Články / Science and healthcare

The future of ‘quantum information technology’

The future of ‘quantum information technology’ 12. 09. 2019 | 13:18

On 3rd September 2019, American physicist Mark Hillery was awarded the Slovak Academy of Science's annual International Prize for his work in the field of quantum mechanics - in particular for his 25-y ...

The future of global internet connectivity

The future of global internet connectivity 20. 08. 2019 | 16:08

The future of internet connectivity is wide open, with technologies like 5G and satellite networks promising to make super-high speeds the new 'norm'. Daniel Sors Raurell represents a British-based com ...

Your life depends on mitochondria

Your life depends on mitochondria 13. 08. 2019 | 15:52

No doubt many of you are not aware that your life depends on something called a "mitochondrion" - one of several 'organelles', or tiny organs, involved in the functional structure of a living cell.

Last man on Moon

Last man on Moon 19. 07. 2019 | 10:02

These days we commemorate 50 years since the first man, Neil Armstrong, stepped on the Moon. But do you know who was the last man to walk on the Moon? American astronaut with Slovak heritage, Eugene A. ...

How chess masters cope with new technologies

How chess masters cope with new technologies 16. 07. 2019 | 15:40

The impact of new technologies - for better and for worse - is often felt within the small world of chess grandmasters long before it is felt by the larger society the rest of us inhabit.

There is help out there

There is help out there 16. 07. 2019 | 11:29

People in Slovakia search the internet for the topic "suicide" 1,000 times per month on average, and 1,600 times for the expression "how to kill yourself", according to the findings of a group of psych ...

How Artificial Intelligence can help Africans diagnose malaria

How Artificial Intelligence can help Africans diagnose malaria 11. 07. 2019 | 15:43

I speak with Cambridge University student Filip Ayazi, a Slovak from Trenčin, about how AI and new methods of do-it-yourself manufacturing are promising to make diagnosing malaria much more affordable for poor African regions, as well as more efficient and accurate.

How Slovaks are growing vegetables without sunlight or soil

How Slovaks are growing vegetables without sunlight or soil 2. 07. 2019 | 15:39

We visit an indoor 'aquaponics' farm in Bratislava - where vegetables are grown without sunlight or soil and are fertilised with the waste product of fish - and talk with the company's co-founders Fili ...

Finding a voice

Finding a voice 19. 06. 2019 | 14:21

Last year 29,245 people were diagnosed with some form of cancer in Slovakia, according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer. Colorectal, lung and breast cancers are the most common among the Slovak population.

Better safe than sorry

Better safe than sorry 18. 06. 2019 | 12:14

By law, all healthcare providers in Slovakia must have professional liability insurance and they have to be continuously covered for the entire period when they provide healthcare services.

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