The New VORSA 500 Reduces Support Removal Processing Times by over 50%.
In the latest article published in the journal Ceramics International, Chinese researchers have prepared FeS-graphene composites using single-step pyrolytic sulfidation processes by utilizing organic alcohol as a deep eutectic solvent.
Novel manufacturing paradigms are playing an increasing role in the aim of decarbonizing industries, and a special issue published in Sustainability has considered their effects on sustainability.
For close-up inspection tasks in high radiation environments. Resolve Optics offers both a standard range as well as customer specified fixed focus radiation resistant lenses.
The reuse of household greywater, which comes from domestic sources such as laundry, is the focus of a new paper published in Sustainability.
The search for environmentally friendly energy storage and generation devices that can be utilized for wearable electronics has accelerated in recent years. Supercapacitors are a key technology in this search, along with...
A group of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Materials that determined the optimum operating conditions in a cement solidification method, to effectively solidify the radioactive lime waste produced by the neutralization of liquid wastes obtained from the ammonium uranyl carbonate (AUC) ((NH4)4UO2(CO3)3) wet process.
In a recent study published in the journal Additive Manufacturing, researchers from China developed a post-fabrication polishing method for the interior of 3D printed metallic parts that incorporated a combination of electrochemical and mechanical polishing (EMCP) processes.
In a study published in the journal Materials, researchers discussed the use of reactive multilayer thin films to coat tungsten wires to induce an exothermic reaction. The heat generated from this reaction was used to liquify materials with low melting temperatures and block the propagation of cracks in metallic materials.
In a recent study published in the journal ACS Energy Letters, researchers from China analyzed halide perovskite ceramic thin films to harness the excess energy of fast cooling hot carriers (HCs) generated in a solar cel...
In a recent study published in the journal Materials, researchers investigated the effect of a fertilizer solution containing silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) on agricultural and horticultural plant seed germination. They also analyzed the influence of AgNPs on plant growth and yields.
Scientists from China have illustrated new reconstructable uterus-derived materials (RUMs) enabling nearly full recovery from severe uterine injury.
A recent paper published in the journal Cleaner Engineering and Technology investigated spent bleaching earth as an energy source while factoring in the economic viability of various methods of conversion.
Researchers from British Columbia, in their recent article published in the journal Cleaner Engineering and Technology, have not only studied and suggested various novel strategies for utilization of textile waste, but also thoroughly evaluated its effectiveness and viability.
Nanoscribe launches Quantum X align, a high-precision 3D printer enabling auto-aligned printing on optical fibers and photonic chips.