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Nokia and Vodafone New Zealand team up to accelerate network innovation with 5G-Advanced and 6G PDF Imprimare
Joi, 29 Septembrie 2022 11:10

    Nokia today announced it has signed an innovation focused Memorandum of Understanding with Vodafone NZ to collaborate on the development of new applications and services enabled by the capabilities of Nokia’s advanced mobile network technology.

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   The collaborative agreement, which comes as the two organisations celebrate 30 years of partnership in New Zealand, will focus on accelerating the opportunities of Vodafone’s extensive 4G/5G network.The companies will also look to explore the capabilities of 5G-Advanced and 6G networks in the future.


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Fabrica de oxigen pe Marte a MIT se potrivește acum cu producția unui copac mic PDF Imprimare
Luni, 05 Septembrie 2022 10:52

                                  Artist's concept of the Perseverance rover, which has the Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment aboard

     If humans are to one day survive and thrive on Mars, ready access to breathable oxygen will be a necessity, and an interesting technology is beginning to show exciting promise on this front. MIT's Moxie experiment was shipped to the Red Planet aboard the Perseverance rover for the purposes of producing oxygen using CO2, and after a year of testing, has been found to do so reliably at day or night, and across the seasons.
The lunchbox-sized Moxie, which standards for Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment, traveled to Mars aboard the Perseverance rover in 2020. After touching down in the Jezero crater in February of 2021, the unit was soon put to work and around two months later produced its first oxygen, around 5.4 grams (0.2 oz) of the stuff.
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Primul studiu mondial testează implanturile de creier la oameni pentru a opri mâncatul excesiv PDF Imprimare
Luni, 05 Septembrie 2022 10:48

                             After six months of testing, the first two patients in a pilot trial reported promisingly positive results from an implant intended to stop binge eating

  In a first-of-its-kind pilot study, scientists have surgically implanted a device into the brains of two obese subjects suffering from binge-eating disorder. The device was designed to detect and disrupt brain signals associated with binge-eating food cravings, with promising results laying the foundations for a future where implants can control a variety of impulsive behaviors.
In late 2017 a fascinating study was published that suggested certain activity in a brain region called the nucleus accumbens could be linked to harmful impulsive behaviors such as binge-eating. The study demonstrated in mice how a brain implant could, in real-time, detect activity linked to binge-eating impulses, deliver pulses of electricity to block those signals, and subsequently stop the animals from excessive food consumption.
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Turbina eoliană echipată cu pale reciclabile începe să genereze electricitate PDF Imprimare
Miercuri, 10 August 2022 10:56

                 The first wind turbine featuring RecyclableBlades is being tested in operational conditions at the Kaskasi offshore wind farm in the North Sea

   Harvesting wind energy is an important part of the renewables mix, but when those huge turbine blades reach the end of their working lives, they could end up as waste in landfill. Siemens Gamesa has developed a recyclable blade that can be used to create new products when its wind-catching days are done.
  Though other wind turbine components, such as towers and nacelles, can already be recycled, the composite materials used to manufacture the huge blades in commercial wind farm installations have proven more of a challenge, and often a costly one.

  The key to the RecyclableBlades development from Siemens Gamesa is a new epoxy resin system that leverages proprietary Recyclamine technology from project partners Aditya Birla Advanced Materials.


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European Commission and UN to discuss closer cooperation at retreat in New York PDF Imprimare
Luni, 11 Iulie 2022 13:22
    On 7 and 8 July, President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, together with eight members of the College, will participate in a working retreat with the United Nations' Secretary-General António Guterres and other senior UN officials in New York. This first-of-its-kind meeting takes the EU-UN Partnership to the next level in the face of current international challenges.

  The Commission and the UN will discuss the  key challenges facing the multilateral order and priority areas for action in the current international context, in particular Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine. They will discuss how the EU-UN Partnership can help address decisively priority areas such as food security, climate action and protection of biodiversity, the implementation of the Sustainable Developments Goals, and digital cooperation.


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