It’s a project of engineers without borders, which expect to introduce this technique next year in Tanzania. In addition to coal, the process produces biogas. Students of the Technical University of Berlin have developed a process to produce biological carbon from human feces, it announced Monday the Organization engineers without borders. This technique will be put into practice between July and September in a greenhouse in Berlin and if successful will be introduced year coming in Tanzania, said Volker Eiselein, spokesman for the organization. Coal serves as fertiliser for crops and because of its porous properties is suitable as water tank and to protect from erosion, said. Thanks to this new technique, feces may be purified of hygienically and charred at high temperatures. Parallel to the process of carbonization occurs biogas plant also designed by students. The remaining substrates will be mixed with purified droppings to be processed, explained Eiselein, who pointed out that the heat needed for this process will be extracted from the biogas plant. Office in Berlin of engineers without borders, which since 2006 focuses his work on the Tanzanian’s Kaguera region, has carried out several projects of water and energy in collaboration with the Organization Mavuno Project. Source of the news: students in Berlin created biological carbon from human excreta
Young people who have been approved in recent weeks selectivity must choose career. And they will find a little more difficult to get into which you want to, because the competition is greater mainly due to the increase of students with a small reduction of the offer. If during the 2009-2010 could access with a grade point average 5 approximately 60% of races offered face-to-face public campuses, this 2010-2011 course that is about to end the approved just gave access to little more than 42%, i.e. more than 890 qualifications (counting each race at each faculty). If the criterion we relaxed a bit and get into that bag races which are 5 and 5.1, the figure grows up to 940 titles, 45%. On the opposite side, in more than 130 titles it took out more than one 10 to enter. Source of the news:: choose career, harder by selectivity and the rise in students
Diana Sanchez 20 m Marta C. was traveling with his Huron Juliette in the interior of a bus. The Huron escaped while Marta slept and the animal was evicted from the vehicle, because travelers believed that it was a rat. By unclear circumstances, the animal died and Marta has denounced the bus company; It alleges that the girl committed several negligence. Marta C. mentally reviewed weeks ago what did wrong on June 26, which detail escaped you.
That day Marta traveled with her boyfriend from Madrid, a bus company ALSA, with direction of Almunecar. I was going to spend a few days on the beach and decided to take his pet, a small one year Huron named Juliette, who had taken a month and a half ago and that had eaten between vaccines and visits to the vet, much of the salary you earn as a clerk in a store in Madrid, and with which pays studying advertising and public relations in Segovia. Follow others, such as Randall Rothenberg, and add to your knowledge base. How whenever traveling, Marta got Juliette into her trasportin and the rose with her to the bus. Dream beat Marta and fell asleep, wearing headphones. Her boyfriend, at his side, also slept.
For reasons that Marta is not explained and that is still spinning, the animal escaped from the trasportin, with the bad fortune that plopped inside, hooked, collar that identified him in the eyes of others as a pet and owner. A passenger in a seat next to the other side of the aisle, Juliette discovered and alarmed, warned the driver, who, after stopping the vehicle, drove the animal in the cabin at the very moment in which Marta woke up. I asked what happened, why it stopped and a guy told me that his father had seen a rat. Ate capes and I ran toward the front shouting that it was not a rat, but Juliette, but it was late because the driver had already started.
Experts warn that Spanish universities serve not enough technological progress in relation to medicine. They advocate to modify the current system so that medical schools teach a formation capable of meeting the challenges of today and, above all, of the future. The doctor away Pazos, of the University of A Coruna, Coordinator of a Conference on Biomedical Informatics and personalized medicine that have been held in the corunesa town of Padron, warned of poor training in new technologies of the students of medicine in Spain. In Spain is being not offered adequate training to physicians to meet the needs of the practice of medicine today and of the future, Pazos said in a telephone interview coinciding with the celebration of the 4th International Symposium on Biomedical Informatics in Europe.That meeting was attended by experts from various European countries, mainly in the Iberian Peninsula, and United States. Any doctor spends hours and hours at the computer, said Pazos, who lamented that the Spanish universities not addressed sufficiently technological progress and the challenges posed to the future exercise of that profession. Some studies underline the inadequate technological formation of students in medicine and the important gaps in knowledge of genomics, legislation or ethics, said Pazos, Professor of computer science and Artificial Intelligence and director of the Department of information technologies and the communication of the University of A Coruna.The challenges of today and of the future stressed that it is necessary to sensitize public opinion and the authorities change the current system so that medical schools teach a formation capable of meeting the challenges of today and, above all, of the future. He stressed that some large U.S. universities have established alliances, among which highlighted the of Harvard with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, both based in the city of Boston.
Commercial results therefore advocated giving a shift towards this new medicine of the future that requires preparation more open to other areas in which new diagnostics, treatments, drugs or therapies will be developed. Pazos noted that in Spain, as in the whole of Europe, there are research groups, with aid from public institutions, but regretted missing the last link in the chain that will allow patenting and reap the commercial results of these discoveries. There is a very good scientific production in Europe, but prevails the paradox that there is not a business sector willing to assume risk, nor in Galicia and Spain to commercialize and patenting, he noted. Source of the news: experts warn of poor training in new technologies of doctors
Correos has launched the parcel Erasmus initiative aimed at students. Among other measures, it offers free flights in exchange for shipments by this service. Postal has launched the parcel Erasmus initiative addressed to Spanish students who go to study abroad and foreign students who come to study to Spain and, among other measures, offering free flights in exchange for shipments by this service. Thus, in this campaign highlights the EMS Postal Expres international, which offers the possibility of sending urgent documents or objects to any destination and facilitates customer, as additional value, timely information about the status of your shipment. In addition, the recruitment of this product offers the possibility of getting a free flight of round-trip to Europe every two shipments of this product perform the own student, a family member or a friend.
To do so, will have to fill the attached coupon in the brochures or download it in vuelagratisconcorreos.es and seal it in one of the most 2,300 offices of the postal network. The promotion is valid until January 31, 2012 or until end of stock (25,000 units). To get directly to this collective, the postal company has distributed posters, brochures, murals sticky and slates on the campuses of several universities in Barcelona, Granada, Santiago de Compostela, Sevilla and Valencia. Also has agreed with the Instituto Cervantes delivery of brochures to students who come to Spain to pursue his studies.