VdK care study: There is also a lot of stress in home care

VdK care study: There is also a lot of stress in home care

A new study by the VdK community association shows that many people looking after their relatives at home are under a lot of stress. Nevertheless, a number of assistance services under the nursing care insurance remain unused. Why? Dr. Andreas Büscher is Professor of Nursing at the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences and Scientific Director … Read more

China Science Investigation – Research analyzes of over 350,000 scientific studies

China Science Investigation – Research analyzes of over 350,000 scientific studies

Chinese scientific investigation (follow the money) Universities and scientists from all over Europe actively cooperate with Chinese military institutions. The Chinese leadership is using the knowledge gained from joint research to strategically modernize the military. This is the result of joint research by the Dutch investigative platform Follow the Money with the non-profit research center … Read more

Permanent lighting at night: YES, light pollution is dangerous for animals

Permanent lighting at night: YES, light pollution is dangerous for animals

downside to lighting Light pollution harms animals 17/05/2022, 08:42 (update) In many places, night turns into day: churches and monuments are lit, stadiums are lit, and street lamps shine brightly. Light pollution is an often underestimated threat with devastating consequences for wildlife and biodiversity. The trend towards permanent night lighting is torture for many animals. … Read more

Lighting downside: light pollution is torture for animals

Permanent lighting at night: YES, light pollution is dangerous for animals

downside to lighting Light pollution harms animals 05/16/2022 07:23 In many places, night turns into day: churches and monuments are lit, stadiums are lit, and street lamps shine brightly. Light pollution is an often underestimated threat with devastating consequences for wildlife and biodiversity. The trend towards permanent night lighting is torture for many animals. The … Read more

Nobel Prize for mRNA vaccine? Complicating the jury’s decision

Nobel Prize for mRNA vaccine?  Complicating the jury’s decision

Updated 09/29/2021 at 13:05 Alfred Nobel did not make things easier for posterity: the record in his will balances the awarding of the Nobel Prize each year. This time, one question in particular arises: is mRNA vaccine research recognized in the fight against the crown? More topics related to science and technology can be found … Read more

Research on corona vaccination may save from further disasters

Research on corona vaccination may save from further disasters

Updated 04/12/2021 at 11:57 AM In the fight against Corona, more than 100 vaccines are currently being researched. Why is it so important and what could be improved in the near future. You can find more research topics here In Germany, the COVID-19 vaccines from Astrazeneca, Biontech / Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are … Read more

Fast construction: this is how a house is made from a 3D printer

Fast construction: this is how a house is made from a 3D printer

Updated 6/12/2021 at 14:03 Europe’s largest house from a 3D printer is ready. How exactly does the structure work? How stable is a 3D-printed house? How long does printing take and what are the costs? More topics related to science and technology can be found here Prostheses, auto parts, prototypes for industry, and even steaks … Read more

Vision from Star Trek: Can you travel faster than light? Scientists say so

Vision from Star Trek: Can you travel faster than light?  Scientists say so

Updated on 12/17/2021 at 9:31 AM Science fiction shows us how: in series like Star Trek, spaceships go faster than light. According to the theory of relativity, this cannot and cannot be the case. Is there still a way? Scientists say so. You can find more knowledge topics here He clearly defined the physical boundaries … Read more

Multiple Sclerosis: Late Effects of Frequent Viral Infection?

Multiple Sclerosis: Late Effects of Frequent Viral Infection?

The Epstein-Barr virus is the leading cause of multiple sclerosis – and possibly a necessary condition, according to a new study. Early vaccination could possibly protect. However, the expert insists on caution. More topics related to science and technology can be found here The suspicion has been around for a long time, but now a … Read more

Nutrition – WWF Study: Knife and Fork Biodiversity Conservation – Economics

Nutrition – WWF Study: Knife and Fork Biodiversity Conservation – Economics

Berlin (dpa) – Be it controversial palm oil or cheap meat with questionable climate balance – it is well known that some foods are not good for the CO2 footprint. But how does the average German diet affect biodiversity? A new study by the environmental organization WWF sheds light on the footprint we leave in … Read more