resistance of coral reefs is currently being developed by Intel, Accenture and the Sulubaaï Environmental Foundation. Coral reefs are one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, with more than 800 coral species providing habitat and refuge for approximately 25% of the world's marine life…

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Antibody that attacks coronavirus discovered in Japan

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by Esteban Tejedor

Posted on May 11, 2020

Antibody that attacks coronavirus discovered in Japan

A team of researchers from the University of Kitasato, one of the most prestigious in the field of research in Japan, together with the biotechnology company Epsilon Molecular Engineering and the commercial firm Kao, dedicated to medical and cosmetic research, have announced the discovery that the VHH antibody has the potential to suppress and neutralise the coronavirus, and therefore could be used for therapy against Covid-19. The communication with which the group has announced its discovery …

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Achieved partial recovery of vision in blind mice

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by Esteban Tejedor

Posted on April 27, 2020

Achieved partial recovery of vision in blind mice

A study, published in the journal Nature, shows the partial restoration of vision in blind mice using a method that chemically generates new photoreceptors, the cells responsible for converting light into nerve impulses that the brain transforms into images. Experts hope to move therapy to humans in 2-3 years. The method consists of chemically reprogramming dermal fibroblasts (a type of cell that serves to maintain the structure between tissues and heal wounds) to photoreceptor cells similar t…

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You have many options for doing sports at home

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by Esteban Tejedor

Posted on April 25, 2020

You have many options for doing sports at home

Are you wondering how you can keep fit without leaving your home? Have you been granted the gift of time? Here is a small selection of YouTube channels to exercise, so you can make use of that time for a healthy purpose!   Popsugar Fitness A body and mental training channel that stands out for its varied training routines, as well as weekly training plans and health tips…

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Quantum computing can now operate at 15 times higher temperatures, saving millions of euros for their implementation

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by Esteban Tejedor

Posted on April 17, 2020

Quantum computing can now operate at 15 times higher temperatures, saving millions of euros for their implementation

Quantum computers, that use quantum-mechanical phenomena to perform computation, have the potential to revolutionise computation by making certain types of classically intractable problems solvable…

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