Noticias de Innovación y Economía | Clúster de Movilidad y Logística


Adimen Portua. Smart Ports
Berritrans. Gestión ferroviaria
Co-cities. Movilidad urbana
Co-gistics. Cooperative logistics
Freilot. Distribución mercancía
Globope. Internacionalización
Hope. Public eco-mobililty
Intelvia. Gestión de tráfico
iTOLL. Sistemas de peaje
Mugitu. Ticketing multimodal
Neptune. Developing industries
S3Road Seguridad en carretera
SmartCEM. Electromovilidad
Voyage. Gestión aeroportuaria

Noticias de Innovación y Economía

Parkinson’s Relief May Come From a 150-Year-Old Drug

Article During the American Academy of Neurology’s Annual Meeting, new evidence was presented from a double-blind, randomized phase III study on the drug apomorphine. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life …

masinformacion (27/04/2017)

'Spectral Fingerprinting' Sees Through Concrete to Detect Early Corrosion

News Current imaging methods for uncovering corrosion use microwaves to record changes in the physical state of the affected steel. Contributed Author: NIST Topics: Imaging …read more Via: R&D Magazine …

masinformacion (27/04/2017)

Steel Structure Shelters Sarcophagus at Chernobyl

News The effort was billed as the world’s largest moveable structure — 843 feet across, 355 feet high and 492 feet in length. Contributed Author: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Topics: …

masinformacion (27/04/2017)

Tick Protein Helps Antibiotics Combat MRSA Super Bug

News Researchers have identified a tick protein, IAFGP, that alters the biofilm. Contributed Author: Yale University Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (27/04/2017)

Ocean Warming to Cancel Increased CO2-Driven Productivity

News Researchers have constructed a marine food web to show how climate change could affect our future fish supplies and marine biodiversity. Contributed Author: University of Adelaide Topics: Environment …read …

masinformacion (27/04/2017)

New Microscope Identifies Clues to Autoimmune Disease

Article A custom Stimulated Emission Depletion (STED) microscope—could set the stage for future treatment discoveries. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Drug Development …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (26/04/2017)

R&D Magazine and Laboratory Design Announce 2017 Laboratory of the Year Winners

Article This annual international competition receives entries from the best new and renovated laboratories. Topics: R&D Management …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (26/04/2017)

Aurora Unveils New eVTOL Aircraft at Uber Elevate Summit

News Aurora’s eVTOL concept is derived from its XV-24A X-plane program. Contributed Author: Aurora Flight Sciences Topics: Automotive …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (26/04/2017)

Freezing Lithium Batteries May Make Them Safer and Bendable

News This new technique uses ice-templating to control the structure of the solid electrolyte for lithium batteries that are used in portable electronics. Contributed Author: Columbia University School of Engineering …

masinformacion (26/04/2017)

Managing Disease Spread Through Accessible Modeling

News Collaboration between the modeling community and public-health policy community enables effective deployment. Contributed Author: DOE/Los Alamos National Laboratory Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (26/04/2017)

New Interface Helps to Effectively Operate Robots

Article A new, simpler and efficient interface to control robots will allow laymen to do it without significant training time. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: A.I./Robotics …read more Via: R&D …

masinformacion (26/04/2017)

College Dorms May Contain High Levels of Toxins

Article The study showed that dust samples taken in dorms contain carcinogens, hormone disruptors and chemicals from dozens of flame retardants. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Environment …read more Via: …

masinformacion (26/04/2017)

Machine Learning Dramatically Streamlines Search For More Efficient Chemical Reactions

News Researchers are using machine learning – a form of artificial intelligence – to prune away the least likely reaction paths. Contributed Author: SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Topics: Chemistry …read …

masinformacion (26/04/2017)

Researchers Map the Evolution of Dog Breeds

News Researchers have used gene sequences from 161 modern breeds to assemble an evolutionary tree of dogs. Contributed Author: Cell Press Topics: Evolution …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (26/04/2017)

New Guidelines Outline How to Reduce Unexpected Death From Epilepsy

Article Guidelines presented at the AAN Annual Meeting on April 24 state that frequent generalized tonic-clonic seizures increase risk of death. Staff Author: Laura Panjwani Topics: Life Sciences …read more …

masinformacion (26/04/2017)

Artificial Intelligence Could Help Diagnose Tuberculosis

Article Artificial intelligence models may be the new tool to help screen and evaluate efforts in tuberculosis-prevalent areas that have limited access to radiologists. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life …

masinformacion (25/04/2017)

Scientist Invents Way to Trigger Artificial Photosynthesis to Clean Air

News The process has great potential for creating a technology that could significantly reduce greenhouse gases linked to climate change. Contributed Author: University of Central Florida Topics: Environment …read more …

masinformacion (25/04/2017)

When Hollywood Met Neurosurgery

News Special features include an electronic pump to reproduce flowing cerebrospinal fluid and brain pulsations. Contributed Author: Johns Hopkins Medicine Topics: Engineering …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (25/04/2017)

80-Year-Old 'Viable' Anthrax Strain Debunked Using Advanced Genomic Sequencing

News The current study helps debunk the claim that a World War I biological weapon containing anthrax-causing spores was still viable 80 years later. Contributed Author: American Society for Microbiology …

masinformacion (25/04/2017)

New Technique Finds Way to Speed Search for Cancer Cures Dramatically

News The new method lets scientists analyze the effects of gene mutations at an unprecedented scale and speed. Contributed Author: University of Virginia Topics: Drug Development …read more Via: R&D …

masinformacion (25/04/2017)

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