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Miniature OEM Pumps for Micro-Volume Fluid Control from Fluid Metering Inc.

Miniature OEM Pumps for Micro-Volume Fluid Control from Fluid Metering Inc.

Miniature, Stepper driven Valveless OEM Pumps from Fluid Metering, Inc. (FMI) are ideal for low and micro-volume fluid control in Medical Diagnostic and Clinical Chemistry Instrumentation. [More]
Novel Electronic Devices Self-Destruct When Triggered By Heat

Novel Electronic Devices Self-Destruct When Triggered By Heat

Researchers at the University of Illinois (U. of I) have developed electronic devices that self-destruct when heated. This study was led by Scott R. White, an aerospace engineering professor at the U. of I. [More]

Spectro Scientific and Wärtsilä Services Announce Partnership to Address the Needs of Marine Vessel Maintainers

Spectro Scientific announces the formation of a joint marketing agreement with Wärtsilä Services Switzerland. Spectro Scientific is developing a specialized version of its FluidScan® oil chemistry analyz... [More]
Syrris Introduces Chemically Resistant, Ultra-Low Temperature Microreactor Chips for Solution Phase Flow Reactions

Syrris Introduces Chemically Resistant, Ultra-Low Temperature Microreactor Chips for Solution Phase Flow Reactions

Syrris, a world leader in flow chemistry product innovation, has extended its range of Asia microreactors with the launch of ultra-low temperature 3-input microreactor chips offering fast, reproducible mixing, rapid heat transfer and minimized back pressure. Designed to complement the Asia Cryo Controller module, these chemically resistant, transparent and robust microreactor chips are ideal for solution phase flow reactions at temperatures ranging from -100 to +250 °C and pressures up to 20 bar. [More]
Liquid Metal Voltage-Controlled Antenna Developed at North Carolina State University

Liquid Metal Voltage-Controlled Antenna Developed at North Carolina State University

Researchers at the North Carolina State University (NCSU) have created a reconfigurable liquid metal antenna that can be controlled only by voltage. This tunable liquid metal antenna could play a major role in development of future mobile devices and the Internet of Things. [More]
Nanaoscopic Study of Rubber Friction on Road Surfaces

Nanaoscopic Study of Rubber Friction on Road Surfaces

Bo Persson and his colleagues at the Jülich Research Center, have discovered new temperature and velocity-dependent properties of rubber friction on asphalt. [More]
Black Nanostructured Silicon Solar Cells Demonstrate Record-Breaking Efficiency

Black Nanostructured Silicon Solar Cells Demonstrate Record-Breaking Efficiency

Researchers from the Aalto University and the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya have achieved a record-breaking 22.1% efficiency on nanostructured silicon solar cells. The Fraunhofer ISE CalLab has certified this record efficiency. [More]
Non-Directional Alkaline-Earth Metals Can Participate in Self-Assembly of 3D Supramolecular Boxes

Non-Directional Alkaline-Earth Metals Can Participate in Self-Assembly of 3D Supramolecular Boxes

Researchers from the Department of Chemistry at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan, have discovered that non-directional alkaline-earth metal cations possess the ability to take part in the self-assembly of 3D supramolecular boxes. [More]
Researchers Develop Stable Photoelectrode for Artificial Photosynthesis

Researchers Develop Stable Photoelectrode for Artificial Photosynthesis

Researchers from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) Institute for Solar Fuels have developed an innovative stable photoelectrode that holds promise for artificial photosynthesis. This study has been done under the "Light2Hydrogen" BMBF Cluster project and as part of the "Solar H2" DFG Priority programme. [More]
PETRA III X-ray Analyzes Formation of Whitish Fat Bloom on Chocolate

PETRA III X-ray Analyzes Formation of Whitish Fat Bloom on Chocolate

Researchers from the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), and Nestlé have conducted a joint X-ray study to find out the dynamic mechanisms that lead to formation of undesired whitish fat bloom on chocolate. [More]