mi+dtv: Three news in three minutes: TRILOGY: the Future Internet
06 November 2011
This week mi+dtv will discuss the effect of bilingualism in Alzheimer disease; TRILOGY project for a safer Internet; and new activities on Science Week 2011. The news about TRILOGY project highlights research conducted by a scientific institution within Madrid’s science and technology system.
Bilingualism and Alzheimer
Canadian Researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital have found that people who speak two or more languages require twice as much brain damage to show symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.
TRILOGY: the Future Internet
With YouTube reaching 3 billion views per day and 2 days’ worth of uploaded videos every minute in 2011, Internet traffic has reached unprecedented figures. Demand, coupled with increasing security threats, has led to a decrease in bandwidth availability and has, at times, cast doubt over the strength of Internet design altogether.
Science Week 2011
Over the next two weeks, and thanks to the participation of over 600 entities within the Madrid region, the current edition of Science Week will present about 700 activities free of charge and open to the general public…
More information available at mi+d’s media library: mediateca mi+d: mi+dtv.
mi+dtv is a project initiated by the Madri+d system to foster the public communication of science & technology. Every Monday, the mi+dtv space offers a video overview of three of the most relevant news on science and technology that were generated during the week.
Speaker: José Antonio López Guerrero
News: (in Spanish only)
Bilingüismo y Alzheimer
TRILOGY: Internet del Futuro
Semana de la Ciencia 2011
http://www.madrimasd.org/informacionidi/madrimasd-tv/default.asp (in Spanish)