Researchers have invented a microbial ink from 'a bacterium genetically modified to 3D print. (Photo Credit: DR)
-3D printing with still microbial . Researchers have successfully 3D printed using an ink made by genetically engineered e-Coli bacteria . Neel Joshi, associate professor at Northeastern University in Boston, altered the genome of the bacteria so that they could produce nanofibers. These can be concentrated and printed in a 3D structure. This microbial ink can be used in particular to manufacture drugs against cancer.
- OVHCloud and Atos strengthen their ties . After the partnership announced in January 2021 around the trusted cloud, Atos has decided to extend its OneCloud Sovereign Shield offering to OVHCloud. This offer will offer data as a service solutions promoted by the Roubaix firm and Atos security tools. In addition, joint R&D work will be carried out, for example, on testing Bull Sequana S servers in the OVH bare
- The European Council validates the DMA and DSA . The heads of state and government of the member states have agreed on the main lines of the two future regulations. The Digital Market Act and the Digital Service Act aim to regulate the behavior of digital platforms and the content offered. France has declared itself satisfied with this agreement and will be in charge of negotiations with the European Parliament on the adoption of these texts by taking thePresidency of the European Union on January 1. There is no doubt that the already very intense lobbying of Gafa on these projects will increase in the coming months.