Blue bees return, a species considered extinct

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Bees are considered essential insects on our planet. Unfortunately, by human action, in most cases, many species become extinct, but nature can provide a second chance. The Osmia calimthae, commonly known as the blue bee, was a species found in 2011. Unfortunately, this animal had a short journey since it was considered extinct in 2016. The reason why it was…

This sensor shirt monitors your breathing or your heart rate

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Scientists at MIT have enabled a series of sensors embedded in clothing to measure respiration, temperature, or heart rate. At MIT, they have developed a type of sensor integrated into clothing that can measure some vital parameters. With them it is possible to take records of body temperature, respiration or heart rate. These sensors consist of bands encapsulated in a…

How to reduce stress at work?

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You have trouble concentrating or you wake up in the middle of the night even when you are exhausted. You think it’s because you work hard, but it can also be stress. We know that stress at work affects health, the economy and productivity, but is it possible to reduce it? You who have always tried to have a positive…

How curbing deforestation can prevent pandemics

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Stopping the deforestation of rainforests and rainforests prevents viruses and other pathogens from approaching humans and would prevent pandemics. As a result of the paralysis of activity in cities and, in general, of human activity in many places, we have seen nature grow. They have surprised the images of wild animals entering urban areas, the songs of the birds have…

They develop a product that disinfects surfaces for months

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The MAP-1 disinfectant, developed in Hong Kong, allows the disinfection of surfaces with a lasting effect: up to three months they would be free of pathogens. Research has not emerged as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Much less has the product appeared just now after a few weeks of work. The MAP-1 disinfectant, as its creators have called it,…