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DateDate: 17-11-2017, 05:55

UFOologist Scott Waring said that all UFOs disappeared without a trace from the Earth. This could mean that the aliens suddenly left the Earth.
The alien hunter focused on the fact that during the last week no signals from aliens were recorded. Waring suggested that all alien ships, along with extraterrestrial beings, left the Earth. Earlier, the ufologist said that a second stage of the planet's capture is expected soon.
According to this version, aliens had to capture the leading countries in the first place, so that others simply felt helpless. Other researchers are slow to comment on the statement about the absence of aliens on Earth. American scientist George Leibn said this: "Aliens do not know anything about us, so there is no point in commenting on anything."

DateDate: 17-11-2017, 05:52

Meizu has expanded its line of accessories with an unusual cable for charging smartphones. Unusual it that has LED-backlight on the connector USB Type-C or microUSB (two versions), which is designed to improve the convenience of connection (do not have to randomly "poke" in the dark). The length of the cable from nylon is 1 m, and the connector itself is made of aluminum alloy with protection from scratches. The cost of the cable with the microUSB connector was 59 yuan (540 rubles), and with the USB Type-C - 69 yuan (630 rubles). While the novelty is available for sale in silver and only in China.

DateDate: 17-11-2017, 05:50
Apple's best flagship this year was the iPhone X, which is equipped with the latest technology. The most advanced mobile device from Samsung this year was Galaxy Note 8, which has advanced hardware. Two of these smartphones are the best among all their colleagues on Android and iOS, so their comparison can be called a "battle of the Titans", because in fact it is it.
Today, the famous YouTube channel user PhoneBuff has compared the speed of the iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in real conditions to determine the winner once and for all. To this end, he, as always, used standard comparison conditions. The same applications were run on two flagships in the same sequence, and in the first stage it was done from a permanent flash memory, while on the second one it was from an operative flash memory.
Recall that the smartphone iPhone X installed top 6-core processor Apple A11 Bionic, supplemented with 3 GB of RAM. The flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is equipped with the Snapdragon 835 chipset (in the US) or the Exynos 8895 (Europe), complemented immediately by 6 GB of RAM. The results of the experiment were incredible, since the South Korean flagship, possessing a more powerful "iron", lost to its main competitor in general speed, but far from everything. With the launch of applications from permanent flash memory, iPhone X coped faster for 10 seconds, while Samsung Galaxy Note 8 won the memory when running the same programs and games. It is obvious that the victory was immediately provided to the South Korean flagship with 6 GB of RAM, which allows him Support the work of more applications in the background. The new smartphone Apple, as part of the test, downloaded some programs not from RAM, but from a constant, which took precious minutes.
To make a conclusion from the comparison is very simple: the iPhone X works faster than Samsung Galaxy Note 8 only due to the more powerful top processor Apple A11 Bionic and optimization of the iOS operating system, while the South Korean flagship copes better with everyday tasks due to more RAM.

DateDate: 17-11-2017, 05:47

Erik Gatenholm, smiling broadly, presses the "start" button on a 3D printer programmed to print a full-sized human nose.
The printer starts a painstaking job, which stretches for 30 minutes. All this time, a thin metal needle with a quiet hum buzzer over a Petri dish, distributing light blue ink in a programmed order.
From the side it resembles the work of a high-tech sewing machine, weaving a pattern on clothes.
But soon the pattern begins to grow and swell, and the nose, created from the biochernil, which contain real human cells, is formed on the glass. It shines brightly in the ultraviolet light.
This is a three-dimensional bio-print, a process that seemed to come to us from the world of science fiction.
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Now the main goal of this work is to create cartilage and skin cells, which can be used to test medicines and cosmetics.
28-year-old Гатенхольм it is assured, that in 20 years with the help of this technology bodies for transplantation to people will be created.
Gatenholm is the head and co-founder of a small Swedish company Cellink. It appeared in Gothenburg just a year ago and has already become a world leader in the field of biopress. But Gatenholm does not intend to stop there.
"From the very beginning, we set ourselves the goal to change the world of medicine - neither much nor little, we wanted our technology to appear in every laboratory in the world," he says.
At the university, Gatenholm studied management. For the first time about the technology of three-dimensional biopress, he learned three years ago from his father Paul Gatenholme - a teacher of chemistry and technology for creating biopolymers at Chalmers Technical University in Gothenburg.
The entrepreneurial flair of Gatenholme prompted him that the market of biochernil - the liquid for printing, consisting of human cells - is practically not occupied.
In Cellink, these inks are made from cellulose produced in the forests of Sweden and alginic acid, which is obtained from seaweed.
In 2014 for the production of biochernil, scientific research was required, and the substance was made in small portions. It was impossible to buy them on the Internet.
But Gatenholme had a plan to promote biochernil technology, developed at Chalmers University. His company was the first in the world to start selling standardized ink through the Internet, which can be mixed with any type of cell.
In addition to ink, he also began to sell affordable 3D printers.
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Biochernil is a fluid in which human cells can live
The flash of inspiration in Gatenholme happened in 2015, when he was 25 years old. It was then that he, along with a student at Chalmers University, Hector Martinez, founded Cellink.
The company quickly appeared a lot of investors. Within 10 months, she placed her shares on the First North exchange, a subdivision of Nasdaq for small companies. The total value of the company as a result amounted to 16.8 million dollars.
In the first year of its existence, the company's turnover amounted to $ 1.5 million. Now she has 30 employees, three offices in the US, in addition to the head office in Sweden. The company's clients are located in 40 countries.
"We said that we want to develop the company, and from the very first day the business was global, we understand that our customers are everywhere," he says.
CellinkThe owner of the illustrationCELLINK
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Cellink opens an office in Boston
The cost of biochronicles varies from 9 to 299 dollars, and the company sells printers from 10 thousand to 39 thousand dollars. The majority of buyers are universities and research centers in the USA, Asia and Europe. Among them are the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University and the University College of London.
But pharmaceutical companies are also increasingly turning to Cellink technologies for the development of their products. They conduct tests on bioprocessed human tissues, which, perhaps, will allow to reduce the number of experiments conducted on animals over time.
The company believes that there are several explanations for such rapid global growth. Among them - access to existing technologies for 3D printers, active activity of the company on the Internet through video and social networks, as well as meetings with customers.
"We go to the client, we spend many days with him, we train him to make sure he knows how everything works, and it is thanks to this time spent with the client that you understand his true needs," he notes.
Ear printingAvailor illustrationCELLINK
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The enchanting rise of Cellink was not without difficulties and contradictions
Adviser on investments in the biomedical industry Iris Orne says that the success of Cellink owes much to the confidence and friendliness of Gatenholme.
"When you meet Eric, you think - this guy will succeed regardless of what the companies founded by him will do," she says.
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DateDate: 17-11-2017, 05:45

WhatsApp developers in the new beta version of the messenger simplified the exchange of voice messages in the push-to-talk mode, which appeared in the appendix in 2013 and since then has undergone almost no changes.
After updating WhatsApp, users will be able to record voice messages without holding the record button clamped for as long as they dictate the message to their subscriber, WABetaInfo informs.
According to the publication, soon after pressing the record button on it will appear a lock image, meaning that the button can no longer be held.
In addition, during the recording you will be able to view the correspondence in the chat. At the same time, switching to other chat rooms will not be possible - this will lead to disabling the recording, and the message will have to be re-typed.
Recall that the ability to exchange short voice messages is also implemented in the messenger Telegram and Viber.