Daily Management Review

Top-Five Science News


07/01/2015


Here is the selection of top-5 most interesting science news we found this month



5. The potholes are not scary

Modern cars will soon have a new system that will allow the suspension to anticipate meeting with irregularities and adapt to the load, making the ride more soft and safe. One of the British automaker has presented a special magnetic sensors that scan the road ahead, and in a split second time give the order to the onboard computer governing condition of the suspension. In addition, the data about potholes found will be sent to a shared server where the warning will be received by all other machines and, of course, road services, which can, if they want, quickly seal the hole.

4. Underwater drone

For a relatively small amount of money - $ 1,000 - you can buy a mini-submarine, which is placed on the nose of a small action camera. Batteries in the device allow about 50 minutes of swimming, the maximum depth of work - 10 meters, control - 30-meter wire that runs to the beach or to the console or to the buoy, which transmits the signal via Wi-Fi.

3. "Transparent" truck

Engineers from South Korea experienced a technology that might help make cars driving safer. They came up to hang tailgate screens on the truck that will show a picture with the front camera. Then it turns out that the truck looks like transparent, and you can see through it.  

2. Blood helps

Researchers from the University of Sheffield in the UK found that the possession of the first group of blood associated with better brain development and a reduced risk of illness in old age. It gives a greater amount of gray matter, which is sensible to age-related changes.

1. Death on wheels

Researcher Ian Savage from Northwestern University in the US analyzed the global statistics of deaths from 2000 to 2009 and considered a number of deaths occurred surmounted by one way - one billion person-miles. Motorcycles lead with a huge margin. It is followed by (in descending order) cars, ferries, trains, subways, buses, and last aircraft. The risk of dying, traveling by plane, is 100 times less than a car, and 3000 times smaller than a motorcycle.

 






Science & Technology

Porsche, Boeing set to develop flying electric car

Samsung to invest $ 11 billion in new generation displays

US is betting on Nokia and Ericsson to replace Huawei

UPS becomes first to receive full regulatory approval for UAV shipping in USA

NASA orders Lockheed Martin to build spacecraft to fly to the Moon

Hyundai to create joint venture for unmanned vehicles

Bain & Company: E-wallets and cheaper transactions are new payment trends

Is UAV drone industry falling into decay?

UK Scotland Yard employs AI to deal with frauds

US sets to fight robocalls outbreak

World Politics

World & Politics

Dominican Republic lost $ 200 million because of scandal with tourists death

France: We will take measures to protect our military in Syria

Paralyzed Hong Kong: Protests don't fade

Johnson unveils Brexit compromise deal considering Irish issue

African swine fever at Europe’s borders: time for an embargo?

Saudi Crown Prince Says Khashoggi’s Murder Happened Under His Watch

Will Merkel restore her "Climate Chancellor" image?

Venezuelan opposition to receive $ 52 mln from USA