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

New Molecule Could Help Treat Anemia

Article A new molecule could help researchers find a bevy of new therapy options to help treat patients with anemia and other iron disorders. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life …

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

Engineered Bone Marrow Improves Transplant Safety

Article A new biomimetic bone tissue may help improve bone marrow transplants. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

How Plankton & Bacteria Shape Ocean Spray

News Molecules that plankton and bacteria secrete can become incorporated into the bubbles, which ultimately release these compounds into the air. Contributed Author: Cell Press Topics: Environment …read more Via: …

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

Guardant Health Gains $360M Investment to Accelerate Early Cancer Detection Efforts

News New funding will help the startup reach its goal of sequencing 1 million cancer patients faster than any previous initiative or clinical trial. Topics: Chemistry …read more Via: R&D …

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

Copper Source-Derived X-Rays Set New Gold Standard for Measuring Industrial Materials

News The process of building the instrument for making the new measurements was painstaking. Contributed Author: NIST Topics: Materials Science …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

Next-Gen Solar Cells Could Be Improved by Atomic-Scale Redesign

News The team hope to next test the stability of the cells in real-world settings. Contributed Author: Imperial College London Topics: Energy …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

Oldest Buckthorn Fossilized Flowers Found in Argentina

News Researchers reports the discovery of the first fossilized flowers from South America. Contributed Author: Cornell University Topics: Geology …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

New Lung 'Organoids' in a Dish Mimic Features of Full-Size Lung

News New lung “organoids”–tiny 3-D structures that mimic features of a full-sized lung–have been created from human pluripotent stem cells by researchers. Contributed Author: Columbia University Medical Center Topics: Life …

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

Researchers Recreate Underwater Volcano Conditions to Help Fight Cancer

Article Zinc peroxide nanoparticles produced by recreating underwater volcano conditions might be the latest tool in cancer therapies. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Chemistry …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

‘Kill Zone’ for Earth Destruction from Supernova Updated

Article Humans may find themselves in trouble with a supernova about 50 light years away. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Space …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

New Model of Plasma Stability Could Help Researchers Predict and Avoid Disruptions

News The updated program was written to predict the conditions that would best contain the high-pressure plasma. Contributed Author: DOE/Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Topics: Physics …read more Via: R&D Magazine …

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

Study Finds Bacteria Living in Marine Sponge Produce Toxic Flame Retardant-Like Compounds

News A research team discovered that a marine sponge hosts bacteria that specialize in the production of compounds nearly identical to man-made fire retardants. Contributed Author: University of California San …

masinformacion (12/05/2017)

‘Superbug’ Plaguing Hospitals Older Than Dinosaurs

Article Enterococci—a leading antibiotic-resistant microbe—actually dates as far back as 450 million years ago, pre-dating the age of the dinosaurs. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: …

masinformacion (11/05/2017)

Crab Shell Substance May Fight Malaria

Article A combination of crab shell powder and nanosized silver particles may be the newest approach to halting the spread of malaria. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life Sciences …read …

masinformacion (11/05/2017)

More Natural Dust in the Air Improves Air Quality in Eastern China

News The modeling results match observational data from dozen of sites in eastern China. Contributed Author: DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Topics: Environment …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (11/05/2017)

Oxford Genetics Strikes Licensing Agreement for CRISPR Gene Editing Tech

News The license also allows the development and commercial sale of research tools and reagents. Contributed Author: Oxford Genetics Topics: Drug Development …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (11/05/2017)

Computer Accurately Identifies, Delineates Breast Cancers on Digital Tissues Slides

News Compared to the analyses of four pathologists, the machine was more consistent and accurate, in many cases improving on their delineations. Contributed Author: Case Western Reserve University Topics: Chemistry …

masinformacion (11/05/2017)

Researchers Devise New Technique to Eradicate Pollutants from Water

News The approach also addresses key limitations of conventional electrochemical separation methods. Contributed Author: MIT Topics: Engineering …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (11/05/2017)

Men and Women’s Brains Act Differently During Cardiovascular Activity

Article Men and women have different reactions from the region of the brain that manages stress, heart rate and blood pressure when presented with certain stimuli. Staff Author: Kenny Walter …

masinformacion (11/05/2017)

Low-Energy RHIC Electron Cooling Gets Green Light, Literally

News Aligning a sequence of amplifiers and mirrors on a tabletop anchored to a steel block deep underground, scientists have produced a powerful green laser. Contributed Author: Brookhaven National Laboratory …

masinformacion (11/05/2017)

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