Scientists have established a new microcavity construction technique that facilitates exciton transport at room temperature. The new method utilizes a novel ‘sandwich style’ fabrication process that places a one-atom-thin semiconductor between two mirrors.
Treatment of Refinery Oil Sludge with Smoldering Combustion Reduces Waste Volume
By Sarah Moore
Room Temperature Exciton Transport with New Microcavity Construction Technique
Characterizing Essential Oils with GC-MS
From LECO Corporation
Process Monitoring of a Brewery with GC-MS
Correcting the Visual Quality of MicroLED Displays for Efficient Production
From Radiant Vision Systems
Exploring the Potential of LCoS Microdisplays
Sunscreen Containing Zinc Oxide Turns Toxic After 2 Hours of Exposure to UV Radiation
New Method to Remove Toxic Boron from Water Using Desalination Process
HORIBA Scientific Validates the HORIBA Aqualog® Performance for Pharmaceutical and Industrial Analyses
From HORIBA Scientific
Continued Investment in Element Six as It Celebrates Its Diamond Anniversary in Shannon
From Element Six
Seeq Expands Machine Learning Support to Democratize Data Science Innovation
From Seeq Corporation
SciAps to Revolutionize In-Field Analysis of Lithium and Rare Earth Elements
From SciAps, Inc.
Excellent Batch Process Results with Picosun New Generation Tools
From Picosun Group
Delmic Receives Funding From European Innovation Council
From Delmic B.V.
Artificial Ferroelectric Materials Used to Create Mechanical Motion
Conic: Replacing Plastics with a Wood-Based Formable Packaging Solution
By Cvetelin Vasilev
Regenerating Wood Waste with Additive Manufacturing
Innovative Leather Alternatives in the Automotive Industry are the Road Forward
By Kerry Taylor-Smith
Cutting Cement CO2 Emissions with Carbonatable Material
By Ben Pilkington
Biopolymers Offer Eco-Friendly Solution to Soil Improvement
From Wood to Window: Turning Trees Transparent
By Marzia Khan
Professor Jun Chen
In this interview, AZoM speaks to Professor Jun Chen about his latest research that led to the development of a human-powered bioelectronic device.
Professor Nigel Browning
AZoM speaks to Professor Nigel Browning from the University of Liverpool about the importance of electron microscopy development and how it aids the continuous search for clean energy, conversion, storage and transmission application materials.
Professor Quan Zhou
AZoM speaks with Professor Quan Zhou, the head of the Robotic Instrument group in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, School of Electrical Engineering, Aalto University, Finland. In their study, Professor Quan Zhou and his team of researchers analyzed naturally occurring phenome
The new PTR-TOF 10k offers the highest mass resolution available combined with original IONICON TRU-E/N PTR technology.
TA Instrument’s new Discovery TMA 450 RH is a thermal analyzer that can also provide precise and accurate humidity analysis.
With the FlowCam LO, which is flow imaging with light obscuration, you can obtain Light Obscuration data to meet USP regulatory guidelines for the biopharmaceutical industry, and also verify your data with real images, all with a single instrument.
A wood-based packaging solution, developed by Holmen Iggesund, one of the largest producers of premium fiber-based paperboard in Europe, demonstrates how three-dimensional formable products, such as cups and trays, can be made from a sustainable plastic alternative.
Desktop Metal, a leader in the metal binder jetting production market, has launched Forust, a new company that uses volume additive manufacturing for the production of sustainable wood products from wood waste.
Automotive manufacturers have begun to offer sustainable, animal-product-free alternatives in their vehicles in response to consumer demand and increased attention towards climate action.