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main image More than 80 Trainees Attend the Intellectual Property and Innovative Activities Training Course

In order to better improve the efficiency of innovative activities, foster research and development of new technologies and strengthen intellectual property performance in Dong Nai Province, help state agencies and enterprises get better informed about patent and protection of intellectual property, on April 11, Dong Nai Department of Science and Technology in collaboration with Intellectual Property Department held the intellectual property and innovative activities training course.

Sky and TalkTalk announce 1 Gbps broadband for UK cities

Broadband speeds in the UK currently max out at about 300 Mbps, provided by British Telecom. Sky and TalkTalk have now announced that they intend to bring 1 Gbps speeds to UK cities. The roll-out will begin in York next year, before moving to other locations.

Lab-grown cartilage used to perform nose reconstruction surgery

Researchers from Switzerland's University of Basel have performed the first successful nose reconstruction surgery using engineered cartilage grown in the laboratory. The cartilage was spawned form the patient's own cells in an approach that could circumvent the need for more invasive surgeries.

World’s first graphene speaker already superior to Sennheiser MX400

Graphene is frankly just showing off at this point. Not content with breezing in and smashing records in solar efficiency, kicking the butt of lithium-ion batteries, being the strongest known material in the Universe, being 1,000 times more light-sensitive than any known camera sensor and a thousand other achievements, now this smug supermaterial is having a crack at audio. How’s it going? Well, with basically zero acoustic development, a graphene loudspeaker is already boasting a better frequency response curve than a set of Sennheiser MX-400s.

Smart sensor technology to combat indoor air pollution

Indoor air quality (IAQ) influences the health and well-being of people but for the last 20 years there has been a growing concern about pollutants in closed environments, the difficulty in identifying them and their critical levels.

Scientists come up with method of reducing solar panel glare

The glare from solar farms could be a thing of the past, thanks to scientists at Loughborough University. Researchers have developed a multi-layer anti-reflection (AR) coating for glass surfaces, which reduces the sun's reflection from photovoltaic panels while at the same time improving their efficiency.


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