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Noticias de Innovación y Economía

Scientists Bid Farewell to Comet Lander Philae

It was a mission of firsts. After 10 years of space travel, the Rosetta spacecraft rendezvoused with its target: Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Then, while in orbit around the comet, Rosetta sent …

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www.rdmag.com (12/02/2016)

New Nanotechnology Detects Biomarkers of Cancer

Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have developed a new technology to detect disease biomarkers in the form of nucleic acids, the building blocks of all living organisms. The …

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www.rdmag.com (12/02/2016)

Memory Replay Prioritizes High-reward Memories

Why do we remember some events, places and things, but not others? about Memory Replay Prioritizes High-reward Memories Comments …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (12/02/2016)

The Origin of a Species

A study by researchers at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics at Oxford University has uncovered the key role played by a single gene in how groups of animals …

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www.rdmag.com (12/02/2016)

Scientists Discover Electrons Moving like Honey in Graphene

Electrons that act like slow-pouring honey have been observed for the first time in graphene, prompting a new approach to fundamental physics. Electrons are known to move through metals like …

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www.rdmag.com (12/02/2016)

Engineers Develop Flat, Ultralight Lens that could Change How Cameras are Designed

Imagine digital cameras or smartphones without the bulky lenses or eyeglasses with lenses that are paper thin. about Engineers Develop Flat, Ultralight Lens that could Change How Cameras are Designed …

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www.rdmag.com (12/02/2016)

This Giant Prehistoric Flightless Bird Called the Arctic Home

Fifty-three million years ago, the Arctic’s Ellesmere Island was a different type of place when it came to its climate. Today, the mean annual temperature is -2.2 F, with warm …

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www.rdmag.com (12/02/2016)

DARPA Will Launch an Autonomous Warship this Spring

In April, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) will launch a sleek, 132-foot warship from Portland, OR, testing its abilities over a succeeding period of 18 months. And the …

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www.rdmag.com (12/02/2016)

At-line Detection of Metals in Food Using ED-XRF Spectroscopy

Many countries have enacted increasingly stringent food and safety legislations including those that regulate contaminants such as lead, copper, arsenic, tin and zinc. The primary methods, ICP-OES and AAS, for …

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www.rdmag.com (12/02/2016)

Carbon films can give microchips energy storage capability

After more than half a decade of speculation, fabrication, modeling and testing, an international team of researchers led by Drexel University’s Yury Gogotsi, Ph.D. about Carbon films can give microchips …

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www.rdmag.com (11/02/2016)

GPS tracking down to the centimeter

RIVERSIDE, CA — Researchers at the University of California, Riverside have developed a new, more computationally efficient way to process data from the Global Positioning System (GPS), to enhance location …

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www.rdmag.com (11/02/2016)

Room-temperature lithium metal battery closer to reality

about Room-temperature lithium metal battery closer to reality Comments …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (11/02/2016)

Bumpy liquid films could simplify fabrication of microlenses

Have you ever noticed that, when heated, a film of oil in a pan doesn’t remain completely flat? Instead, it forms a wavy pattern that resembles the exterior of an …

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www.rdmag.com (11/02/2016)

Eusociality in Arthropods Dates Back 100 Million Years

Preserved in 100-million-year-old amber, the confrontational interaction between extinct ant species indicates that advanced sociality in arthropods was present tens of millions of years earlier than previously thought. about Eusociality …

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www.rdmag.com (11/02/2016)

Scientists Are Teaching Drones to Search for Lost Hikers

Each year thousands of hikers end up lost in the woods. The search and rescue missions prompted by such occurrences require manpower and resources. Researchers at the Univ. of Zurich’s …

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www.rdmag.com (11/02/2016)

Startup Gains Grant to Build Next-Gen Nuclear Reactors

X-energy, a startup operating in stealth since 2009, was the recipient of a $40 million grant from the Department of Energy last month. about Startup Gains Grant to Build Next-Gen …

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www.rdmag.com (11/02/2016)

For VR Pioneers, No Rush to Succeed in 2016

Palmer Luckey doesn’t just want to sell a bunch of virtual reality headsets. about For VR Pioneers, No Rush to Succeed in 2016 Comments …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (11/02/2016)

'The Universe Has Spoken to Us', Gravitational Waves Discovered

The National Science Foundation announced that scientists have officially detected ripples in spacetime, 100 years after Albert Einstein predicted the existence of such phenomena. about ‘The Universe Has Spoken to …

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www.rdmag.com (11/02/2016)

Obama's Clean Power Plan Hits Wall with Supreme Court

President Obama’s Clean Power Plan has hit a snag, and that snag is the Supreme Court. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court issued a temporary freeze on the plan’s implementation after …

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www.rdmag.com (10/02/2016)

Indian Scientists Study Chunk that Fell From Sky, Killed Man

Scientists are analyzing a small blue object that plummeted from the sky and killed a man in southern India, after authorities said it was a meteorite. The object slammed into …

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www.rdmag.com (10/02/2016)


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