Daily Archives: 15.06.2021

Q&A: Nanobots could explore human cells – but their size is an engineering challenge

Scientists are developing virus-sized robots that could defuse blood clots, explore human cells or even scrub water of impurities. Image credit: Pixabay (Free Pixabay license) But as these inventions get smaller, the laws of motion that govern these machines are not very intuitive, so researchers are drawing inspiration from nature, says Brad Nelson, professor of robotics at ETH Zürich, Switzerland, ...

Read More »

Astronomers Have Found the Perfect Exoplanet to Study Another World’s Atmosphere

TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) has found a new planet, and the discovery of this sub-Neptune exoplanet has scientists excited about atmospheres. The combination of the planet’s size, its thick atmosphere, and its orbit around a small M-class star close to Earth provides researchers with an opportunity to learn more about exoplanet atmospheres. We’re getting better and better at finding ...

Read More »

Cosmic Opportunities №36

Weekly news is here and this time we noticed that “Momentus” lost two top managers. Maybe just an optimization, maybe something more interesting. We will keep an eye on them. As for now, enjoy the reading. Dakin Sloss – 06’21 has marked that in 2021 has left the “Momentus”, he was Director. Jose Luis Ruiz Rios – 06’21 has marked ...

Read More »

IMF Not Happy About El Salvador Bitcoin Move

Source: iStock/Bumblee_Dee Adoption of bitcoin (BTC) as legal tender raises “a number of macroeconomic, financial and legal issues that require very careful analysis,” Reuters reported, citing a spokesman for the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The fund is following “developments closely” and will continue “consultations with the authorities.” As reported, Nayib Bukele, the President of El Salvador, will discuss the Bitcoin ...

Read More »