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  • December 6, 2021
    printable solar cells could reshape buildings Printable solar cell developed by the Swansea University may help slow down and reverse the energy crisis, saving the environment and combatting climate c...PRINTED PHOTOVOLTAICS TO FIGHT THE ENERGY CRI...
    February 15, 2021
    scientists have developed wearables that could use the human body to replace batteries The cyberpunk wearable harvest body heats and converts it into energy   Adapting of a reporting by […...‘Matrix’-style wearables turn hum...
    June 13, 2020
    The pandemic is generating food insecurity Agri-food policies should choose appropriate instruments and incentives.    by Ivo Demmers and Ruerd Ruben for Knowledge4Food It is clear that the COVI...Key challenges for post-COVID food systems
    June 1, 2020
    powerful ultraviolet lamps is used to disinfect  subways and buses in pilot project   The NYC Metropolitan Transportation Authority says it will deploy 150 mobile devices to clean subways, buse...NYC is using powerful UV light to kill the co...
    December 2, 2019
    Researchers 3D-Printed Plastic Cubes With Complex Patterns That Make them Bulletproof The technology continues to evolve, but 3D printing is still mostly used for creating prototypes or parts that won...3D-Printed Bulletproof Plastic is a reality
    September 24, 2019
    A device to make artificial intelligence programming more accessible, thanks to the Arduino platform. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become the undisputed protagonist of most technological developm...Programming artificial intelligence: from Jap...
    August 19, 2019
    a head, tail, eyes and ears were a good idea! There’s a spectrum between cute and creepy when it comes to robot dogs. Sony Aibo: cute. Boston Dynamics SpotMini: creepy. […]Meet Astro: eventually a robot dog that looks...
    May 28, 2019
    Are you interested in developing apps for the World's most innovative and vibrant ecosystem? Join the Apple Developer Academy of the University of Naples Federico II! Apple Developer Academy: the Call is open!