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Most Accurate Digital Humidity Sensor

Most Accurate Digital Humidity Sensor

Sensirion, the world’s leading provider of humidity, temperature and flow sensor solutions, is once again taking sensor technology to a new level. At the Sensor+Test 2016 in Nuremberg, the technology pioneer is presenting the SHT35 humidity sensor – the most accurate sensor of the versatile SHT3x series. As the market leader, Sensirion is launching an innovation that outperforms all similar sensors currently available. [More]
Most Accurate Digital Humidity Sensor

Most Accurate Digital Humidity Sensor

Sensirion, the world’s leading provider of humidity, temperature and flow sensor solutions, is once again taking sensor technology to a new level. At the Sensor+Test 2016 in Nuremberg, the technology pioneer is presenting the SHT35 humidity sensor – the most accurate sensor of the versatile SHT3x series. As the market leader, Sensirion is launching an innovation that outperforms all similar sensors currently available. [More]
Researchers Develop Tiny Liquid-Metal Particles for Heat-Free Soldering Applications

Researchers Develop Tiny Liquid-Metal Particles for Heat-Free Soldering Applications

Martin Thuo, an assistant professor of materials science and engineering at Iowa State University, is passionate about finding new, clean and affordable ways to put technology and science to work around the world. [More]
ORNL Researchers Discover Tunneling State of Water Molecules

ORNL Researchers Discover Tunneling State of Water Molecules

Unique and unanticipated behavior of water molecules under extreme confinement was revealed by neutron scattering and computational modeling. [More]
Researchers Use Silicone Wristbands to Monitor Exposures to Chemicals

Researchers Use Silicone Wristbands to Monitor Exposures to Chemicals

Silicone wristbands were once made popular by famous celebrities and athletes supporting certain charities. Researchers have now found another application for the bright and colorful bands – identifying what chemicals people are exposed to regularly. The research is the cover article in American Chemical Society’s weekly newsmagazine Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN). [More]
SEAL Analytical to Display Latest Sample Digestion and Nutrient Analysis Solutions at Analytica 2016

SEAL Analytical to Display Latest Sample Digestion and Nutrient Analysis Solutions at Analytica 2016

The SEAL Analytical booth (Halle A1, Stand 514) at Analytica 2016 will provide visitors with an opportunity to discuss the latest technologies in sample digestion systems and colorimetric nutrient analysis instruments. [More]
Zwick USA Shows Testing Solutions at Techtextil North America

Zwick USA Shows Testing Solutions at Techtextil North America

Leader in materials testing optimizes laboratory operations in technical textiles. [More]
Cornell University Collaborates with Key Players to Advance Fiber and Textile Industry

Cornell University Collaborates with Key Players to Advance Fiber and Textile Industry

Faculty members from Cornell University are the main contributors of a new $317 million public-private collaboration, aiming to speed up innovations in the field of “smart” fabrics that can be adapted for use in apparel, electronics, consumer products, transportation, and protective gear for first responders and soldiers. [More]
MIT Researchers Develop New Formulation for Liquid Metal Batteries

MIT Researchers Develop New Formulation for Liquid Metal Batteries

A decade ago, Donald Sadoway, a MIT professor, and his students developed liquid metal batteries, which now appear to be a potential solution to make renewable energy more affordable and practical. These batteries are capable of storing huge amounts of energy, and can balance the fluctuations of production and consumption of power. Ambri, a Cambridge-based startup company, is now in the process of commercializing these liquid metal batteries. [More]
Innovative Device to Analyze Molecular Interactions in Viscous Solutions and Fragile Materials

Innovative Device to Analyze Molecular Interactions in Viscous Solutions and Fragile Materials

Here’s a new technology that’s potentially disruptive precisely because it’s non-disruptive: Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have developed a device that enables NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) spectroscopy, coupled with a powerful molecular sensor, to analyze molecular interactions in viscous solutions and fragile materials such as liquid crystals. [More]