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Lore_Valenzuela
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Ya somos muchísimas las que hemos tomado el curso «Emprendimiento femenino», cocreado con Banco BCI y Mujeres del Pacífico. Y para complementar esta experiencia fantástica de aprendizaje, este viernes 9 de abril tendremos la tercera sesión del ciclo de foros que ha contado con la participación…

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Las mujeres somos una parte fundamental de la era digital que estamos experimentando. Tenemos habilidades y características únicas que, gracias a las tecnologías digitales, pueden generar emprendimientos sin precedentes, con gran impacto positivo. Por eso, junto a Banco BCI y Mujeres del Pacífico, quisimos hacer…

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Lore_Valenzuela
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Invitamos a una Turinger seca en turismo para que nos contara en primera persona cómo llegó al área de aprendizaje y tecnologías digitales, y cómo el turismo puede beneficiar el aprendizaje desde temprana edad. Crecer en Valparaíso te da cierta inquietud y curiosidad, nada se…

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Turingo
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This melodic range spectrogram characterizes the frequency content of sounds generated from a spider web that is exposed to increasing tension. As tensions rise, the frequency of sound increases, until silk threads snap. Credit: Isabelle Su, Tomás Saraceno, Ally Bisshop, Roland Mühlethaler, Evan Ziporyn, and…

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Turingo
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Led by Penn State, an international team of researchers demonstrated a new printing method using pulsed light to transfer an electronic circuit to a seashell, as depicted in this illustration. Credit: Jennifer McCann / Penn State Printable electronics could cause a proliferation of smart, connected…

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Turingo
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Possible application of the remote sterilisation approach for ambulances, medical devices and other possible clinical assets. Credit: Heriot-Watt University Microwave engineers, infectious disease specialists and polymer scientists from the University of Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt University and the University of Strathclyde have teamed up to create a…

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Turingo
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Heteroepitaxy opens a new way for the heterogeneous integration and multifunctional integration of various semiconductors in the post-Moore era. Credit: Institute of Semiconductors A research team led by Prof. Liu Zhiqiang from the Institute of Semiconductors of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, in cooperation with…

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Turingo
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Javianne Oliver, of United States, prepares to start in her heat of the women’s 100-meters at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Friday, July 30, 2021, in Tokyo. Credit: AP Photo/Matthias Schrader The Jamaican sprinter and her Olympic-record time captured everyone’s attention. What’s under foot, though, might…

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Turingo
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Ashirase vibration device attached to shoes and Ashirase smartphone app screen. Credit: Honda Honda has announced on its News Room website the establishment of a startup called Ashirase, Inc.— the first new business venture to originate from the company’s IGNITION program. Ashirase will produce an in-shoe…

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Turingo
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Credit: University of Cambridge The touchscreen technology used in billions of smartphones and tablets could also be used as a powerful sensor, without the need for any modifications. Researchers from the University of Cambridge have demonstrated how a typical touchscreen could be used to identify…

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Turingo
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Credit: Georgia Institute of Technology A new wearable brain-machine interface (BMI) system could improve the quality of life for people with motor dysfunction or paralysis, even those struggling with locked-in syndrome—when a person is fully conscious but unable to move or communicate. A multi-institutional, international…

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Graphical abstract. Credit: DOI: 10.1016/j.adapen.2021.100051 Designing future low-carbon energy systems to use power generated in excess of the grid’s demands to produce hydrogen fuel could substantially lower electricity costs, according to new work published by Advances in Applied Energy by Carnegie’s Tyler Ruggles and Ken…

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