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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

Light-Based Technique Activates Predatory Instinct in Mice

Article Scientists used a technique called optogenetics to stimulate the central amygdala in lab mice to determine which brain circuits triggered predatory behavior. Staff Author: Ryan Bushey Topics: Biology …read …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

Newly Discovered Coffee Genome Sequence Will Result in Better Bean

Article Researchers have discovered the genome sequence for Coffea arabica, the species responsible for 70 percent of the global coffee production. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Environment …read more Via: …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

How Photosynthetic Pigments Harvest Light

News Plants and other photosynthetic organisms use a wide variety of pigments to absorb different wavelengths of light. Contributed Author: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Topics: Chemistry …read more Via: R&D …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

Release of Water Shakes Pacific Plate at Depth

News The pattern of the activity along the slab provided strong evidence that the earthquakes are sparked by the release of water at depth. Contributed Author: Washington University in St. …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

Scientists Tie Tightest Knot Ever Achieved

News Researchers developed a way of braiding multiple molecular strands enabling tighter and more complex knots to be made than has previously been possible. Contributed Author: University of Manchester Topics: …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

New Technology Enables 5D Imaging in Live Animals, Humans

News A new image analysis technique makes it easier for scientists to quickly find and track important biological molecules including tell-tale signs of disease. Contributed Author: University of Southern California …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

Wearable Sensors Help Identify Illness

Article In the future your smart watch may be able to monitor your heart rate, count your steps and suggest whether or not you are catching a cold. Staff Author: …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

Computational Model of Brain Neural Circuit Examines Role of Inhibitory Neurons

Article The model, developed at MIT, describes a neural circuit consisting of an array of input neurons and an equivalent number of output neurons. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Technology …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

Researchers Measure How Perovskite Solar Films Efficiently Convert Light to Power

News Measurement shows potential for building better solar cells by imaging fundamental properties of the material. Contributed Author: Case Western Reserve University Topics: Engineering …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

Reef Fish That Conquer Fear of Sharks May Help Control Excess Algae

News Findings suggest that if over-fishing in coral reefs is prevented, intact fish communities can at least partially counteract increases in algae. Contributed Author: University of California, Davis Topics: Environment …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

Climate Change Scientists say Northeast Will Warm Sooner Than Most of U.S.

News The eastern U.S. is projected to experience wetter winters and the Great Plains and Northwest are projected to experience drier summers in the future. Contributed Author: University of Massachusetts …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

T Cells Join the Fight Against Zika

News New research lays the groundwork to parse how the virus interacts with its host and causes disease by pinpointing CD8+ T cells. Contributed Author: La Jolla Institute For Allergy …

masinformacion (13/01/2017)

Scientists Discover HPV-Inactive Cervical Cancer Subtype

Article After an analysis of 255 cervical cancer samples, researchers found that HPV oncogenes were expressed in two different ways. Staff Author: Laura Panjwani Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: …

masinformacion (12/01/2017)

New Product Will Help with Drone Defense

Article Major organizations like the NFL, Disney and Apple will soon may be able to commandeer drones that are entering into their airspace. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: A.I./Robotics …read …

masinformacion (12/01/2017)

Link Found Between Concussions, Alzheimer's

News Concussions will accelerate brain atrophy and cognitive decline in people who are already at a genetic risk for the disease. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life Sciences …read more …

masinformacion (12/01/2017)

3D Printing Could Transform Future Membrane Technology

News Membranes are currently restricted mainly to tubular/hollow fibre and flat surface configurations due to the limitations of current manufacturing processes. Contributed Author: University of Bath Topics: 3D Printing …read …

masinformacion (12/01/2017)

Recreating Conditions Inside Stars With Compact Lasers

News These extreme conditions can only be recreated in the laboratory through fusion experiments with the world’s largest lasers, which are the size of stadiums. Contributed Author: Colorado State University …

masinformacion (12/01/2017)

DNA Duplicator Small Enough to Hold in Your Hand

News Imagine a “DNA photocopier” small enough to hold in your hand that could identify the bacteria or virus causing an infection even before the symptoms appear. Contributed Author: Vanderbilt …

masinformacion (12/01/2017)

Laser Metronome Achieves Record Synchronization

News Scientists at DESY have set up the world’s most precise ‘metronome’ for a kilometre-wide network. Contributed Author: DESY Topics: Engineering …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

masinformacion (12/01/2017)

NASA Identifies Shadow Caught by Hubble

Article The mysterious ‘shadow play’ captured by the Hubble Space Telescope in each of the last two years has been identified by NASA. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Space …read …

masinformacion (12/01/2017)

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