Researchers from Texas A&M University are developing a promising sustainable, adobe-like building material that can be created from local soil and extruded from a 3D printer to make a robust structure.
Determining Mercury in Environmental Waters
From Analytik Jena US
High-Throughput Analysis of Drinking Water
Monitoring Drinking Water Quality
Convenience Meal Kits Processed Using Heat Transfer Fluid
Capturing Large and Fast Moving Scenes with Optimal Use of Lighting Power Using the Hydra3D CMOS Sensor
From Teledyne E2V
End of Life Management for Polyethylene
From Jordi Labs
Element Sheffield Secures Safran Approval
From Element Materials Technology
Search for StocExpo Forty Under 40 is Underway
BCN3D Enters New Era, Launching Powerful New Generations in the Epsilon and Sigma 3D Printer Series
From BCN3D Technologies
New Analytical Model Improves Battery Performance
Instron® Continues to Provide Free Remote Training Opportunities for Students and Teachers Until the End of the Year
From Instron - USA
Reviewing the Traditional Powder Testing Toolkit
From Freeman Technology
Researchers Define the Melting Curve of Elements at High Pressure
Thin Films of Different Materials can Boost Solar Cell Efficiency
Low-Cost Alloy Catalyst Enables Selective Hydrogenation of Cinnamaldehyde
Ha Lan DO THU
Ha Lan DO THU, marketing manager for 3D products and applications at Teledyne e2v, speaks to AZoM about the Hydra3D CMOS Sensor, and how it can capture large and fast-moving scenes using optimal lighting power.
Dr. Y. Shirley Meng
In this interview, AZoM talks to Dr. Y. Shirley Meng, Professor of Materials Science at the University of San Diego, about battery research, and how electron microscopy plays a vital role within it.
Yemliha Bilal Kalyoncu
In this interview, AZoM talks to Yemliha Bilal Kalyoncu, Application Engineer at Amsterdam Scientific Instruments about how an indispensable advancement for TEMs is provided by hybrid pixel technology.
Discover specialized pipe inspection with the IPLEX GX/GT Videoscope.
The IB-19530CP Ion Beam Cross Section Polisher (CP) produces pristine cross sections of samples—hard, soft, or composites—without smearing, crumbling, distorting, or contaminating them in any way.
The compact grinding and polishing robot, Qpol 250 BOT, from QATM is fully integrated into the System Lab 2.0.