The LTE successor 5G allows download rates of up to 1 Gigabit per second. This could finally lead to good reception at mass events such as concerts or at stadiums. Already ideas how 5G could improve your life in particular? #alwayscurious
Not just important for beauty. Sleep scientist Matt Walker shares useful insights on how sleep is influencing your learning abilities, memory, immune system and even your genetic code. #alwayscurious via @TEDTalks
Pandemic outbreaks like the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) spread rapidly. Learn how scientists explore the human immune system, use antibodies & next generation sequencing to create drugs that stop pandemics from spreading. 🗣️
What do you think about the co-living community concept? The main drivers are meaningful relationships and a sense of belonging, but environmental benefits are significant too. Find out more: 👉
The secret behind our species' smarts lies behind wrinkles. The surface of our brain is convoluted by deep fissures and is home to about 100 bln neurons, or nerve cells. The wrinkles allow the brain to pack in more surface area — and thus, more processing power. 💪 #alwayscurious
„A lot has happened, but still not enough,” said our CEO Stefan Oschmann about global #pandemic #preparedness efforts at a #MSC2020 discussion on #Coronavirus.
„A lot has happened, but still not enough has happened,” said our CEO Stefan Oschmann at a #MSC2020 discussion on #Coronavirus.
Die Münchner Sicherheitskonferenz (MSC) ist das weltweit führende Forum für Debatten zu den drängendsten internationalen Sicherheitsrisiken.
Research on AI started in the 1950s with the Turing-Test. To date, no machine has ever passed. Is there still no strong AI? Learn more:
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The future of scientific work is becoming smarter and more connected. An intergenerational workforce might be an evolving resource for creativity and productivity. Find out more about the new age of work 👉