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A NEW GENERATION OF ELEVATORS TO REVOLUTIONIZE SPACE TRANSPORTATION

In China alone, more than 600,000 elevators (or lifts) are installed annually, a means of transport ten times safer than its main competitor, the escalator. The invention that would transform 19th century urbanism emerged in the midst of the Industrial Revolution, even though the concept had existed for centuries. Today, plans for the elevator have even raised it to the status of a tool for space exploration.

08/07/2020

Innovation

ACOUSTIC BLACK HOLES FOR LESS NOISE LIVING

Environmental noise pollution is a threat to health, especially in cities. Reducing the noise impact of traffic, and even that derived from leisure, is necessary to stop the harmful effects on its inhabitants. In the trend of making cities more livable spaces, solutions from architecture are already being tested to minimize and even eliminate this urban noise.

01/07/2020

Innovation

CHARLES FRITTS, THE UNKNOWN INVENTOR OF SOLAR PANELS

Solar energy is the second fastest growing renewable energy in the world, according to the International Energy Agency. An industry that is key to providing electricity to 840 million people today. But this dream of guaranteeing universal access to electricity would not have been possible without Charles Fritts, author of the first solid solar cell, the forerunner of today's solar panels.

24/06/2020

Innovation

REINVENTING CITIES FOR THE EXTREME RAINS AND DROUGHTS TO COME

Urban models have a new challenge. With shorter winters and longer hotter summers, extreme weather events are becoming more frequent, putting cities, their economy and population at risk. Achieving more resilient cities is the objective of BINGO, a European project whose solutions are already being tested in five regions.

17/06/2020

Innovation

The first robots created with stem cells

Xenobots are already a reality, in tiny biological machines made from the cells of a frog. Their plasticity and their ability to repair themselves make them promising tools for creating organs or even erecting buildings. They can also help us answer one of the great questions in science: What is life?

10/06/2020

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