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The new frontier of biometric access: the body odor

The Universidad Politécnica de Madrid has added to the biometric recognition tools already on the market, another ingredient: the body odor. Identification parameter that, according to the researchers may soon be used for a reliable recognition through personal characteristics and biological properties. So we’ll be able to filter people based …

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Stem cells may help fighting AIDS

dicembre 19, 2009 Biotechnology No Commenti

Cells

A study carried out by researchers at University of California in Los Angeles has demonstrated that, at least theoretically so far, it is possible to create, developing human blood stem cells, a particular type of modified cells that detect and kill cells infected with HIV virus. In practice, it will be like having a genetic virus, useful not only to fight AIDS, but also in the struggle against several chronic viral diseases.

The killer cell, called CD8, has been initially extracted from a patient infected with HIV, and the molecule which detects and kills infected cells has been identified. These modified cells are capable of killing only a small part of the viral cells present inside the human body.

To make them more numerous and stronger, they have been cloned by implanting them into mice, allowing for development of a range of cells which can locate and destroy other cells which contain HIV virus proteins.
The next step will involve testing of the system on a more advanced model, in order to be able to determine and predict the results on the human body.

So far, studies have given very positive potential results, and researchers hope to be able to broaden the range of action, to fight other viruses. In fact, these studies can be used as a starting point for further future developments, especially concerning the possibility of repairing a damaged immune system, after it has been damaged following an infection by a virus causing a chronic disease, or even following to some types of tumor.

The dream of human flight is now one step closer

dicembre 19, 2009 Technology No Commenti

Gryphon

As children, we all dreamed of being able to fly one day. Unfortunately this is not yet possible with our human capabilities, but thanks to military technology assisting paratroopers, those who want to feel the thrill of flying in a natural way and without an engine have the possibility of experiencing a feeling that is close to what birds might feel during flight.

All this thank to the Gryphon parachute, developed by the Spelco consortium, which also manufactures a wide range of equipment for parachuting, such as helmets and oxygen supplies.
Despite not being equipped with an engine, Gryphon sports an electronic guidance and navigation system, housed in a stealth type shell which makes it invisible for radars.

The flying parachute allows its user to glide in all directions (except upwards, of course) at a speed around 90 kilometers per hour. Gryphon’s project team have stated that this system is designed for high altitude and high opening missions, where a normal parachute is opened at high altitudes and used to glide downward.

Thanks to Gryphon and to its high maneuverability, it is now possible to achieve a 5:1 glide ratio, which means that, if a paratrooper jumps out of the plane at a 5000 meters altitude, he will be able to glide up to a distance of 25 kilometers.
A possibility for further improvement of the system might come from the application of a small engine to the Gryphon, which would allow it not only to glide downwards for a longer distance, but also to fly upwards.

By doing this, the ancient dream of finally being able to fly might be one step closer, at least for paratroopers of the 21st century!

How to understand if a mobile phone is bugged

dicembre 18, 2009 Technology No Commenti

Phone Bug

For those running a business where information is vital and it is also vital that the information stays confidential, the risk of being intercepted is always present. Modern technology offers a wide range of possibility to prying ears wishing to secretly listen to someone else’s conversations.

You will be certainly wondering “how to understand if my phone is bugged?”. there is no definite answer, as spy phones, even after a closer look, can not be told from a normal cellphone. Nowadays, thanks to the installation of a specific software, it is the phone itself which allows a third party to listen in real time to all your incoming or outgoing calls, as well as to read every sent or received text message, or listen to the conversations taking place around the phone, even while it is switched off!

Furthermore, if the spy phone is equipped with GPS navigation system, it can also send your position’s geographical coordinates at any time. All this happens thanks to a completely invisible piece of software, installed directly on the mobile phone’s processor, which does not give out any visible sign of activity and that can be controlled remotely via SMS.

So, if your phone is being bugged, the only way you have to find out is if the person who is spying on you gives out details that they may not possibly know if not by listening to your calls. If you think that something smells fishy, we can advise you to consult an expert of audio surveillance, for example Endoacustica with its several years of experience in this field.

Drones intercepted with a 25-dollar software

dicembre 18, 2009 Technology No Commenti

Drone

Iraqi insurgents have found an unlikely and cheap ally to fight the highly technological weapons deployed by the US Army in war zones of that country.

In spite of the billion dollars spent on the US military research for complicated reconnaissance and surveillance systems, these systems can be thwarted by a simple piece of software called SkyGrabber, used to download music and movies via satellite, which can be used not only to intercept leisure contents, but also to pick up transmissions send to the ground station from military UAVs.

In fact, some of these unmanned aircraft used for aerial video surveillance use unprotected transmission channels, which can be easily accessed by a mobile phone equipped with SkyGrabber, which would be able to see what the drone sees and react accordingly, thus neutralizing its job.

With the Obama administration, US forces are highly relying on usage of UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) in Iraq and Afghanistan, in order to minimize the risk for armed personnel, without losing control of areas where sending troops could be too risky either on a military or political standpoint.

Unfortunately this change of policy must deal with their enemies, who keep on finding cheap ways to fight the overwhelming military and financial superiority of the US forces. This latest method has been revealed by probing a rebel chief’s laptop, where a wide library of drone-shot movies was found.

Similar footage has been later found on other Shiite militants’ laptops, which lead analysts to think that there is a network using this method, probably financed by Iranian Shiites. To fight this menace, they are now working on an encryption system which would make interception impossible.

A robotic surgeon for open-heart surgery

dicembre 17, 2009 Biotechnology No Commenti

Robot Surgery

During heart surgery, the most difficult part is the one that involves stopping the heart from beating. This risk can be minimized thanks to usage of a robot technology, which can predict the movement of a beating heart, allowing tools to move accordingly, thus staying still if compared to the heart’s walls, and eliminating the risk of cutting in the wrong place.

The Robotics Lab of the French Montpellier University has developed a robot surgeon based on a three-dimension model that takes into consideration not only the movements of the patient’s heart, but also those of his chest.
The robotic arm will automatically and constantly adjust its position based on these movements.

Such an approach to the problem has been achieved via a mathematical representation of the moving surface of the heart, thus allowing for a 3D image which predicts the movements in a single phase, opposed to previous versions that were using a 2D model combined with several intermediate phases, which were slowing down its response.

Thanks to this system, the robot arms, which have now become essential in many types of surgery where precision is a must, will be able to operate in higher security conditions. In fact, despite their precision, they had trouble adjusting themselves to extremely variable conditions such as an open-heart surgery with a beating heart. Now, the operating surgeon will finally be able to concentrate on doing his job, instead of having to worry about the heart beating.

Benefits can be easily speculated, and we hope to see results in operations that require extreme accuracy levels, such as all kinds of heart surgery, as well as brain surgery.

Spying a mobile phone

dicembre 17, 2009 Technology No Commenti

listen

If you need to be reassured on your wife’s fidelity, or want to make sure that a business partner is trustworthy, you might have thought about eavesdropping their conversations; at this point the problem is, how to do it without raising any unnecessary attention.

Instead of using complicated and expensive radio devices to intercept these calls, the safest and most effective way is to turn the mobile phone into a listening device, by using a spy phone.

Thanks to is, you will not need to worry about the distance between you and the person under surveillance, as the phone itself will secretly inform you as soon as it is engaged in a call, either incoming or outgoing, allowing you to listen in real time; it will also send you a copy of any text message sent or received, without giving out any visible sign and leaving no tracks.

Spy phones, at first sight, look just like your normal phone. The difference lies on the inside, where a piece of software, absolutely invisible for its user, has been installed, which carries out the functions outlined above, and does it in an absolutely invisible way.

On top of this, thanks to a spy phone, you can also intercept conversations taking place around the phone, even while it is turned off!

Just call it from a preset number, and the phone will answer without lighting up its screen. The same thing happens when calls or messages are forwarded towards the same number. Furthermore, if the phone is equipped with a GPS positioning system, you will also be able to track down its user’s whereabouts at all times!

In short, a spy phone is your best friend in case you need to intercept some conversations, as it delivers a complete and constant surveillance, no matter how far is your unfaithful partner or spouse… and all this without trouble, as you just need to have your phone with you, and all you do is sit back and wait for the information.

It looks like a whale, but it can fly!

dicembre 17, 2009 Technology No Commenti

GlobalHawk

The UAS (Unmanned Aerial System) aircraft Global Hawk Block 40, manufactured by the California-based Northrop Grumman, leader in this specific field, has just flown its maiden flight, approximately two hours time, over a bright California sky.

Its configuration has been specifically designed to operate on a long range, at altitudes normally outside range for this kind of aircraft, while carrying a radar whose purpose is to support military aircraft operating in the area, while identifying fixed and mobile targets.

Global Hawk, with its peculiar shape that reminds of a whale, is capable of flying at an altitude of approximately 60000 feet (over 18000 meters), for around 32 hours at a speed of almost 340 knots. Thanks to its radar, it can detect targets with all weather conditions, even the most extreme, in rough and inhospitable war zones, without putting anyone’s life at risk.

This HALE (High Altitude, Long Endurance) system is automatically operated through a software controlled by a ground based pilot, who is sending not flight commands but operating instructions to the on-board computer. Based on these instructions, the program will only intervene when necessary; otherwise the flight will carry on as per a preset flight program.

This electronic control also covers takeoff and landing, allowing pilots and ground operators to concentrate only on the mission and not on flight operations.

When fully loaded, this unmanned aircraft weighs over 16000 kilos, half of which is made up of lightweight composite material, while the fuselage is an aluminum monocoque.

Eavesdropping

dicembre 15, 2009 Biotechnology No Commenti

Covert

Those who do not live in Italy and do not follow Italian affairs may not be completely familiar with details of the several bills that the Berlusconi government is presenting to the Parliament in order to have them approved. The talk might go on for days concerning whether they are politically legitimate or not, but sure enough some of them are controversial, to say the least, and have been raising more than one eyebrow.

For example, the one that has caused the widest outrage, along with the Alfano Law, which was supposed to protect the holders of the four highest offices in Italy (and incidentally, the prime Minister himself) from any trial, and that has been rejected by the Supreme Court, was the possible bill about telephone and environmental eavesdropping within the framework of criminal investigation.

Had this bill passed, the district attorneys would have seen their hands almost tied during the investigation phase of the trial, as they would have been able to authorize planting covert bugs only when serious clues are present, and not in case of presence of a limited number of clues as the current law says. This is not valid for organized crime and terrorism, and for any crime which could be punished with sentences longer than 5 years; for these crimes, the current legislation would still be applicable.

Another aspect that would be dramatically limited is the duration of the interception operation, which is limited to a maximum of two months (that is, one month plus two additional 15-day terms) which undoubtedly is too short a time to gather substantial and incontrovertible evidence to prove a defendant’s possible guilt (or his innocence), especially if financial misgivings are involved; incidentally, financial crimes are those that have put Berlusconi in hot water.

But what undoubtedly would make the current Italian Prime Minister a happy man is the part of this bill which forbids publication of any documentation concerning preliminary investigations, or even the ban on informing the public opinion on any warrant received by a defendant. Considering the limitations inflicted to investigations, there would not be much time to issue one, and should a judge be able to do it, it would no longer be possible to report this simple fact on a magazine or newspaper, thus keeping the general public unaware of any crime committed by their representatives.

Should a journalist publish such acts, or any excerpts from eavesdropped conversations, he could be fined or even jailed, while if a judge makes any comment on ongoing investigations or proceedings, he could even be stripped of his office. In short, not only investigations would be thwarted, but the public’s right to be informed (and to make their choice at the polling station based on this information) would suffer a severe blow.

Telephone interception, in the past, has helped catch dangerous criminals, as well as preventing financial crime, with an immediate benefit not only for public security, but, notably, for the State’s finances.

Therefore, it is just fair to ask ourselves who would really be benefiting from such a bill being passed, if not those with something to hide from the law, or those who fear that the content of their eavesdropped conversations would harm them if made public.

And among these people, as you can easily learn from newspapers worldwide, the most notable one is, incidentally, the person who is governing Italy since years.

Find your way back home safely, thanks to your cellphone

dicembre 9, 2009 Technology No Commenti

Walk Back Home

If you find yourself in a city that you don’t know, you may happen to take a wrong turn and, along with losing your way, you might end up on the wrong side of town, where you could have unpleasant encounters and your safety might be at risk. If the city in question is San Francisco or Washington, though, a GPS system comes to the rescue, giving us directions to reach our destination without going through dangerous neighborhoods.

This system, called Stumble Safely, has been developed by a software house based in Washington, a city where crime rate is always on the rise, and is based on a range of data including addresses of bars and nightlife venues, public transport locations, and crime statistics based on the crime location.

In short, by gathering in real time the data coming from the city police database, and by matching the data against the nightlife database, the system is able to give you advice on whether or not you should go to a certain bar tonight, or drive on a certain road on your way back home.

This risk location system allows its users to display in real time, on their smartphone or PC, any dangerous situations nearby; it also informs them about open venues and provides useful info such as taxi companies numbers, open pharmacies, police stations and so on.

For the moment this system is being tested in San Francisco and Washington DC, but should the test be successful, it would surely be a useful tool to enjoy an evening out with friends or come back home (or rather, stumble) safely after a day at work or a night shift.

Electronic voice changers

dicembre 9, 2009 Technology No Commenti

Voice Changer

Living in the age of telecommunications and of information accessible to anyone anywhere, means that often we may find ourselves facing unpleasant situations, caused for example by the fact that our phone number may end up in the wrong hands due to the extreme accessibility of data for those in the know.

To protect us from any possible intrusion of our private life that takes place by phone, the most common solution is changing your phone number or having it removed from public directories. This solution though, aside from being inconvenient if you are using your phone for work and have to inform all your contacts about your new number, still has a degree of risk, as a smart detective could easily trace your number.

Instead of changing your number, you can think about changing your voice! All you need is a small electronic device, connected to your landline or mobile phone, and you will be able to pretend that you are someone else.

Thanks to an electronic voice changer, in fact, it is possible to select preset options, to make your voice sound like a man, a woman, an older person or a kid, as you like.

All this happens in a completely natural way and without metallic sounds, as the voice changer works on the different frequency ranges of the human voice, altering the pitches thanks to an algorithm which changes the voice without peaks that may sound artificial. Furthermore, it is also possible to add sound effects like a barking dog, a crying infant or a doorbell ringing, giving you an excuse to close an unwanted call.

To save you from creditors, sales people, ex boyfriends who just don’t get it, instead of changing your address or your phone number, just change your voice!

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