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Sep 21, 2020

15 Amazing Technologies That Are Contributing To The Greater Good

Posted by in categories: business, innovation

From business to leisure to everything in between, technology can make our lives easier and more enjoyable. Further, tech can also be used to promote the common good and make a positive impact on humanity. When an innovation can do both, it’s something truly special and important that deserves our attention.

As industry leaders, the members of Forbes Technology Council stay on top of current trends and developments, including the most exciting and impactful new technology out there. Below, 15 of them share the coolest products and services they’ve seen that are making a real difference in the world.

Sep 20, 2020

Cheap, innovative venom treatments could save tens of thousands of snakebite victims

Posted by in categories: health, innovation

Momentum is building to finally tackle a neglected health problem that strikes poor, rural communities.

Sep 16, 2020

A pandemic is no time to cut the European Research Council’s funding

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, innovation

About 25% of all patents filed by projects supported by Horizon 2020 have come from ERC projects, even though commercialization of research is not the agency’s main aim. Bourguignon and his colleagues rightly argue that many advances in fundamental research ultimately contribute to innovation and benefit society. But that is a hard message to get across at a time of constrained funding and competing priorities.


Europe’s flagship science agency will be crucial to a post-coronavirus world. Slashing its budget will be a senseless act.

Sep 16, 2020

The ISS Is About to Get Its First Commercial Airlock

Posted by in categories: innovation, satellites

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is about to carry what will soon become the International Space Station’s first privately-built airlock.


The company has previously built standardized boxes for space-based experiments and tiny satellite deployers, The Verge reports.

The Bishop is shaped like a bell jar and attaches itself to the outside of the space station using a number of clamps and latches.

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Sep 11, 2020

China celebrates safe landing of secretive spacecraft as ‘important breakthrough’

Posted by in categories: innovation, space travel

Chinese state media says the country has safely landed a reusable spacecraft which it claims will provide a “convenient and inexpensive” method of getting to and from space. The craft launched on September 4th and landed on September 6th after spending two days in orbit, according to the state-run Xinhua News Agency.

Sep 10, 2020

UK mathematician wins richest prize in academia

Posted by in categories: innovation, mathematics

Martin Hairer takes $3m Breakthrough prize for work a colleague said must have been done by aliens.

Sep 9, 2020

How does Taiwan connect with the future through 5G?

Posted by in categories: innovation, internet

How does #Taiwan connect with the #future through #5G?

https://bit.ly/33b4gmP from Neurozo Innovation

2020 is an epoch-making year of 5G technology for many countries, and Taiwan, too, has shown great enthusiasm for participating in this game. In this article, we will be introducing the 5G strategies and developments in Taiwan.

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Sep 6, 2020

China hails ‘key breakthroughs’ as reusable spacecraft returns safely

Posted by in categories: innovation, space travel

“It will provide more convenient and cheaper transport for the peaceful use of space in the future.”


Experimental vessel lands safely after spending two days orbiting the planet.

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Sep 4, 2020

Qualcomm 5G mmWave call breaks distance record

Posted by in categories: innovation, mobile phones

Qualcomm Technologies announced Monday that it conducted the first successful extended range 5G data call over mmWave.

Range has been a key obstacle for cellphone carriers as they move to mmWave technology to take advantage of faster 5G speeds. Qualcomm’s breakthrough could speed up deployment of 5G smartphones.

Qualcomm reported that it conducted a 5G call over a 2.36 mile distance, double the distance that it had projected when it unveiled its new antenna system last year. Qualcomm worked with Casa Systems, an ultra-broadband provider, and Ericsson, the multinational telecommunications company, on the project.

Sep 4, 2020

Scientists spot a triple-star system shredding its planet-forming disk in a cosmic first

Posted by in categories: innovation, space

Groups of stars can tear their planet-forming disk to shreds, leaving behind warped, misaligned rings, scientists find in a breakthrough study.

Solar systems like ours generally form with their planets all orbiting in the same, flat plane. But, as an international team of scientists has found in a new study, this isn’t always the case.

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