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Watch the formation of the universe and Earth in this cool time-lapse video

Each second represents 22 million years<p>In the grand cosmic scale, humanity and our tiny home in the universe are absolutely inconsequential. In a neat time-lapse video from John Boswell, you can watch the formation and growth of the universe from the big bang to now.<p>Boswell, aka melodysheep, has …

The Five Most Amazing Things That Were 3-D-Printed This Year - MIT Technology Review

Additive manufacturing has been hyped for years. But in 2017 much of its promise materialized: 3-D printing took a series of big steps out of the …

Natural Gas

La física cuántica logra proteger una videollamada intercontinental

Gracias a las leyes de la física, <b>la criptografía cuántica garantiza las comunicaciones seguras</b>. Se trata de una tecnología que está ganando cada vez …

La integración hombre-máquina será una realidad en cinco años

La alianza entre hombres y máquinas, esa integración de metal y carne, de algoritmos e imaginación, podría ser una realidad mucho antes de lo que nos …

Cuatro herramientas para hacer Inteligencia Artificial en el 2018

• Apps<br>• Ciencia<p>Con las siguientes herramientas para el desarrollo de la Inteligencia Artificial, estaremos listos para programar ahora que llega el …

AI’s impact on network engineering now and in the future

2017 was the year we saw artificial intelligence take off. Or was it?<p>If nothing else, AI continues to climb the technology hype curve. It was impossible to read the news, browse the web, attend a conference, or even watch television without seeing a reference to how AI is making our lives …

Google AI Can Now More Accurately Sequence Your Genome

Artificial intelligence is being applied to a wide variety of technical challenges, and this is just the latest way in which Google is applying AI to …

Una nueva partícula cuestionaría toda la física actual

Un equipo internacional de científicos de la Organización Europea para la Investigación Nuclear (CERN) encontró indicios de la posible existencia de …

Shining a Light on Dark Matter Halos

Since the 1970’s dark matter and all that comes with it has remained a mystery for scientists. We know it’s there, but proving it has always been …

Sana's smart sleep goggles for insomniacs will be out in 2018

These sleep googles by a company called Sana Health cost a lot more than your typical mask, but it promises peaceful sleep 10 minutes after you put them on. That's because they more than just block the light: they have mechanisms inside that chunky, VR-headset-like frame that give them the power to …

Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Lessons from meditating with the Dalai Lama

<b>(CNN) —</b> For the past two months, I have been a changed man. It is hard to fully describe, except to say my mood is mostly sunny and more patient than usual.<p>In the past, my family and friends would've typically described me as pleasant but hurried. My baseline restlessness and edginess, however, …

Meditation

Bio-inks allow sensors to be drawn onto skin, leaves and other surfaces

You've probably heard about pens with conductive ink, that allow users to draw circuits onto materials such as paper. Now, researchers at the …

Brain activity is too complicated for humans to decipher. Machines can decode it for us.

Why we need artificial intelligence to study our natural intelligence.<p>Over the past several years, Jack Gallant’s neuroscience lab has produced a string of papers that sound absurd.<p>In 2011, the lab showed it was possible to recreate movie clips just from observing the brain activity of people …

Scientists blend photosynthesis and quantum physics to improve solar cells

Four physicists at the University of California, Riverside decided to blend photosynthesis and quantum physics to work towards greener solar cells. …

Quantum Physics

Crean en la Argentina una biompresora que podría usarse para hacer piel

La bioimpresora podría imprimir parches de regeneración de piel a medida para aplicar sobre una herida; también se puede usar para probar nuevos …

7 of the Most Ambitious Plans to Transform the World's Iconic Cities

Because sometimes even the greatest cities need a change.<p>Whether due to a sheer influx of people or the changing face of our environment, cities need to find ways to modernize and adapt to the growing world. In some cases, this change will occur slowly and organically. Other times, cities take a …

7 of the Most Ambitious Plans to Transform the World's Iconic Cities

Because sometimes even the greatest cities need a change.<p>Whether due to a sheer influx of people or the changing face of our environment, cities need to find ways to modernize and adapt to the growing world. In some cases, this change will occur slowly and organically. Other times, cities take a …

Transportation

Las plantas biónicas que detectan explosivos y pueden revolucionar el mundo de la defensa

Una inocente hoja de espinacas podría llegar a salvarte la vida.<p>Científicos del Instituto de Tecnología de Massachusetts (MIT, por sus siglas en inglés), en EE.UU., acaban de encontrar la manera de transformar la hortaliza en un detector de bombas.<p>Al incrustar unos diminutos tubos en las hojas de …

3D scanning tech drives major success in Battlefield 1

824shares<p>Recently launched video game Battlefield 1 has received rave reviews for it’s outstanding story, multiplayer game experience and overall …

Escáneres 3D, CMM Portátil, Metrología, Diseño 3D e Ingeniería | Creaform

La alternativa más rápida a la CMM tradicional<p>CUBE-R es una CMM de escaneo en 3D‑llave en mano realmente precisa para la inspección en línea: una …

This Powerful Drone Can Actually Pull You Surprisingly Fast

<b>There are a lot of strange things that happen in the world of surf.</b> There was the WaveJet–which may or may not still be a thing–there’s all those …

Drones

Part microbe, part machine: Bionic leaf sucks up carbon dioxide as it makes liquid fuel

A team of scientists at Harvard University says it has come up with a bionic leaf — a system that could use solar power and hydrogen-eating bacteria to generate liquid fuel. The findings, described in the journal Science, offer an alternative path to making carbon-neutral solar fuels.<p>Part microbe …

Will corporate intrapreneurs put entrepreneurs out of a job?

There's nothing more faddish than some of the terms used when devising corporate strategy, and now, for better or worse, "intrapreneurship" is back.<p>Born in the late 1970s, when sudden market shifts first started to demonstrate that the average corporate entity isn't actually good at adapting to …

HP is finally going to start making 3D printers

The world’s biggest printer company is finally ready to make the leap into the third dimension.<p>HP (the technology half of the former company Hewlett-Packard) announced today that it will be releasing two industrial 3D printers that it claims will produce objects ten times faster and half as …

¿Cómo y cuándo se inventaron los paraísos fiscales?

Algunos historiadores mencionan la existencia de islas aisladas que eran especies de paraísos fiscales desde la Grecia antigua.<p>El secreto mundo de …

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We’re closer to a future where we can 3D print anything

We were promised sneakers and dinner at the push of a button, and instead we got tchotchkes.<p>3D printing has not yet lived up to the hype heaped upon it, which we can mostly chalk up to the technical challenge of consistently printing multiple materials, and in multiple colors at once. But …

ICYMI: NASA's new telescope, amazing robot hand and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: NASA just started developing the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope, slotted to hit space by the mid-2020s. This will good 'ole Hubble still chugged away, analyzing the atmosphere of an exoplanet 40 light years away. University of Washington developed a robotic …

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