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Sunglasses that generate electricity
Scientific advances

Sunglasses that generate electricity

Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany have developed sunglasses with organic solar cells in their lenses, capable of generating electricity to supply two sensors, a processor and two small screens located on the temples. they are flexible, transparent and light; and they can be manufactured in multiple shapes and colors.

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Pill to get in shape without exercising

American scientists are developing a pill that provides the benefits of exercise without the need to move a muscle. In tests in mice with the second drug, the rodents were able to run up to 44 more without requiring prior training, suggesting that humans could do the same.
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Scientific advances

Sunglasses that generate electricity

Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany have developed sunglasses with organic solar cells in their lenses, capable of generating electricity to supply two sensors, a processor and two small screens located on the temples. they are flexible, transparent and light; and they can be manufactured in multiple shapes and colors.
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10 mind-blowing breakthroughs for the next 10 years

We are living in a very exciting time in terms of science and technology, in which things that we have always considered science fiction, are becoming normal things of our day to day, the amazing thing about all these scientific discoveries is that they are creating technologies that we they allow us to make new advances much faster, that is, our capacity for innovation is increasing “exponentially” as the years go by.
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Lose weight without dieting and live longer?

According to researchers at MIT, the day is getting closer when people will be able to eat their favorite dishes without gaining weight and live up to 120 years without suffering from diseases related to age and diet, such as diabetes or cancer. They have known for many years that controlled fasting can increase the lifespan of mammals by up to 50 and that, furthermore, mammals that have followed fasting programs do not suffer from the usual diseases of old age.
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