Scientists have built a low-cost device capable of selectively capturing carbon dioxide gas while charging.
In an article recently published in the journal Additive Manufacturing Letters, researchers discussed electronic component embedding during selective laser sintering (SLS) methodology.
Writing in Energy Storage Materials, researchers from the University of Science and Technology of China have reviewed recent progress and perspectives on the incorporation of organic species into redox flow batteries.
Writing in Energies, a team of scientists from France have investigated the properties of 3D-printed polycarbonate. The research has implications for the future design of insulating materials in the construction industry using additive manufacturing methods.
In an article recently published in the open-access journal Energies, researchers discussed the feasibility of hybrid desalination of plants with small gas turbine combined heat and power system (CHP) systems.
A team of researchers from France have investigated the effects of radiotherapy on tooth enamel and the potential induction of tooth decay. Their findings have appeared in the journal Dental Materials.
A new paper published in ACS Engineering Au has investigated the experimental quantification of gas dispersion in catalyst structures produced by additive manufacturing using non-destructive testing to inform future structured catalyst design.
Mercury pollution is considered a global issue in air, water, and soil near goldmines, cement, and few metal production, and other huge industries burning fossil fuels, with removal that is so costly or challenging in a few of the poorest countries in the world.
For the first time, scientists have discovered a method to imbue sustainable paper materials with the beneficial properties of plastic. This could be done in a simple, effective, and efficient manner. A coating known as Choetsu not only waterproofs paper but also retains its flexibility and degrades safely.
The Rotronic digital sensors communicate to data loggers (wired or wireless) and all communication to the server and database is done digitally as such there is no loss in accuracy during data transmission.