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          Nanomedicine Market was worth USD 141.34 billion in 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Jedna z nejprestižnějších japonských vysokých škol má problém. Tokijská lékařská univerzita se totiž musela přiznat, že již přes deset let manipuluje výsledky svých přijímacích zkoušek, a to ve prospěch mužských uchazečů o studium.
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Thu, Aug 09, 2018 04:09 - Nanotech Security Corp (NTSFF: OTCQX International) released their Quarterly Report concerning Nanotech Security Q3 2018 Quarterly Report. To read the complete report, please visit: http://www.otcmarkets.com/financialReportViewer?symbol=NTSFF&id=199357.
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Je ne parle pas du remplacement de l'appendice nasal mais certains chercheurs ont le nez creux : une entreprise située à Grenoble a finalisé des détecteurs d’odeurs.
De la bonne conservation des aliments dans le frigo à la propreté des toilettes publiques, les exploitations sont immenses.

La startup Aryballe voulait venir en aide aux personnes souffrant d’anosmie. Ce trouble de l’odorat, qui se manifeste par un défaut de sensibilité aux odeurs, affecte 2% de la population française et jusqu’à 15% des seniors.
Tour de force technique, l’entreprise grenobloise a miniaturisé un enregistreur de laboratoire d’1 m3 en un petit détecteur portable avec   écran. L'appareil pas plus gros qu’un aspirateur de table, pourra renifler les odeurs et signaler si le lait a tourné, si la soupe sent le moisi ou, plus grave, s’il y a une fuite de gaz. Sa commercialisation a débuté  fin 2017.

Votre hotte de cuisine pourrait vous prévenir si votre steak brûle sur la poêle. Dans l’espace public, des détecteurs placés dans les toilettes publiques sentiront quand le seuil d’odeur acceptable est dépassé et préviendront l’équipe de nettoyage pour intervention.

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[...]Les "nez électroniques" font leur apparition dans les smartphones. Ces dispositifs  s'inspirent du système olfactif des animaux. Ils sont issus des recherches en nanotechnologies. Ces nouveaux capteurs identifient toutes sortes d’odeurs, les polluants, les explosifs et nous alerteront aussi en cas de maladies graves.

Depuis des années, les chercheurs en informatique travaillent à la mise au point de capteurs portatifs permettant de traiter et d’analyser les données issus de notre environnement immédiat. Des détecteurs qui complètent les 5 sens que nous possédons, c'est-à-dire voir, sentir, toucher, goûter et entendre.

Les systèmes de reconnaissance vocale sont bien aboutis, nous conversons sans problème avec nos ordinateurs ou nos smartphones qui nous comprennent parfaitement. Le toucher fonctionne à merveille sur les écrans tactiles des mobiles ou sur nos tablettes. Nos appareils sont dotés du sens de la vue grâce aux caméras et permettent aux systèmes de vidéosurveillance, avec leurs logiciels de reconnaissance des visages, de nous identifier.

Le goût aussi fait l’objet de recherche dans le domaine des interfaces homme-machine. Reste maintenant à mettre au point des détecteurs d’odeurs, qui devront reconnaître des polluants, repérer les traces aériennes d’explosifs ou de détecter la présence de gaz mortel inodore dans l’atmosphère. Les "nez électroniques ", déjà développés, sont destinés à des usages spécifiques, notamment militaires lors des opérations de déminage. Ils sont aussi utilisés par les agents de la sécurité civile dans les aéroports lors d’une alerte à la bombe.

Depuis peu, des micro-capteurs et diffuseurs d’odeurs sont intégrés à nos smartphones avec des applications comme l'oPhone, qui permettent d’envoyer des SMS agrémentés d'un parfum sélectionné par vos soins. Renifler de bons petits plats est aussi possible grâce au programme Smell-o-Vision pour recevoir sur son téléphone un aperçu olfactif des plats que propose le restaurant d’un grand chef étoilé espagnol. Dans les laboratoires, des puces capables d’analyser la composition chimique d’odeurs subtiles, aussi performantes que la truffe d’un chien, sont à l’étude. Elles présentent une sensibilité exceptionnelle, et décèlent en temps réel les changements du métabolisme de son porteur, mesurent par exemple son taux de glycémie ou d’alcoolémie. Des senseurs renifleurs universels qui permettront d’apprécier la qualité de l’air d’une ville, d’analyser la fraîcheur des aliments et de sentir votre haleine afin d’établir un diagnostic médical complet. Des nez électroniques 100% fiables bientôt dans nos smartphones qui, contrairement aux humains, n’ont aucune chance d’attraper, même au printemps, le rhume des foins."[...]  in rfi.fr © 2018 Copyright RFI

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          Nanomedicine Market was worth USD 141.34 billion in 2018       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 09, 2018 ) The application of various techniques and instruments of nanotechnology in the field of medicine is known as Nanomedicine. It involves using nanoscale materials to diagnose diseases, drug delivery and other functions. Nanomedicine has the potential to revolutionize...
          Csúszásgátló nanopad - Jelenlegi ára: 990 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nem ragad, mégis minden hozzátapad!
A különleges, modern tartó működési elve a nanotechnológián alapul: felületének mikroszkopikus szerkezete biztosítja a vákuumelven működő tapadást. Nem tartalmaz elektronikát zavaró mágnest vagy a burkolaton nyomot hagyó ragasztóanyagot.
nanopad univerzális autós tartó
Egy mozdulattal feltapasztható rá a mobiltelefon, GPS, tablet vagy aprópénz
Könnyedén felhelyezhető bármilyen pormentes felületre, például a műszerfalra és ugyanígy le is vehető
Tisztítása gyors és egyszerű
Neked is repült már el kanyarodáskor a mobilod, vagy más, a műszerfalra helyezett eszközöd?
Most megakadályozhatod, hogy különböző röppályán száguldó tárgyak lepjék el gépjárműved utasterét! Helyezd fel könnyedén az univerzális nanopadot, és élvezd, hogy a rátett tárgyak nem hagyják el a tapadófelületet, akármilyen éles szögben is kanyarodj autóddal!
Mi is ez a csodatartó?
A csúszásgátló, gél anyagú pad megvédi eszközeid! A tapadófelületen nem csak mobilt, hanem gyakorlatilag bármit tarthatsz, így akár pénzérméket, az iPod-od, vagy éppen GPS-ed is! Anyagából adódóan nem karcol, viszont rendkívül hasznos útitársad lehet!
Mit kell még tudni a nanopadról?
bármilyen kütyü elfér benne
tisztítható
szinte bármilyen felületre felhelyezhető
Egy mozdulattal feltehető bármely, pormentesített tömör felületre, például az áttörölt műszerfalra a kocsiban vagy akár a motoron. Könnyedén rögzítheted rajta a mobilod, navigációs készüléked, mp3-lejátszód vagy a napszemüveged.
Ha a por miatt idővel esetleg csökkenne a tapadóereje, csak át kell mosnod mosogatószeres vízzel, és egyből ugyanolyan lesz, mint új korában.
Csúszásgátló nanopad
Jelenlegi ára: 990 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-10 08:27
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Cyber Monday, Linux on iPhone, ad revenue drops, the three screens, info glut censorship, cyber law imbroglio, quantum dots to improve cameras, PS3 Flash, nanotech waterproof cloth, meteorite
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Military & Aerospace Electronics editorial covers topics such as Navigation/Guidance, Avionics, Missile Systems, Communication Systems, Electronic Warfare, Simulation/Training Systems, Unmanned Vehicles, Nanotechnology, Biometrics, Homeland Security, Shipboard Electronics, Reconnaissance Equipment and other relevant topics to military professionals in organizations such as the Department of Defense (DOD), NASA, FAA, CIA, FBI, NSA, Defense Contractors, Prime Contractors, Subcontractors/Integrators, Electronics Manufacturers, Defense Systems Vendors, and R&D, among others.

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          Nanotechnology Center of Excellence | Arch International      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Designed by Arch International, The SLINTEC, Nanotechnology park is one of the pioneering visions of the greater ‘knowledge hub’ development plan for Homagama creating a unique opportunity to house research incubation and…

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          Challenges And Opportunities In Nanotechonlogy       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Cement Screed Covered Victorian Floor Restored in Birmingham      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This customer got in touch with me to see if there was anything I could do to restore a Victorian tiled floor they had discovered under carpet in their hallway. Interestingly they had been told previously that the floor was beyond repair and had been quoted thousands of pounds to have it completely ripped up and replaced.

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I visited the property in Bearwood near Smethwick, to take a look and could see that there was a section under a cement screed. The floor was in a truly sorry state, so I could see why the other company were not keen on restoring it. Undeterred I did a test clean to see if I could remove the screed which was encouraging however without removing all the screed it would not be possible to see what condition the tiles underneath were in. I agreed with the customer to order some replacement tiles which were needed along with extra ones just in case. The job would take a few days to allow for cleaning, repairing, drying out and sealing. The client wasn’t too optimistic, but I reassured them we could definitely get a good result.

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Cleaning and Repairing a Victorian Tiled Hallway

The first day was spent removing the cement screed which was quite thick in parts, so I went down the route of steaming it first to help soften the covering and then carefully scraping it off. This was quite labour intensive, but it did the job. Once the cement was removed I was left with some tiles that were ok but quite a few needed to be replaced.

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There were also two doorways, one that needed completely relaying and one needed part relaying. Some of the tiles needed to be cut to size, there were many tiles that needed resetting and re-grouting along with grout being applied to the new tiles.

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The next day the tiles were deep cleaned with a 50:50 combination of Tile Doctor Pro-Clean mixed with Nanotech HBU which stands for Heavy Build-Up Remover, which was quite appropriate in this case. This cocktail of tile cleaning products was left to dwell on the tiles for a while then worked in with a black scrubbing pad fitted to a weighted rotary machine. The floor was then rinsed off with water and then the soil extracted with a wet vacuum.

My next step was to give the floor and acid wash to remove any old grout smears and neutralise other mineral contaminates such as salts that can get deposited on the surface of the tiles as moisture evaporates as the floor dries. This is always a risk with old floors where no damp proof membrane exists. To do this I applied a dilution of Tile Doctor Grout Clean-Up which is scrubbed into the tiles with a deck brush and then rinsed off the floor with water and a wet vacuum. The floor was then left to dry out for a couple of days.


Sealing a Victorian Tiled Hallway Floor

I returned to seal the floor and after check it had dried sufficiently applied three coats of Tile Doctor Colour Grow sealer. This sealer seeps into the pores of the tile enhancing the colours and leaves a matt finish which the customer had previously specified. The floor was then buffed with a white pad and the customer left with a bottle of Tile Doctor Neutral Tile Cleaner to clean the floor with moving forward.

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The customer was delighted with the results and left the following feedback on the Tile Doctor feedback system.

"Kieron has done a fantastic job of our Victorian hallway tiles. We had been quoted several really high prices by other companies, but Kieron’s quote was a fraction of these. I initially wondered whether this meant the job wouldn't be as good but after 3 days of solid work the results are fantastic! He managed to transform it to its former glory, a hallway that was partly cemented over, had missing and loose tiles all over the place and was filthy. He definitely does a lot more than just cleaning! We couldn't be happier with the results!"

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Source: Victorian Tile Cleaning and Restoration Service in Birmingham
          Biological Sciences Researcher And Tutor. "If You Can't Explain It Simply      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
My name is Jillian King and I am a student at the University of Southern Maine. Currently I am working towards my Masters degree in applied medical science with a concentration on immunology and infectious diseases. I graduated from the University of Maine at Augusta with a bachelors in biology (with honors) in 2014. I have a particular interest in microbiology and virology. I currently work as a research assistant in a virology and nanotechnology laboratory. Since 2011 I have tutored students in various undergraduate biology and chemistry courses. Background tutoring intro chemistry, organic chemistry, intro biology, microbiology, genetics, cellular biology, anatomy and physiology, and human biology. Achievements and Participations •NASA/MSGC Fellow 2014-2015 •Distinguished Biology Student Award, 2013, UMA •Rising Scholar Recognition, 2012, 2013, UMA •Outstanding Service to the Community Award, 2012, 2013, UMA
          Nanotechnology Center of Excellence | Arch International      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Designed by Arch International, The SLINTEC, Nanotechnology park is one of the pioneering visions of the greater ‘knowledge hub’ development plan for Homagama creating a unique opportunity to house research incubation and…

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          Comment on House Democrats Launch a Challenge to Big Pharma by 600180889      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
While I support Lloyd Doggett’s efforts, I’m less confident in Debbie W-S’s support if it actually came to a vote. And a few added words on research and big Pharma. Whether we are talking about drugs or other technologies, there is an important distinction between research and innovation research. A significant part of pharmaceutical research involves variations on existing drugs or me-too drugs, that is, with slight differences from one company to the next. In contrast, innovative research means breakthrough technologies that transform society. It is the government that supports innovation research whereas big Pharma, Wall Street or venture capital want nothing to do with it. The reason is they want to make money and innovative research entails hundreds of starts and stops, perhaps decades of development, and people with boundless imagination. The computer, internet, GPS, cell phone, touch screens, and nanotechnology, were all developed with government funding and direction. As Motoyama, Applebaum and Parker wrote in 2011, “Industry generally invests only in cost-competitive products in the 3 to 5 year time frame. Furthermore, the highly interdisciplinary nature of the needed research is incompatible with many corporate structures.” The economist Mariana Mazzucato in her excellent book, The Entrepreneurial State, demonstrates that the National Institutes of Health provided most of the innovative research in medicine. She wrote, “At the forefront lie the NIH and other government programs which have invested in many of the key scientific achievements that the industry’s success has been built on. From 1938 to 2013, NIH funding on life sciences research totaled $884 billion (in 2013$).” In addition, NIH funding is consistent and reliable, unlike “the widely fluctuating funds of venture capital and stock market investments.” Moreover, she writes, “What is important is that 75 per cent of NMEs [new drugs] trace their research not to private companies but to publicly funded NIH labs in the US.” How is this accomplished? “Through a system of nearly 50,000 competitive grants, the NIH supports more than 325,000 researchers at over 3,000 universities, medical schools, and other research institutions in every US state and throughout the world.” The budget for the NIH is more than $30 billion. Mazzucato says, “These grants represent 80 per cent of the agency’s budget with another 10 per cent to directly employ 6,000 individuals in its own laboratories. The agencies 26 research centers in Maryland serve a prominent role in the biotech industry—one that is increasing as more centers and institutions continue to develop within the NIH.” Mazzucato writes, “Nanotechnology is very likely to be the next general purpose technology, having a pervasive effect on many different sectors…” and “many believe will be more important than the computer revolution.” Nanotechnology could lead to drugs that target specific cells, prescriptions developed on an individual basis, without side effects. Besides the NIH, there is the US government funded National Nanotechnology Initiative, DARPA The Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration, SBIR The Small Business Innovation Research Program—from which Apple benefited, and The Orphan Drug Act. Thus, Mazzucato asks, “If government has to do the research, fund major infrastructure investments, and also undertake the commercialization effort, what exactly is the role of the private sector?” The Pharmaceutical companies do spend money and we know why. According to Statista, from 2010-16 drug companies spent between $20-27 billion each year on advertising. An amount far more than they spent on research. In the WaPo on February 11, 2015, Ana Swanson wrote, The biggest spender, Johnson & Johnson, shelled out $17.5 billion on sales and marketing in 2013, compared with $8.2 billion for R&D. In the top 10, only Roche spent more on R&D than on sales and marketing. As a closing footnote, Americans can be proud of an institution like the NIH, yet President Trump wants to cut its budget.
          “What do you call someone who fixes tiny cars?"/"A quantum mechanic.”      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
"Quantum mechanics” shouldn’t be confused with “auto mechanics,” but there are jokes. “There is a hoary old joke: What do you call a physicist who works on quantum theory? Why, a quantum mechanic, of course!” was published in a 2004 book. “If your particles won’t start, do you call a quantum mechanic? (You can’t beat physical comedy)” was posted on Twitter by Mal Johns on November 21, 2009. “What do you call a short guy who works on cars? A quantum mechanic” was posted on Twitter by tim on September 17, 2013. “What do you call a dwarf who works on cars? A quantum mechanic” was posted on Twitter by Logical Libertarian™ on November 27, 2016. “What do you call a person who works in very small cars? A quantum mechanic” was posted on Reddit—ScienceHumour on March 22, 2018. Wikipedia: Quantum mechanics Quantum mechanics (QM; also known as quantum physics, quantum theory, the wave mechanical model, or matrix mechanics), including quantum field theory, is a fundamental theory in physics which describes nature at the smallest scales of energy levels of atoms and subatomic particles. Google Books Schrodinger’s Rabbits: The Many Worlds of Quantum By Colin Bruce Washington, DC: Joseph Henry Press 2004 Pg. 211: There is a hoary old joke: What do you call a physicist who works on quantum theory? Why, a quantum mechanic, of course! The joke is funny (at least to physicists) because most quantum theorists are just about as far from being practical, applied types as it is possible to get. Twitter Mal Johns @maljohnswales If your particles won’t start, do you call a quantum mechanic? (You can’t beat physical comedy). 4:23 AM - 21 Nov 2009 Twitter jim walker @bigjim8o8 I wonder, if your time machine breaks down do you call a quantum mechanic ? 7:10 PM - 25 Feb 2010 Google Groups: sci.physics decoherence RichD 4/2/10 On Mar 31, BURT wrote: > > Modulated by the hermeneutics of quantum gravity. > > Quantum gravity is the falling particle’s quantum waves. What do you call a bunch of street urchins stuffed into a VW? Quantum waifs! (and if they overload it, you call a Quantum mechanic) Twitter ▓▒░ TORLEY ░▒▓ ♫ @torley If your time machine is broken, do you call a quantum mechanic? 11:57 AM - 29 May 2011 Twitter tim @timothyedwintee “What do you call a short guy who works on cars? A quantum mechanic” 12:09 PM - 17 Sep 2013 Twitter Charles Swiger @chswiger Who do you call when your #nanotechnology machine breaks? A Quantum Mechanic. 8:17 AM - 4 Jun 2015 Twitter Kerrash Landing @Kerrrash What do you call someone who repairs sub atomic particles? A quantum mechanic. #SciencePun 11:56 AM - 2 Nov 2015 from Lydney, England Twitter Logical Libertarian™ @LgclLibertarian What do you call a dwarf who works on cars? A quantum mechanic. 5:44 PM - 27 Nov 2016 from Pickerington, OH Reddit—ScienceHumour What do you call a person who works in very small cars? (self.ScienceHumour) submitted March 22, 2018 by quantum_paradoxx A quantum mechanic Twitter Marvin Castillo @Cero_Absoluto What do you call a person who works on really small cars? A Quantum Mechanic. OMFG I’M DYING. 11:12 AM - 13 Apr 2018 Reddit—Jokes What do you call someone who fixes tiny cars? submitted August 9, 2018 by SythHamster A quantum mechanic
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Jedna z nejprestižnějších japonských vysokých škol má problém. Tokijská lékařská univerzita se totiž musela přiznat, že již přes deset let manipuluje výsledky svých přijímacích zkoušek, a to ve prospěch mužských uchazečů o studium.
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Registration is now open for September event focusing on "Nanotechnology for Immunotherapy."
          Avengers 4: New evidence may reveal how the Infinity War deaths will be undone      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
After weeks of discussing various pieces of evidence we know that many, if not all, the dead heroes and fan-favorite MCU characters from Infinity War will be resurrected in Avengers 4, in spite of what the directors and writers behind the two movies say. But we still have no idea how it will all work out. There’s one theory that says the dead aren’t really dead, and it’s just a complex sort of magic trick. The more prevalent belief is that the remaining Avengers will travel back in time to fix everything. And we’ve got plenty of proof to suggest some sort of time traveling is in the works.

Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange is the architect of the master plan that will see the Avengers beat Thanos. We already talked about how he set things in motion and made sure certain things happen in a particular way. He did not stop Star-Lord from acting all crazy when they were about to remove the Infinity Gauntlet. He did not let Tony Stark die, sacrificing himself while telling him they’re in the end game now. And, most crucially, he made sure Ant-Man returned to the Quantum Realm before the Snap, so that he’d survive the killings. And the Quantum Realm may be required for all that time traveling.

Ant-Man

We already mentioned the fact that Ant-Man is now stuck in the Quantum Realm again, a place he managed to escape all by himself once before. And he’ll likely leave it again, with or without help. But two key elements tell us he’s about to travel in time. First of all, leaked photos from the Avengers 4 set show various heroes in 2012 Avengers gear — and by that I mean the types of clothing they may have used during the battle for New York. Ant-Man is also there, but in the original fight, he wasn't Ant-Man yet. On top of that Tony Stark appears in two different costumes (we'll get to that below). The second piece of evidence that says Scott Lang will do some time traveling is something more personal: Cassie (his daugther). When Ant-Man and the Wasp ended, we were unsure of what happened to a bunch of characters, Cassie included. A ThatHashtagShow report from mid-April that preceded the Infinity War premiere said that Emma Furhmann joined the Avengers 4 cast. Now, Furhmann is way older than Abby Ryder Forston, who plays Cassie in both Ant-Man movies. Look for Furhmann’s credits on IMDB, and you won’t find Avengers 4 right now. But she’s apparently going to play a teenager Cassie. That means Scott might be jumping forward through time. Maybe to make sure things are well after they destroy Thanos?

Pepper Potts

Which brings us to… Pepper Potts. Here’s what Gwyneth Paltrow had to say about Pepper and Tony’s story:
Pepper and Tony have had a real long journey together. She obviously starts as his dutiful assistant, and then the relationship evolves, and now this decade later they’re married, and they have a child. Their relationship has evolved in all of the ways that great romances evolve.
Yes, she’s pregnant with a kid, but we have no way of knowing whether she survived the Snap or not. But she’s credited for Avengers 4. Will Tony check out the future to make sure she and his kid are both alright?

Tony Stark

Iron Man, of course, is a significant piece of the puzzle. Doctor Strange confirmed so when he made sure Tony survived on Titan. It’s not just that he’s piloting various Iron Man suits. He’s also the mastermind behind the robotic contraptions. Otherwise, he'd be just another War Machine - sorry War Machine! And now there’s a new theory floating around that says Tony is going to make a… wait for it… Thanos Buster. Yes, that’s hilarious, and it would certainly be a perfect solution to fix things. We’ve just learned in Infinity War that Thanos may be very much aware of who Tony Stark is, a key defender of the planet who was instrumental in the Battle for New York. And, as ComicBookMovie explains, the director’s commentary that comes with the digital release of the movie confirms that Thanos does know Stark. Here’s what director Joe Russo says:
[He's] aware of Stark from the original Battle of New York as the person who undid the plan.
The events of New York still haunt Tony, he said so in the film, and Russo explained one more thing about the character:
The journey that Tony's been on as a genius scientist is that the evolution of his armor. This is the best it's ever gonna get for Tony and it's nanotech. He goes to the cutting edge of what his mind can deliver, and it still is not enough to beat Thanos. In fact, it barely keeps him in the fight.
Tony Stark evolved greatly from the days he first created Iron Man, but his ego can’t possibly accept defeat. And that’s how we might get to the Thanos Buster. A Redditor found this video in mid-June, featuring a theory that Tony Stark is making a suit that could wield the power of all the Infinity Stones to unsnap things into place. And a suit is the logical choice for Tony Stark, who must be fully aware that humans can't wield the stones: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuUx7zL2cn4 At the end of Infinity War, we saw the Infinity Gauntlet destroyed after the Snap, and we know that using all the Stones takes an immense toll thanks to this reply posted on Twitter just a few days ago on the official Avengers Twitter account: https://twitter.com/Avengers/status/1025596690252754944 Now, rather than visit a spooky dwarf and try to harness the power of a distant sun to create a new gauntlet, isn’t it more comfortable for Tony to adapt a suit to include all the stones, as well as a pilot — probably himself? Which brings us to these pictures that were leaked a few months ago, the images I talked about earlier, in the Ant-Man section. In them, we see Tony Stark, Captain America, The Hulk/Bruce Banner, and Ant-Man. But we also see Loki both with and without handcuffs. And we see a second Tony Stark wearing S.H.I.E.L.D. war gear. So Tony and co. might be jumping back in time or into alternate universes to retrieve all the Stones before Thanos can. Let’s look at a series of tweets from mid-May from an Avengers fan that seems to confirm that Stark will free Loki to retrieve the Tesseract: https://twitter.com/Lokieed/status/996160058542174213 https://twitter.com/Lokieed/status/996161913389232128 https://twitter.com/Lokieed/status/996166046536097794 https://twitter.com/Lokieed/status/996167417758920706 https://twitter.com/shywalkers/status/996377059583840256 All of them are wearing some sort of device, and the theory is that's how they're traveling through time. On the other hand, if you take all the Stones before Thanos can, then you may prevent the Snap, and a Thanos Buster may not be necessary. Time travel, of course, isn’t easy. But it’s key to fixing this mess.

Gamora

A few days ago, reports detailing the plot of the Infinity Wars #1 comic suggested that Gamora might be looking to obtain all of the stones herself in order to kill her father. In that plotline, the Stones would be guarded by an Infinity Watch team of heroes, each Stone having a keeper of its own. Now, that doesn't mean Avengers 4 will follow that storyline. But it goes to show that it only makes sense for the Avengers to retrieve the Stones before Thanos, or take them from alternate universes so that they have a way to actually kill him.

Captain Marvel

To conclude, I’d just want to add that Captian Marvel is so special and powerful to this universe that Nick Fury never thought he should trouble her for any of the events that happened in the ten years of Marvel movies. It's like he felt he should save her for something really dangerous. He did not call her for New York and for everything else that happened. But she’s desperately needed now. We have no idea where she was until now, but you better believe that whatever will go down in Avengers 4, Captain Marvel will be part of it.


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