If you want to be more productive, go to a cafe

The run rún of the cafeteria dampens the noise distracting, and also helps the ritual of the coffee (and caffeine), as well as the fact that in a coffee shop you can get bored very much… so work is a way to skip over that boredom. This idea, however, appears to have been confirmed by a recent study carried out by Japanese researchers has been … Continue reading If you want to be more productive, go to a cafe

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The micro robots that inhabit it in your clothes

The movables are small robots that “live in your clothing”, by way of technology wearable autonomous and able to move independently by the clothes we wear, according NewScientist. Developed by MIT and Stanford University, the small robots (still something coarse and bulky) move freely through the clothes enganchándose to tissues with magnetic wheels. Have an autonomy of 45 minutes and (now) its practical usefulness is … Continue reading The micro robots that inhabit it in your clothes

Microsoft wants to banish the mouse and replace it with an impressive augmented reality

If Microsoft takes this new technology for its next operating system, I swear by “San Google” left Ubuntu ipso facto and I turn to the “dark side” of Windows without thinking it twice. The project in question has been made by a research team of the company, who have wondered how could improve the interaction with the user when working with the PC… and sincerely … Continue reading Microsoft wants to banish the mouse and replace it with an impressive augmented reality

NASA prepares for a hypothetical end of the world

Under the name of the Office for the coordination of Planetary Defense, NASA is studying possible countermeasures against an asteroid. Office for the coordination of Planetary Defense. It may sound like a science fiction movie ruled by Weyland Yutani as Will Smith tries to save the world infecting an alien ship with a Mac, but the truth is that it is as real as life … Continue reading NASA prepares for a hypothetical end of the world

Beer can be a good ally to Heart says new study

Beer lovers have a new reason to keep reveling in their liquid gold, and it is that according to a recent study presented at Bilbao, it is confirmed that beer is a good ally to the heart. According to the research conducted by Dr. Ramón Estruch, which has been presented at the Congress of cardiovascular diseases, the study has obtained clear positive results in the … Continue reading Beer can be a good ally to Heart says new study

Can we run out of oxygen in a closed room with many people?

Can you stay without oxygen if you get in a small room with many people? When you spend many hours stuck in a room with many people, and has the door and windows closed, it can make you feel claustrophobic, and even it sometimes causes you to breathe heavily with trouble. But could you really run out of oxygen in this context or is it possible because there … Continue reading Can we run out of oxygen in a closed room with many people?

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Slow Motion redefined with Vickers Tactical

Never before the destruction of objects in slow had looked so spectacular. Technological advances have brought us the possibility of knowing a range ofelement before we simply not stopped to analyze, as for example the effects of abullet that passes through an object, and is that such actions tend to be very fast forthe human eye, which leaves us only with the results and not … Continue reading Slow Motion redefined with Vickers Tactical

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Space in 2015: We reached beyond expectations

This has been a good year for the space and astronomy enthusiasts. As well as the 25th anniversary in orbit of the Hubble Space Telescope (whose photo of the celebration of the birthday of the star cluster Westerlund 2, leads this entry), there have been several missions that have shed new light on places in the Solar system which, until now, had been almost hidden … Continue reading Space in 2015: We reached beyond expectations