How’s your week so far? Yesil team here giving you some updates and brief reviews that have been bundled in this December’s newsletter. We want to update you about our product and company, summarize our news choices, and suggest you some must-watch movies of the month.
Let’s have a read and have a lovely weekend!
What You’ll Find Inside This Newsletter?
Blog Choices | Medical Education-VR, AI and Earthquakes
About Yesil Health
The launch of Yesil Health has finally arrived! 🚀
It’s now available on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.🥳
What is included in the Yesil Health app?
💜 Holistic health management
📃 Health analysis by scientifically based questionnaires.
🥼 Connect a health coach and manage your health together
⚡ Health promotion with weekly challenges
🤖 AI-based symptom checker (soon)
📍 Personalized roadmap (soon)
🗃️ Medical history (soon)
Healthier people and healthier world 🌍🍎
We celebrated the new year as the Yesil Science team by organizing events both online and in person. 🎅🎄
AR, VR, and mixed reality technologies are evolving at a rapid pace, and we are incorporating more into our daily lives.
Pacemakers use a lithium generator to regulate the heart rate. However, depending on the patient’s lifestyle, these batteries are replaced every 5-10 years. Canan Dadeviren and her team’s invention eliminates this situation. Piezoelectric systems are used in the invention. The system converts mechanical activity into electrical energy for a brief period of time. The PZT-MEH pacemaker is a wearable pacemaker with a nano-generator that converts mechanical energy from the heart, lungs, and diaphragm movements into electrical energy. It is soft and flexible, with very low bending stiffness. It can generate energy in this manner even with small movements. The pressure will continue to power this device as long as the patient’s internal organs move.
Pasteur is a scientist who has worked in fields that have a very important place in our lives, from vaccines that protect us from diseases to the milk we drink. Pasteur, a French microbiologist and chemist, was born in Dole in 1822. He earned his doctorate in chemistry and physics after graduating from the École Normale Supérieure Faculty of Science in 1846. In 1854, he was appointed professor. In 1895, he died in Saint-Cloud.
Throughout his life, he has made significant contributions to the scientific world, particularly in the field of microbiology. Caterpillars and flies, for example, were thought to emerge spontaneously in the nineteenth century. Pasteur’s work disproved this belief.
He demonstrated that microorganisms cause diseases. Again, he realized that these microorganisms also provided fermentation, and it was on this basis that he discovered the method we now call fermentation.
He demonstrated that microorganisms cause diseases. Again, he realized that these microorganisms also provided fermentation, and it was on this basis that he discovered what we now call “pasteurization.”
In addition to these, Pasteur, who was also working on the vaccine at the time, saved the life of a 6-year-old boy by administering the rabies vaccine to him while he had only tested it on dogs and animals. He was dubbed a folk hero as a result of this event.
“Science knows no country because knowledge belongs to humanity and is the torch which illuminates the world.”
“I love the universe. The vastness, the mystery, the astonishing beauty of the stars.” Beginning with her words, cosmologist Katie Mack takes us to the theoretical end of everything a few trillion years in the future on existence, curiosity, and the legacy of humanity in the depths of time and space. The universe began with a bang, but how will it conclude?
The Social Dilemma, an evocative documentary focusing on the benefits and drawbacks of social media, is perhaps the greatest addiction of our time and is unquestionably changing the world. With a fluent and convincing narrative, this documentary demonstrates the importance of using social media tools with caution.
The film chronicles the life of physicist Stephen Hawking, who changed the history of modern science and technology.
This work, which examines humanity’s quest for immortality, happiness, and divinity through the lenses of science, history, and philosophy, imagines a future in which man is a completely different species, Homo Deus.
“People avoid change because they fear the unknown. But the only constant in history is that everything changes.”