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The European Space Agency launches an advanced joysticksBody-mounted astronaut joystick

The European Space Agency launches an advanced joysticks

Stowed inside European Space Agency´s (ESA) next supply ship to the International Space Station will be one of the most advanced joysticks ever built, designed to test the remote control of robots on the ground from up in orbit. Leer más

A new system accelerates verification of printed electronic documentsSpeeds up online administrative work

A new system accelerates verification of printed electronic documents

Researchers at the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid (UC3M) have designed a system that speeds up online administrative procedures by automatically verifying and validating printed electronic documents, a process that had been done manually up until now. Leer más

Scientists discover the oldest known star in the universeFormed 13.6bn years ago

Scientists discover the oldest known star in the universe

Scientists have discovered the oldest star in the galaxy. Dubbed ´the New Methuselah´, the star is believed to have come into existence 13.6 billion years ago, only 100 million years or so after the Big Bang. Leer más

NASA trains a humanoid space robot as an emergency doctor in spaceTo help sick or injured astronauts

NASA trains a humanoid space robot as an emergency doctor in space

NASA is training a humanoid space robot to pull double duty as an emergency doctor in space — a surrogate physician that could one day be controlled by experts on Earth to help sick or injured astronauts. Leer más

A Blu-ray player detects microorganisms and toxins on discPathogenic bacteria detection

A Blu-ray player detects microorganisms and toxins on disc

Blu-ray technology has allowed researchers at the Polytechnic University of Valencia to develop a way to find out if a sample contains Salmonella or toxic substances. This simple and cheap analytical system may be applied to clinical diagnosis and environmental monitoring. Leer más

Electronics industry submits plan to make Europe a global leaderEurope can capture up to 60% of new electronics markets

Electronics industry submits plan to make Europe a global leader

Electronics industry CEOs have told European Commission that Europe can capture up to 60% of new electronics markets, and double the economic value of semiconductor component production in Europe within the next 10 years Leer más

European´s were blue eyed and dark skinned7000 years ago

European´s were blue eyed and dark skinned

Researchers have discovered the genome of a 7,000-year-old individual from the Mesolithic site of La Brana-Arintero (Leon, Spain), which has overturned popular image of light-skinned European hunter-gatherers. Leer más

7000 years ago

European were blue eyed and dark skinned

Researchers have discovered the genome of a 7,000-year-old individual from the Mesolithic site of La Brana-Arintero (Leon, Spain), which has overturned popular image of light-skinned European hunter-gatherers. Leer más

Europe funds 67 innovative projectsCommercial and societal applications

Europe funds 67 innovative projects

The European Research Council (ERC) has announced the winners of the latest competition for its top-up funding, ´Proof of Concept´. A total of 67 researchers, who already hold ERC grants, have received up to €150,000 each to bring their pioneering ´blue sky´ research closer to the market. Leer más

Researcher develop an electronic book that integrates  feelings Digital prototype book

Researcher develop an electronic book that integrates feelings

A new project from researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology enables authors to provide their readers with physical feedback and sensations while they´re in the process of turning the pages. Leer más

Humans express four basic emotions according to a new studyEmotions shown through expressions

Humans express four basic emotions according to a new study

humans express four basic emotions rather than six, says new study. New research published in the journal Current Biology by scientists at the University of Glasgow has challenged this view, and suggested that there are only four basic emotions. Leer más

An electronic tongue can identify brands of beerDifferences between beer´s

An electronic tongue can identify brands of beer

Spanish researchers have managed to distinguish between different varieties of beer using an electronic tongue. The discovery, published in the journal ´Food Chemistry´, is accurate in almost 82% of cases. Leer más

New biomedical diagnostics using personalized 3D imagingNew biomedical diagnostics using personalized 3D imaging

Researchers at the firm 4DNature and the Universidad Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M) are developing a new technology, called helical optical projection tomography, which improves biomedical diagnostic 3D imaging. Leer más

The scientific explanation of why beer overflows Why does a beer bottle foam?

The scientific explanation of why beer overflows

Scientists at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) reveal the physical phenomenon that explains beer´s rapid transformation from a liquid to a foamy state as the result of an impact.  Leer más

Spanish researchers discover the first black hole orbiting a ´spinning´ starDiscovery is published in ´Nature´

Spanish researchers discover the first black hole orbiting a ´spinning´ star

Spanish scientists have discovered the first binary system ever known to consist of a black hole and a ´spinning´ star – or more accurately, a Be-type star. Leer más

What is the secret to your longevity?

New research shows that humans and other primates burn 50% fewer calories each day than other mammals. The study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, sheds new light on the question of why primates grow, reproduce and age so slowly. Leer más

Why the brain needs to reset?

Sleeping strengthens brain connections

Two leading sleep scientists from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health say that their synaptic homeostasis hypothesis of sleep or "SHY" challenges the theory that sleep strengthens brain connections. Leer más

Camper uses biomechanics to make comfortable shoesShoe comfortability

Camper uses biomechanics to make comfortable shoes

Researchers at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) have carried out a biomechanical study of the footwear made by Camper. A group of 54 volunteers took part in the project, trying on six models of men´s shoes and six models of women´s shoes. They were analyzed using optical motion capture systems, force plates, pressure insoles and electromyography sensors. The purpose of the study was to establish the parameters affecting the comfort of the shoes made by the Balearic firm. Leer más

China is catching up Europe in R&D intensityChina invested 1.98% of its GDP in research

China is catching up Europe in R&D intensity

China has for the first time overtaken Europe on a key measure of innovation: the share of its economy devoted to research and development (R&D). Leer más

Up to 54 million self-driving cars in use by 2035

Autonomous cars to dominate by 2050

A study from industry analyst IHS Automotive predicts that the first self-driving cars with no redundant human controls will be in showrooms around 2030, and that autonomous vehicles of various types could account for nearly all automotive sales by 2050. Leer más

United States´ global share of biomedical research spending falls Global Trends in Biomedical R&D Expenditures

United States´ global share of biomedical research spending falls

According to a recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine the proportion that the United States is spending on biomedical research compared with the rest of the world fell from 51 percent in 2007 to 45 percent in 2012. Leer más

Decline in the number of animals used in research in the EUReport on the number of animals used for experiments

Decline in the number of animals used in research in the EU

The European Commission released the latest data on the number of animals used in science last month. Across Europe, researchers used 11.5 million animals in 2011, down half a million compared with 2008. Leer más

Researchers developed a robotic muscle 1,000 times stronger than a human muscleThe robot muscle throws objects 50 times heavier

Researchers developed a robotic muscle 1,000 times stronger than a human muscle

Researchers at the University of California (UC), Berkeley have developed a micro-sized robotic muscle, which is 1,000 times stronger than a human muscle. Leer más

NASA celebrates its forty-fifth Anniversary with ´Earthrise´ imagesThe most iconic photographs of space

NASA celebrates its forty-fifth Anniversary with ´Earthrise´ images

The most iconic photographs ever taken and NASA is celebrating the capture of the 1968 "Earthrise" photo. Leer más

Similar to standing waves on the strings of a violin

Astronomers discover ´The Music of the Galaxies´

Astronomers at the IAC have discovered complex patterns of resonances in the discs of spiral galaxies not previously described by theories. Leer más
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