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Solar cars: with Archimede you can

Solar cars: a dream? That of Futurosolare which is working to create it with the Archimede project, with which it aims to participate also in the “World Solar Challenge 2015“. With zero state aid, but many contributions from local companies, Vincenzo di Bella tells how, as soon as the tests are finished, they will take the cars around from Syracuse for a "parade" in 9 stages and 1.
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Caper: characteristics and cultivation

The Capparis spinosa plant is the caper plant, from which we get those flower buds that we use in many recipes to give flavor. The flowering period of Capparis is late spring when the first buds begin to appear and continue throughout the summer season. including the one called Spinosa, typical of Mediterranean areas like ours and very popular because of its more than edible buds.
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Smartphone: energy efficiency mission

We cannot completely break our link with fossil fuels, what we can do, however, is to reduce our CO2 footprint, paradoxically it is an electric device that will help us do it, we are talking about the smartphone. According to research conducted by a team of Canadian scholars, a weapon to combat climate change is already at hand, they are our portable devices.
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In Italy, the first European renewable energy station

There is talk of sustainable mobility, electric cars and charging stations. With all this talk, concrete actions are finally arriving and the first fast charging station that uses renewable energy is inaugurated in Europe. The station is located in the province of Latina, right here in Italy. Electric mobility needs its springboard, on several occasions the autonomous houses themselves have thought about it.
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Medicinal herbs

Medicinal herbs can be used in the kitchen, as spices to flavor foods, in the preparation of herbal teas or synthesized in the production of liqueurs, supplements, food, cosmetics, drugs, etc. Depending on the regulations, a herb can be "officinal" in one country and not another: it is an exclusively procedural term and indicates those herbs included in official lists (pharmacopoeia), which can be used by pharmaceutical laboratories, regardless of whether or not these plants have medicinal properties.
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