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Young leaders of advances in biotechnology and medicine

The third category of the 100 Young Leaders from MIT Technology Review is biotechnology and medicine. Some of the most exciting technological advances within these specialties according to Technology Review are e-health care, synthetic biology and ultra-sensitive diagnostics. Some of the most outstanding young leaders: Ryan Egeland, 29.
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Advances in nanomedicine

The world's leading publisher of scientific and medical publications, Elsevier, has just announced the forthcoming launch of the first journal specializing in nanomedicine and the science use of molecular devices to diagnose and treat disease. The publication is titled Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine, and is the first official publication of the North American Academy of Nanomedicine.
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Nanobubbles

Imagine a tiny soap bubble with miniature passengers attached to it. His project uses a nanoparticle developed by Nagy from lipid molecules. The structure of the particle is similar to that of a soap bubble and allows protective agents to bind to its surface.
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The Facebook crisis: the improper use of personal data

There is no talk of anything else in the technological world. This is a public scandal caused by the misuse by an analyst company of the personal data of 50 million Facebook users. The responsibility of the North American multinational for the violation of data protection regulations is being questioned once again, but on a large scale.
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Master in Nanomedicine

Radiological Technologies University Plans U.S. First Master of Science in Nanomedicine Radiological Technologies University (RTU) of Vermont, located in South Bend, Indiana is pleased to announce the approval of the country's first Master of Science in Nanomedicine. Formal approval was recently granted through the Indiana Commission for Postsecondary Proprietary Education.
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Possible negative effects of WiFi networks on health

Wifi networks are comfortable and are increasingly widespread. However, according to an article published today in The Guardian, a group of scientists warns that they could be harmful to health. William Stewart, director of the British agency Health Protection Agency, worries that wireless Internet access could pose a threat for health, especially that of children, and has specifically requested a study on the possible dangers of Wi-Fi networks.
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Bionic hand

According to a story released this week on the BBC, a highly functional new bionic hand, invented by a Scottish social security worker, has hit the market. The inventor is named David Gow and his design and construction was commissioned by Touch Bionics, a Livingston company.In this bionic hand, the thumb and other fingers can move and grasp things exactly like in a human hand, being controlled by the mind and muscles of the patient.
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Joint goodbyes

Joint bachelor parties Next month my brother gets married and this past weekend we went on a bachelorette party. We did a joint farewell, the only thing that the girls had a plan and the boys others. How they get married in times of economic crisis, the farewell has also been marked by a tight budget, it was about spending a weekend together, all the friends and the couple, at times doubting whether the farewell was together or separately … Here I will tell you how we prepare the 1 day farewell in Denia and Jávea.
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New Ryanair offer

Ryanair offers tickets for 10 pounds (about € 15) Ryanair has released a new offer applicable to a wide range of flights from different airports in the United Kingdom to other parts of Europe from 10 pounds for a one-way ticket (including taxes). They can take place between November 5, 2007 and February 8, 2008, any day except Friday or Sunday.
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Madrid - Girona with Spanair

Starting next January 29, 2007, Spanair will connect Madrid and Girona. Spanair airline will offer flights Madrid-Girona from January 29 with a frequency of two daily flights from Monday to Friday and one flight a day on weekends . This connection will allow Gerona to benefit from the Spanair hub to connect with the various cities in the rest of Spain and Europe that make up this company's domestic flight network, as well as those of the Star Alliance alliance, in which Spanair is integrated. .
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Silver nanoparticles harm benign bacteria

For years, scientists have known about silver's ability to kill harmful bacteria, and recently they have used this knowledge to create consumer products that contain silver nanoparticles. The study, funded by the National Science Foundation, was recently published in the journal Water Research and Environmental Science & Technology.
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Skype calls on MySpace

MySpace Launches Skype Calling Service The social network MySpace is collaborating with the Internet telephony company Skype so that MySpace users can make calls with each other. MySpace has more than 110 million users and Skype 220 million. With this service, which will be launched at the end of November, both companies claim to be creating the world's largest online community connected by voice.
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Digital Rights Management

According to an article published this week in BBCNews, Western Digital, one of the world's leading hard drive manufacturers, has blocked its customers from sharing the media files stored on their drives online in an attempt to combat piracy. is that the prohibition also works with files that lack copyright and with content created by the user himself.
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Cheap flights Spain - England by bmibaby

Bmibaby has announced that it will launch a series of flights between Spanish destinations from three regional airports in the United Kingdom. Passengers traveling to or from Birmingham International Airport, Manchester Airport or East Midlands Airport will, from now on, have 30 services extra per week during peak summer months.
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Bristol: the city and the feelings

Bristol and the stains in its history Bristol is the sixth largest city in England and is the gateway to the South West. I thrived on shipbuilding yards and sea traffic, much of which consisted of the slave trade. The abolitionist Thomas Clarkson collected evidence at the pub called the seven stars, which still exists today.
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Cheap flights from Alicante to Manchester

Easyjet has put on sale tickets for a new route between Manchester and Alicante. The new route will be launched on 29 September 2008, with four weekly flights throughout the winter. Prices start at £ 27.99 for one way and £ 47.98 for round trip, tax included.
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Atom vs. RSS: Big interests continue to divide the market.

As you all know, the new version of Blogger was launched by its new owner Google last week, and most experts who have spoken in the specialized media agree that it presents a more attractive and clean interface, in addition to functions than before. did not offer. However, many continue to regret the fact that Google did not accept Dave Winer's offer to make RSS and Atom compatible, to make things easier for users of the syndication system.
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Nanosystems: Financing for a new center

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation of the United States has donated $ 25.4 million to the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) for the creation of the so-called Nanoscale Systems Initiative (Nanoscale Systems Initiative, or Nano-systems) .This sponsorship will allow develop new scientific advances within the field of nanotechnology, specifically the creation of nano-devices capable of doing the job and even replacing today's most modern electronic systems.
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Content syndication

RSS syndication in public administrations and official bodies There are not many good practices in terms of content syndication in public institutions. There are always a thousand and one drawbacks to even maintaining a fixed link to a source of public interest. An example to follow: the Complutense University of Madrid The UCM has recently developed an excellent RSS syndication.
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Internet: Europe does not know

European policy related to the development of the information society has lacked a reference model that allows it to advance with its own momentum. The EU has finally approved the controversial software patent. The Ministers of Industry of the twenty-five countries of the European Union (EU) ratified yesterday the political agreement reached in 2004 on the software patent directive, defended by companies such as Microsoft and rejected by the associations of users of free software.
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