The dialysis machine, which has saved the lives of millions of patients suffering from kidney failure, was developed by Dr. Willem Kolff in 1943. As we mark the 80th anniversary of this medical innovation, we invite you to look back at the history of this revolutionary invention.
The Global Industrie show opens its doors in Lyon, it is a show dedicated to innovations in service and industrial robotics. This annual event confirms the city's ambitions in the field of robotics.
It's been more than 50 years since the barcode, with its 24 strokes symbolizing 13 digits, has been widely used on consumer products. But this symbol, well known by consumers, will disappear from packaging by 2027 and be replaced by a QR Code. We explain what this will change for you.
Every year, touchscreen tablets are a big part of Santa's gift basket. If your child has asked for and received this type of gift, it's up to you to help them make good use of it. We've listed 5 rules you need to know to help kids get the most out of their tablets... without abusing them!
Non-Newtonian fluids are substances with amazing physical and chemical properties. Under the appearance of fluids almost as liquid as water, this type of fluid has the particularity to become solid when a sufficiently strong pressure is exerted on it.
If you work on a computer, you are probably used to cleaning your screen and keyboard. But have you thought about removing the dust that accumulates inside your computer? We explain why and how to dust your computer.
A medical device designed to support the lower back, the lumbar belt can provide relief in many cases, especially if you are pregnant or have to carry heavy loads. We suggest you discover when and how to wear this orthopedic device.
The function keys sit at the top of computer keyboards. But do you know exactly what they can be used for? We suggest you discover the secrets of the F1 to F12 keys on your keyboard.
When we talk about the digital revolution, the first names that come to mind are invariably Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. However, many women have made major contributions in this field. On this International Women's Rights Day, we suggest you (re)discover three women who have marked the history of computing.
As the holiday season approaches, you may be planning to send packages to friends and family who live far away. But did you know that the cardboard boxes used for these shipments, even if they are recyclable, are not without impact on the environment? To address this issue, the young Norman start-up Hipli has developed a package that can be reused up to 100 times.