A boy of 12 years, the youngest university student in Mexico

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by Belén Gázquez

Posted on August 7, 2018


A boy of 12 years, the youngest university student in Mexico

With the amazement and energy of a child but with the maturity and responsibility of an adult, Carlos Santamaría will study in one of the most prestigious universities in Latin America. With only 12 years old, this child will study biomedical physics at the UNAM. When Carlos Santamaría goes out to play like the other kids his age, few imagine that his IQ is so high that he will start a university career this week

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Sweden opens the first electric road that charges your vehicle while driving

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by Marina Morgó

Posted on August 7, 2018


Sweden opens the first electric road that charges your vehicle while driving

Sweden has inaugurated the first section of an electric road designed to recharge the battery of zero-emission cars. The project, called eRoadArlanda, consists of a two-kilometer stretch of a road near Stockholm that connects the Arlanda airport and a logistics center outside the capital and where rails have been installed on the asphalt. Also, battery vehicles that have been tested have a mobile arm to connect to the track

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They create a plastic bag that dissolves in water and does not contaminate

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by Belén Gázquez

Posted on August 6, 2018


They create a plastic bag that dissolves in water and does not contaminate

Researchers at the Chilean company "SoluBag" have created water-soluble plastic bags that do not harm the environment. The innovation does not contain the harmful petroleum derivatives of ordinary plastic, which here have been replaced by derivatives of a non-polluting limestone. It is a product developed with a material similar to plastic, but which disappears when it comes into contact with water

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At last! The dolphins of the Barcelona Zoo will be transferred to a sanctuary

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on August 3, 2018


At last! The dolphins of the Barcelona Zoo will be transferred to a sanctuary

This was ruled by the City Council of the Catalan city after a strong complaint from the Foundation for Advice and Action in Defense of Animals, with great support in social networks. #AdeuDelfinari - goodbye dolphinarium, in Catalan - was the campaign slogan used by the Foundation for Advice and Action in Defense of Animals (FAADA) to ensure that the 6 dolphins that were in the Barcelona Zoo were finally transferred to a sanctuary, where they will spend the rest of their lives

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Found a lake 20 kilometres long under the ice of Mars

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by Belén Gázquez

Posted on August 2, 2018


Found a lake 20 kilometres long under the ice of Mars

The finding came after a year-long search, led by a group of Italian scientists. The salt water mass is hidden in the south pole of the red planet. After years of the expedition in search of water, the European Mars Express probe seems to have paid off

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Laurent Simons, the Belgian boy who will start university at age 8

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on August 1, 2018


Laurent Simons, the Belgian boy who will start university at age 8

At age 8, he received his high school diploma and made the difference. At first glance, he seems common among the thousands of students who graduate in schools around the world

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In Amsterdam they make shoes with recycled gum from the street

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 31, 2018


In Amsterdam they make shoes with recycled gum from the street

It is a very difficult and costly waste to dispose of, but Gumbudy seems to have found the solution. Chewing gums end up on the floor as often as cigarette butts. Both highly polluting, are waste of difficult and expensive elimination

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India promotes the subject of Happiness in schools thanks to the Dalai Lama

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 30, 2018


India promotes the subject of Happiness in schools thanks to the Dalai Lama

In the schools of New Delhi, 45 minutes will be devoted to games, meditation and debates around this concept. The Dalai Lama presented the "curriculum of happiness", a subject for schools in New Delhi (India) that aims to bring the search for joy to the classroom and make young people develop skills such as empathy or self-awareness. The new discipline, which will not have exams or notes, will incorporate into the school day 45 minutes of games, reflections, meditation and group discussions ab…

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Prepare to observe the total longer eclipse of the century Moon

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 27, 2018


Prepare to observe the total longer eclipse of the century Moon

BLOOD MOON Tonight, Friday July 27th, when the moon comes out we will see a reddish color, is what is known as "Blood Moon", because our satellite crosses the shadow cast by the Earth, resulting in a total eclipse of the Moon. It will also be the longest of the 21st century, with a duration of 103 minutes in its entirety

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Grandparents' Day: Google pays tribute to them with their doodle.

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 26, 2018


Grandparents' Day: Google pays tribute to them with their doodle.

On 26th July, the "Grandfather's Day" is celebrated in many countries. The celebration has religious motives. The Catholic Church commemorates San Joaquín and Santa Ana, parents of the Virgin Mary, and grandparents of Jesus. Therefore, today, Google pays tribute to these special people such as grandparents with their Doodle.Grandparents are that kind of people who love you above all things, and who are there to help you when you need it

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