why San Martín de los Andes became the Silicon Valley of Patagonia

San Martín de los Andes can already boast of being the first city “100% crypto” of the country: 60% of the community already seems to know that this type of digital assets are used to make purchases and a 40% of their businesses already accept bitcoin. This week there was a very important news in […]

“The meadows are my babies … Everything has been taken away”

Posted on Sunday, July 25, 2021 at 3:53 p.m. By Yves Bastin The floods did not only devastate houses, factories or schools and bereaved families: agricultural land also suffered in the furrows of the Hoëgne and the Vesdre. On the Membach side, Hubert Larondelle and his wife were also impacted by the floods of last […]

Microsoft gives icons a facelift for Sun Valley

Members of the Windows Insiders program have spotted a change in the icons for the Windows 10 Sun Valley beta. After several years of keeping old icons that have sometimes become unnecessary or obsolete, Microsoft has chosen to offer a facelift to these to better integrate them into the new version of its system. It […]

Why do thousands of birds mysteriously die in the United States?

In the southwest of the United States, birds mysteriously fall from the sky. Since August 20, hundreds of thousands of migratory birds have been found dead in the states of New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona and Texas. On social networks, residents share images of corpses discovered in their garden or on hiking trails. According to the […]

Rift Valley fever: an example of the fight against emerging viral diseases

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, research to better understand emerging diseases and zoonoses, infectious pathologies transmissible from animals to humans, has never been more important. Rift Valley fever (RVF) is a zoonotic viral disease found mainly in parts of Africa, Mayotte and the Arabian Peninsula. It mainly affects cattle, causing waves of miscarriages and high […]