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Sunday, November 29, 2020

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  • American scientists develop world's smallest memory device

    American scientists develop world's smallest memory device

    Scientists from the University of Texas, in the United States, developed the smallest computer memory unit in the world, highlighted the journal Nature.

  • Coming to the market, first antibacterial mobile phone

    Coming to the market, first antibacterial mobile phone

    British company Bullit announced that it will soon give its Cat S42 phone a special coating with silver ions.

  • Meteor showers in late November

    Meteor showers in late November

    Astronomy lovers have this November an opportunity like never before to witness three major meteor showers at their peak. They are the Northern Taurids, the Leonids and the Alpha Monocerotids.

  •  Jupiter and Saturn align and get closer in December

    Jupiter and Saturn align and get closer in December

    These celestial bodies are seen without a telescope on the southwest horizon: they are located in the constellation of Sagittarius, and Jupiter is distinguished by being "the brighter of the two", the scientists point out.

  • White shade of paint able to cool the Earth

    White shade of paint able to cool the Earth

    American researchers have created a shade of paint so white that if roofs, roads and cars were covered with it, it could cool the surface of the Earth.

  • Ancient presence of water on Mars reinforces hypothesis about planet formation

    Ancient presence of water on Mars reinforces hypothesis about planet formation

    A Martian meteorite that was discovered in the Sahara Desert in 2011, has provided new evidence for water on the red planet 4.4 billion years ago. The results were announced this Saturday by the University of Tokyo, whose researchers are leading the study.

  • Study suggests human consciousness does not come from the brain

    Study suggests human consciousness does not come from the brain

    Human consciousness, as the most complex product of the body's nervous activity, would not be found in our brain, but rather in the electromagnetic field of this organ, suggests a study published last September in the journal Neuroscience of Consciousness.

  • "Witch marks" discovered in medieval church in the UK

    A group of archaeologists working on the construction site of HS2, a new high-speed train that will link London to various parts of the UK, found unusual witch marks on the remains of a medieval church in the town of Stoke Mandeville, located about 40 kilometers northwest of the capital.

  • Scariest movies of all times are revealed through science

    Scariest movies of all times are revealed through science

    So that moviegoers do not have to waste time searching for the best horror films based on the ratings and opinions of critics, the British company Broadbandchoices, which compares the broadband offerings of different providers, conducted a study and determined what is the "scariest movie of all time".

  • Strong metal found in gold deposits in Villa Clara

    Strong metal found in gold deposits in Villa Clara

    The existence of Wolfram in the gold deposits of Villa Clara, a scarce mineral on the planet, is important due to its characteristics of high hardness and presence in the Melonera-Oropesa strip, in the municipality of Placetas, detected as a result of geological investigations.