A group of scientists from Manchester have achieved the world’s tightest molecular knot, which will allow the development of new materials.
A team from the University of Manchester has managed to tie a molecular knot which is invisible to the eye....Continue reading »
A project by MIT and Purdue University means that the ‘resuscitation’ of incandescent bulbs is possible, thanks to a nanotechnology application.
In 2008, the European Commission put an end to incandescent bulbs. This decision marked a new period in the field of...Continue reading »
The red planet is a blend of exotic mystery for mankind and a complex challenge for science. Exploring its secrets remains a challenge for the scientific community, especially for the European Space Agency. The organization reached Mars with the hope...Continue reading »
Costa Rica occupies 51,100 square kilometres which is equivalent to 0.03% of the planet’s surface. The country is acknowledged as one of the greatest exponents of biodiversity, representing 5% of the Earth thanks to its forest reserves and spectacular beaches....Continue reading »
The European Space Agency launches an initiative to monitor the weather in space and the activity of the Sun, both of which can affect planet Earth.
With the arrival of this “Indian summer”, many will have got their summer clothes out...Continue reading »
The British start-up BioCarbon Engineering proposes the use of drones to support and complement human reforestation work in damaged ecosystems.
Sending medication, agricultural practices, or aid during catastrophes. These are some of the surprising uses for drones – vehicles which in just...Continue reading »