Vaguely reminiscent of the Egyptian cat-like goddess Nude Bastet Japanese T-Robot works... a merchandiser (a distributor of goods) in a supermarket.
Putting a nuclear reactor into operation takes years. The nuclear power industry branches into hundreds of directions, where each: from the separation of uranium isotopes to the choice of a coolant is a reason to defend a PhD. Is it possible to talk about simplifying technologies and increasing production rates with the help of 3D printing in one of the most difficult areas of science? American scientists say: Why not? and they offer to wait with bated breath for the world's first reactor with a 3D-printed core.
Plastic from China, the USA, Indonesia and many other countries, carried away by sea currents, accumulates in the center of the ocean as a Large Pacific garbage patch. According to environmentalists, it already covers a space of more than 1.5 million km ^ 2 and contains from 10 to 100 kg of plastic per square kilometer.
To pump up the brain and body, learn how to control objects with the power of thought, create your own 3D copy and immerse yourself in digital reality, learn more about cyborg people and communicate with anthropomorphic robots - this and much more will be able to guests and participants of the first and most massive in Russia International Festival of ideas and technologies Rukami within the track Man. For just two days — August 31 and September 1 — inventors and technology enthusiasts from all over the country will gather in Moscow to exchange ideas and find inspiration for new projects.
"I don't quite understand you," the Engineer said. - You're talking about an artificial universe. Can you do it? To close the space and time around a specific mass? Are you kidding? It's very difficult (Clifford Simak, Space Engineers).