Jewelry that “eat” the electromagnetic radiation generated by electronic devices, such as mobile phones, tablets and wi-fi router? The idea came to Alberto Moreno, Spanish engineer, who developed a technology capable of absorbing the energy potentially harmful. It works like this: combining superconducting materials, such as gold and silver, with other piezoelectric for example quartz and tuned all them on the same frequency of mobile devices. Easy is not it? Not exactly, because these precious metals alone do nothing: the solution is to find and pinpoint the exact and millimetric shape of the superconductor which has the task of capturing and storing radiation and joins with the piezoelectric, the stone which then dissipates it in the form of heat. And that is precisely what makes Typhone Antiradiación, the company created by Ingeniería Aremi to commercialize the patent, certified by the International Association For Research Electromosg-Igef; they began making earrings and necklaces for women and bracelets and pendants for men, but the idea is to turn the industry so that they can provide added value on the market. Not only jewelers, but also producers of glasses and childcare articles are interested in the technology.