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  • Talking Technology
    Matthew Aylett
    University of Edinburgh
    “Speech is the mirror of the soul; as a man speaks, so is he” — Publilius Syrus Roman author, 1st...
  • It’s a Small World After All: Manipulations at the Nanoscale
    Sergei Vlassov
    University of Tartu
    Alchemy aims to transform base metals into gold; nanotechnology, on the other hand, can transform...
  • Avoiding a Cyber-Triggered Catastrophe
    Paulo Sousa
    University of Lisbon
    Given the increasing reach of the Internet and its role in the day-to-day life of ordinary citizens...
  • Touching the Cells: Robots in the Nanoworld
    Jorge Otero Díaz
    University of Barcelona
    Hippocrates, a Greek doctor from the 5th century BC, is commonly referred to as the father of...
  • Environmental Impact of Emerging Pollutants
    Roberto Rosal
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
    Image: Bioluminiscent cynobacteria Researchers Ismael Rodea-Palomares, Francisco Leganés, and...
  • Simulating Discharge in Communication Satellites
    Manuel Alfonseca
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
    Figure: Transition zone for stainless steel walls at a frequency of 500 MHz. Communication...
  • GPS Contribution to Earthquake Studies
    Gabriele Colosimo
    University of Rome, La Sapienza
    In recent years, several researches have demonstrated the effective use of GPS in studying...
  • Why Do Ancient Questions Still Matter?
    Joyce van Leeuwen
    Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
    Solving the puzzle of the Aristotelian Mechanics. Have you ever wondered why dentists can more...
  • Observing the Earth from the Stars
    Andrea Nascetti
    University of Rome, La Sapienza
    Four hundred years after Galileo built and used a telescope to observe the night sky, "new...
  • Protein Classification by Artificial Intelligence Techniques
    Alessandra Lumini
    University of Bologna
    As a consequence of advancements in genome sequencing technology, there is a large amount of...