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    says the traffic planning specialist Thomas Sauter-Servaes. Car sharing could reduce the number of vehicles and free up space, resulting in more green areas and cycle paths, better air quality, and far fewer accidents. In addition, there will be

  • New design could make Internet from space even more efficient

    New design could make Internet from space even more efficient by SDA Short News New design could make Internet from space even more efficient amazon eth internet from space satellite-based broadband internet space x Earth’s orbit will soon

    New design could make Internet from space even more efficient
  • For the very first time in space, the ISS crew has produced meat using a 3D printer

    crew has produced meat using a 3D printer by SDA / AFP Race to the quantum leap Short News For the very first time in space, the ISS crew has produced meat using a 3D printer 3d printer artificial meat space The prospect of a juicy Sunday roast

    For the very first time in space, the ISS crew has produced meat using a 3D printer
  • United Kingdom Space Agency aiming for supersonic aircraft from 2030

    mass-market United Kingdom Space Agency aiming for supersonic aircraft from 2030 by SDA / DPA Short News United Kingdom Space Agency aiming for supersonic aircraft from 2030 airplane space travel supersonic From London to Sydney in just four and

    United Kingdom Space Agency aiming for supersonic aircraft from 2030
  • Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus

    Pilatus by sda Short News Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus celestial bodies moon habitat mount pilatus science space habitat test operation A habitat for other celestial bodies – this is the goal behind the second edition of the

    Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus
  • Observing animals from space – thanks to mini transmitters

    transmitters by SDA / DPA Researchers develop robotic ants with swarm intelligence Short News Observing animals from space – thanks to mini transmitters animal observation mini transmitter space travel Using the space-based observation

    Observing animals from space – thanks to mini transmitters
  • “The Mars mission demands humanitarianism”

    artificial intelligence (AI). Is the next giant leap coming soon? An interview with Alessandro Donati from the European Space Agency ESA. “Sailors fighting in the dance hall Oh man, look at those cavemen go It's the freakiest show Take a look

    “The Mars mission demands humanitarianism”
  • When will the first person fly to Mars?

    / DPA Brain-machine interfaces for the mass-market Short News When will the first person fly to Mars? iss international space station mars space travel Exactly 50 years ago, humans set foot on the moon for the first time. The next destination is

    When will the first person fly to Mars?
  • Holidays on Mars?

    visions, hopes, and fears. As early as the 2nd century A.D., the Greek satirist Lucian of Samosata was preoccupied with space travel and interstellar wars. In the 19th century, authors such as Jules Verne and E.T.A. Hoffmann laid the foundations

    Holidays on Mars?
  • The enchantress of numbers

    eye-tracking to reveal perception gaps. July 24, 2020 Short News Remote-controlled robots for dangerous missions in space Delta robots are typically used for packaging – for example candies. Now one of these robots has made it onto the

    The enchantress of numbers
  • “Autonomous driving will be a revolution”

    says the traffic planning specialist Thomas Sauter-Servaes. Car sharing could reduce the number of vehicles and free up space, resulting in more green areas and cycle paths, better air quality, and far fewer accidents. In addition, there will be

    “Autonomous driving will be a revolution”
  • CES (Consumer Electronics Show)

    players in the consumer tech space. One of the largest trade shows in the US, this is innovation at its finest. Termine Mon, 11.01.2021 - Thu, 14.01.2021 +

    CES (Consumer Electronics Show)
  • Art Basel Hong Kong

    Underlining Art Basel's commitment to the region, half of the participating galleries once again have exhibition spaces in Asia and Asia-Pacific. The show provides an in-depth overview of the region’s diversity through both historical

    Art Basel Hong Kong
  • Behavior-based authentication as an alternative to a plethora of passwords

    interface Behavior-based authentication as an alternative to a plethora of passwords by OTS For the very first time in space, the ISS crew has produced meat using a 3D printer Short News Behavior-based authentication as an alternative to a

    Behavior-based authentication as an alternative to a plethora of passwords
  • Researchers develop robotic ants with swarm intelligence

    and thus outperform large, more powerful robots on certain missions. Further Short News For the very first time in space, the ISS crew has produced meat using a 3D printer Behavior-based authentication as an alternative to a plethora of

    Researchers develop robotic ants with swarm intelligence
  • Innovative material surfaces to combat germs in hospitals

    dengue and Zika fever carriers Innovative material surfaces to combat germs in hospitals by SDA Observing animals from space – thanks to mini transmitters Short News Innovative material surfaces to combat germs in hospitals bacteria biofilms

    Innovative material surfaces to combat germs in hospitals
  • Structure that creates stability

    by the year 2050. In order to ensure all these people have a roof over their heads, we have to build residential space on the scale of New York City every month. A new New York – every single month!” This is an impressive illustration

    Structure that creates stability
  • A supersonic comeback

    and components to the first Boom prototype, a fully functional demonstrator and test model at 1/3 scale, through his spacecraft manufacturing venture The Spaceship Company. Just like the full version, this scaled-down prototype will be able to

    A supersonic comeback
  • The power resides in its skin

    WhatsApp Written by Juergen Schoenstein Photos by Lamborghini Read more July 17, 2020 Short News Ever-increasing space debris Earth’s orbit is riddled with disused satellites and debris – a danger to the infrastructure in space. Now,

    The power resides in its skin
  • Race to the quantum leap

    says the traffic planning specialist Thomas Sauter-Servaes. Car sharing could reduce the number of vehicles and free up space, resulting in more green areas and cycle paths, better air quality, and far fewer accidents. In addition, there will be

    Race to the quantum leap