Internet, shops, tobacconists: CBD is still popular – Natura Sciences

Internet shops tobacconists CBD is still popular Natura Sciences

At the beginning of January, the Council of State authorized the sale of hemp flowers and leaves loaded with CBD. Tobacconists rely on this plant to adapt to the decline in tobacco-related sales, in the face of competition from specialized stores. The CBD market represents 1 billion euros in revenue per year. In this context, … Read more

Radiotherapy: alleviating fears through virtual reality – Sciences et Avenir

The machine is massive, its big articulated arm with six degrees of movement, impressive. The Cyberknife, that’s its name, is a radiosurgery robot designed by a Californian company, capable of rotating around the patient to better target the target organs and reduce the dose of X-rays received by the organs at risk. But because being … Read more

Speed ​​race to take a position on the space internet – Sciences et Avenir

Speed ​​race to take a position on the space internet

Satellite internet, already a commercial reality, will see competition intensify with the planned deployment of thousands of low-Earth orbiting craft, meant to bring broadband around the world without the cumbersome infrastructure on the ground. Amazon took a decisive step on Tuesday in the deployment of its Kuiper constellation, with a budget of more than 10 … Read more

Is an AI conscious? “We are caught in our own trap” – Sciences et Avenir

It’s a scenario that has become classic in science fiction films: an artificial intelligence becomes conscious. That the protagonist falls in love with it as in Her or that the AI ​​pushes humans towards death as in 2001, a space odyssey, this theme has been fantasizing for a long time. The latest debate to date, … Read more

Festival Palais Augmented 2: virtual art occupies the space of reality – Sciences et Avenir

Festival Palais Augmented 2 virtual art occupies the space of

Alchemy and collective energy: vibrating together in a vast museum universe, interacting with works of art that mysteriously take shape in space during a stroll guided by smartphone… This alchemy is at the heart of the 2th edition of the Augmented Palace, a festival dedicated to creations made using immersive technologies. It reflects the intention … Read more

Listen to our Cogitons Sciences podcast: Alexandre Tisserant, from computing to nanosatellites [Des ingénieurs qui cassent la routine #1] | Engineering Techniques

Welcome to the 10th episode of Cogitons Sciences, the podcast that deciphers the challenges of science! We spoke with Alexandre Tisserant, CEO of the French company Kinéis, which plans to launch a constellation of nanosatellites. Our guest told us about his atypical career, from his studies as an engineer specializing in computer science, to his … Read more

A major breakthrough towards the quantum internet – Sciences et Avenir

Researchers have taken a key step towards an ultra-secure quantum internet, by creating a rudimentary network for exchanging information by three-time teleportation, they revealed in a study on Wednesday. A quantum internet – which should not see the light of day for ten years – will be a large-scale network connecting users via new applications … Read more