Uruguay realizes huge achivements with wind energy

Uruguay realizes huge achivements with wind energy

Currently, Uruguay generates 22% of its energy due to the force of the wind . It is estimated that next year the figure will increase to 38%, placing this country in the world podium of energy based...
Promising combination of solar energy and liquid battery

Promising combination of solar energy and liquid battery

Although solar cells produce an increasing proportion of total electricity, there remains a fundamental limitation of its use: the dark of night, solar cells stop working. The lithium-ion batteries,...
Germany says goodbye to nuclear power and oil

Germany says goodbye to nuclear power and oil

The country is driving a revolution; and renewable wind and solar energy are the mainstays of these transformations. In 2009, the country had 3800 megawatts of installed capacity in 2015 reached an...
Water remains liquid at a record of 43º below zero

Water remains liquid at a record of 43º below zero

Water, a fundamental part of life, may seem a vulgar and simple element, but the truth is that it is surrounded by mysteries. One of them is its freezing point. Contrary to what many people believe,...
Relation between Songbirds and musicians

Relation between Songbirds and musicians

The melodic behavior of some songbirds is similar to human musicians. That is the conclusion presented in an article published by an international team of researchers, including David Rothenberg, a...
Small birds also prefer to travel with friends

Small birds also prefer to travel with friends

Until now, scientists had observed that some large birds showed a social character between individuals. But a new study shows that this peculiarity is also confirmed in smaller birds like Siskins,...
Buildings that diagnose their own inner state

Buildings that diagnose their own inner state

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT, USA) is one of those advanced centers that are applying new technologies to buildings. In it, Oral Buyukozturk, Professor, Department of Civil and...

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