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DateDate: 30-11-2018, 06:02


 
Personal non-material and proprietary rights to the invention belong to the author, and are protected according to the norms of the current legislation.
Of the many ideas that users are trying to present on the "Innovator" platform, the moderation presents the most unique and innovative ones. And here in this presentation will be presented another innovative idea, which has no analogues. It carries in itself both an entertaining component, and a public estimation of individuality, which will be described below.
So, from childhood and adolescence, probably the majority felt the situation on themselves, when without their own interference, outside people, friends, classmates or classmates call and come up with nicknames. This, in the majority, is done "behind the back" of this or that person. Also, the nicknames, for the most part, do not bear the positive reaction of the person who was nicknamed.
The innovative mobile application "Smart nickname" is basically its functionality, it helps to organize and set up this process so that it is open for both people who come up with nicknames and for the people who receive these nicknames. That is, nicknames can now be chosen, adjusted and changed. And it will all be open, and negative emotions in this matter will practically be absent. Below is an example of the work of this startup.
Registration will be absent. When selecting a nickname, users will need to enter a series of data. And the more this data will be, the more accurate the result will be. That is, users can enter the name, name, occupation and other data, and then the result will be received.
The final data that this mobile application will provide, can be used for personal purposes, as well as in public. This means that a smart nickname can be automatically attached to profiles and accounts in social networks and instant messengers of any user who has decided to select his smart nickname and leave it for public use.
This service will openly assign nicknames, which will reduce the negative consequences of this process, since this process will be open and accessible to everyone. Also quite interesting will be comic and game component, which will increase the audience of users.
This idea is open for both investment and full redemption.
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DateDate: 30-11-2018, 05:57
The nanotechnology development company UbiQD, Inc., based in New Mexico, has released its first commercial product quantum dot film for greenhouses UbiGro.
“We have developed a safer, more budget and reliable technology of quantum dots and apply it on films for greenhouses. Before that, we used a film that converted shortwave ultraviolet radiation into longwave. During the experiments, films with quantum dots contributed to an increase in crop yields by more than 10%, as well as improved quality, ”said Matt Bergren, head of the UbiQD product department.
UbiGro with quantum dots is a modified luminescent film. It is installed above crops in greenhouses and contributes to better growth and development of plants. Currently, nanofilms are installed in five commercial greenhouses in New Mexico, Oregon and Colorado, where growers grow tomatoes, cucumbers, cannabis and hemp.
Photo 1. In the United States have developed a film with quantum dots for greenhouses
According to Mr. Bergren, almost every aspect of greenhouse farming is optimized and precisely controlled. And sunlight varies in color and intensity depending on the season and climate. Today, the only way to control the spectrum of light in a greenhouse is expensive, additional lighting. The UbiGro film contains copper-based quantum dots that adapt the spectrum of sunlight for optimized crop growth, transforming portions of ultraviolet, blue, and green sunlight into an orange glow.
In November of this year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) granted UbiQD permission to start large-scale commercial production of quantum dots.