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  • “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers

    from rivers by SDA / DPA Smart sanitary napkin monitors premature birth risk in pregnant women Short News “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers garbage catcher oceans plastic waste

    “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers
  • Naratek RSS Feed

    Fri, 22 Nov 2019 14:14:56 +0100 “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers A young man from the Netherlands wants

  • An alpine battleship as a modern data bunker?

    the largest “mountain battleship” in eastern Switzerland. Switzerland is a landlocked country – and yet it has an ocean-going fleet. Currently, it consists of 17 freighters and two tankers. The combined engine output of these 19 ships tops

    An alpine battleship as a modern data bunker?
  • Smart sanitary napkin monitors premature birth risk in pregnant women

    potential in electric propulsion systems and in hydrogen and ammonia-based fuels. December 16, 2019 Short News “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers A young man from the Netherlands wants

    Smart sanitary napkin monitors premature birth risk in pregnant women
  • Are electrically driven ships viable?

    to monitor the risk of premature birth. The aim is to avoid long hospital stays. November 22, 2019 Short News “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers A young man from the Netherlands wants

    Are electrically driven ships viable?
  • New design could make Internet from space even more efficient

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    New design could make Internet from space even more efficient
  • The unrecognized pioneer

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    The unrecognized pioneer
  • Moderna co-founder Bob Langer in conversation

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    Moderna co-founder Bob Langer in conversation
  • Surviving on Mars – thanks to cyanobacteria

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    Surviving on Mars – thanks to cyanobacteria
  • How to keep your underwear clean in space

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    How to keep your underwear clean in space
  • Robot dispenses hugs on demand

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    Robot dispenses hugs on demand
  • Smartwatch activates insulin production

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    Smartwatch activates insulin production
  • Solar cells from the printer

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    Solar cells from the printer
  • “Music makes me a better scientist”

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    “Music makes me a better scientist”
  • Structure that creates stability

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    Structure that creates stability
  • The enchantress of numbers

    21, 2021 Short News Navigating beneath the Arctic ice Under the ice, there is no GPS reception. But mapping the Arctic Ocean beneath the ice sheet is essential to understanding the effects of climate change. MIT has now developed a navigation

    The enchantress of numbers
  • Negative emissions: Major breakthrough or empty promise?

    add greenhouse gas to the atmosphere rather than removing it. Andreas Oschlies from the Geomar Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research in Kiel estimates that in 30 years, around 20 percent of our current CO ₂ emissions would have to be offset

    Negative emissions: Major breakthrough or empty promise?
  • Intelligent bra to detect breast cancer

    potential in electric propulsion systems and in hydrogen and ammonia-based fuels. December 16, 2019 Short News “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers A young man from the Netherlands wants

    Intelligent bra to detect breast cancer
  • Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights

    potential in electric propulsion systems and in hydrogen and ammonia-based fuels. December 16, 2019 Short News “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers A young man from the Netherlands wants

    Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights
  • Rhythmical activity detected in lab-grown mini-brains

    potential in electric propulsion systems and in hydrogen and ammonia-based fuels. December 16, 2019 Short News “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers A young man from the Netherlands wants

    Rhythmical activity detected in lab-grown mini-brains

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