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Is an invisibility cloak possible?

Slovak scientists are working on making objects ‘disappear’ behind a magnetic field Slovak researchers, along with their colleagues from NASA, are working on the creation of an “invisibility cloak” capable of fully hiding objects in front of a magnetic field, Fedor Gömöry from the Institute of Electrical Engineering of the Slovak Academy of Sciences (IEE… Keep Reading

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Czechs have potential to be nano-science world leader

Deputy Prime Minister Bělobrádek praises progress in the nano field The Czech Republic may become a world leader in nanotechnologies, Deputy Prime Minister Pavel Bělobrádek, in charge of science, research and innovations told a conference on Czech nano-science. “Nanotechnologies have an enormous potential. We are lucky that some Czech firms and researchers are active in… Keep Reading

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PAL-V: The First Flying Car Sales Started

The First Flying Car Company to Start Selling its Commercial Models RAAMSDONKSVEER, The Netherlands, February 13, 2017 – PRNewswire This week, flying car manufacturer PAL-V has officially started the sales of its commercial models, the Liberty Pioneer and Liberty Sport. The first commercial flying car in the world is now a fact. Images of the… Keep Reading

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Apple Museum opens in Prague

Items from largest private collection of Apple products are on display A museum opened in Prague with items from the largest private collection of Apple products from 1976 up to 2012. Apple Museum Where: Husova 21, Prague 1 When: Opened Dec. 17. Daily 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The collection includes items from Steve… Keep Reading


European tech companies form alliance

New group will be a resource for governments and institutions A group of high-tech companies announced the formation of the European Tech Alliance, designed as a resource for European governments and EU institutions to help the industry scale up and create jobs in Europe, the group said in a press release. Two Czech-based antivirus and… Keep Reading


Flying car Aeromobil prototype crashes in Slovakia

Inventor has been working on Jetsons-type vehicle for 25 years Bratislava, May 9 (ČTK) — The prototype of a unique flying car crashed in Nitra, west Slovakia, on Friday, but its pilot and inventor Štefan Klein suffered only light injuries since he activated a parachute in time, Slovak media have reported. When the engine was… Keep Reading


Norway funds project to monitor forests

New software will ensure fast processing of satellite data for developing countries Norway and FAO have signed a NOK 35 million (around $4.5 million) partnership agreement to improve the capacity of developing countries to monitor and report on their forest resources and changes in forest area. The project will facilitate countries’ access to earth observation… Keep Reading

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