Curiosities of the week: gravity waves, discrimination, and a great game
What interesting stuff is online this week? We sometimes miss interesting information or trendy apps. Gemius business analyst Dominik Wieprzowski has prepared a news roundup for people who like to keep up to date.
This series, compiling interesting facts of the week, covers numerous useful or useless but still interesting topics found online. Those who missed the previous episode can still find it on our website. Today, we present another batch of interesting news bits.
Eureka – they saw it! The observation of gravity waves was the biggest news in the world of science this week; everyone even slightly interested in scientific development should read the BBC article.
Why should we watch what we put up online? Unfortunately, more and more people are carelessly sharing information which can be used against them. See why you shouldn’t share things like your boarding pass.
An electromagnetic car suspension to not only improve driving comfort, but provide many other advantages? It sounds like a dream – but despite getting great results, it has been put on hold because of the extra pounds Americans are carrying.
Are you curious about microcontrollers? Then this article about a new chip that could conquer the market is for you!
It’s male discrimination in its basest form! Why men are getting denied flexible working hours and off-site work.
The power of science is making sporting event TV broadcasts that much better. See how technology can improve your reception.
The next batch of interesting facts is coming soon!