Thursday, July 29


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Harvard leads project seeking extraterrestrial technology | Digital Trends Spanish

An international research project has set out to find out if there are intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations capable of building technologies that can travel between the stars. This is the Galileo Project, led by a team of scientists led by Avi Loeb, professor of science in the Department of Astronomy at Harvard University. The team's idea is to analyze data from astronomical studies and observations from telescopes, as well as to design new algorithms using artificial intelligence in order to identify possible interstellar travelers, satellites built by extraterrestrials and unidentified aerial phenomena. Recreation. Getty Images."Science should not reject possible explanations that have to do with extraterrestrials only because of social stigma or cultural preferences that collid...
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30 free Harvard courses you can take online, including the popular CS50 series

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.Founded by Harvard and MIT, edX has thousands of free online classes and paid certificate programs. Through the platform, Harvard University offers more than 140 free online courses. Below, you can find 30 of the most interesting ones, from computer science to poetry. Founded by Harvard and MIT, edX is a popular online learning platform and nonprofit working to democratize learning. Things like steep tuition and your location are no longer barriers when classes are available online for free or for affordable prices. The platform's 2,500+ online courses are free to audit. Many of the courses are sou...
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They choose the most absurd scientific investigations of the year | Digital Trends Spanish

Science doesn't always have to be serious or practical, it can also be fun (and ridiculous). This has been demonstrated by the 2020 delivery of the IG Nobel, a parody of the Nobel that recognizes the most absurd scientific investigations. The ceremony takes place every year in the Sanders Theater ceremonial hall at Harvard University and is organized by the scientific humor magazine Annals of Improbable Research, under the motto "prizes that make you laugh and then think". However, the health crisis forced this edition to be carried out virtually. This did not prevent singular investigations from being highlighted, such as the one that sought to determine whether it was possible to make a knife using frozen human feces, or the one that sought to verify that many scient...
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Harvard and Sony Experts Created a Mini Robotic Surgeon | Digital Trends Spanish

Surgical robots, such as Zeus or Da Vinci, have proven their effectiveness and precision, and today they perform operations in operating rooms all over the planet. These units have robotic arms that are typically about the size of a person, while others can take up an entire operating room. The same does not happen with the new surgical robot created by the Wyss Institute from Harvard and Sony, which is much smaller than its peers: it is the size of a tennis ball and weighs the same as a penny on the dollar, reports Engadget. Robert Wood, associate member of Wyss, and Sony engineer Hiroyuki Suzuki built the mini-RCM (Miniature Remote Center of Motion Manipulator) using a manufacturing technique inspired by Japanese origami. To make this minirobot, they layered the materials, one on...
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Harvard tells you how severe the pandemic is where you live | Digital Trends Spanish

The obvious and general recommendation is: stay home. Do not trip. However, if moving to another country is unavoidable, use caution, wear face masks and prevent yourself by consulting the risk map created by the Harvard Institute for Global Health. The map, made up of researchers and public health experts and made available to the public by Harvard University, offers a COVID-19 risk classification organized by country, with the colors green, yellow, orange and red. The risk map created by the Harvard Institute for Global Health. Harvard Institute for Global Health Risk levels are calculated depending on the number of new cases of the disease per 100.00 inhabitants. The green color indicates less than one case per 100,000 inhabitants; yellow, from one to nine cases;...