Category: Green Technology

Microsoft’s Underwater Data Centers Use Less Power And Record 8 Times Fewer Errors Than Land-based Ones

Earlier this summer, marine specialists uncovered a ship-container-sized data center covered in algae, barnacles and sea anemones from the seafloor of Scotland’s Orkney Islands. The recovery launched the final phase of a multi-year effort that demonstrated that the subsea data center concept is feasible, as well as practical from a logistical, environmental and economic point

Spanish Researchers Design A Device That Allows “seeing” Coronavirus On Surfaces

The Carlos III Health Institute subsidizes with half a million euros the research of a prototype that allows the rapid and non-contact analysis of surfaces contaminated by SARS-CoV-2, combining image acquisition systems in the entire optical and terahertz range ( submillimeter range) and its analysis with Artificial Intelligence. The objective is the design of a

Recompute: Green Computer.

Computers are very good, thanks to them we have been able to advance in various fields but as often happens not everything is good. Those same machines that make it easier for us to continue developing experiments, research, work and a long etcetera are also a very important source of waste, some quite complicated to

In India, One Million Plastic Bags Are Recycled On Every Kilometer Of Road

Professor Rajagopalan Vasudevan, dean and professor of chemistry at Masurai’s Thiagarajar College of Engineering, nicknamed “Plastic man”, has developed a new method that uses low-grade polymers or plastic waste to manufacture asphalt. For every kilometer of new road they use the equivalent of a million plastic bags. This type of asphalt is also 8% cheaper