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After 50 years since the first Moon landing, the human presence in space is more active than ever, despite an apparent temporary retreat of human exploration missions to low Earth orbit. This paper puts the spotlight on the interplanetary probes, which in their space missions were used as reach places, where the human body will never be able to function. They gather data about the beginning of our solar system that help us better understand how our universe will evolve in the future.
The aims of this paper are to understand the impact of the information technology on society and economy by analyzing the evolutionary patterns and the main trends of these areas, which defined the world we live nowadays.
The aims of this paper are to analyze the most important trends in digital transformation, the influences that it brings into different areas of our lives and the associations that fundament the digital change.
This paper focuses on an extremely important on-line resource for linguistic research and teaching, the World Atlas of Language Structures (wals.info). The paper summarizes the main types of information available with this tool and exemplifies the manners in which it can be used.
Plagiarism is one of the most debated subjects in Romanian society. While most of the attention is on politicians, the subject has had a major impact on the academic environment and it has led to important changes in how we view academic integrity today. The aim of the present paper is to list both the progress we have made as well as the challenges we still need to face.
This memo analyses the issues of sovereignty and jurisdiction in outer space. The first part briefly reviews the evolution of space exploration and why it became necessary to discuss sovereignty and jurisdiction in space. The second part examines the issues of sovereignty and jurisdiction in outer space as currently defined by international laws and treaties.
Research in itself is not only a paradigm, but a paradigm shift at the same time, as each new piece of information has the potential of completely reshaping the way we see the world. But this can only happen by gaining access to multiple information sources and listening to different opinions, from scientists with different backgrounds, who share the same work and research ethics.
The aim of this paper is to suggest a theoretical model for cell specialization. We postulated that the specialization is acquired through two fundamental mechanisms: Differentiation (which shapes the structure of the cell); Activation (which determines the cell to start functioning).
The aims of this paper are to identify the most important trends in information technology like virtual and augmented reality and artificial intelligence and to explain the impact of these new technologies on the educational processes.