In an article recently published in the open-access journal Sustainability, researchers discussed the drying of food waste and its further utility as animal feed.
In an article recently published in the journal Additive Manufacturing, researchers discussed the computation designing of a crack-free aluminum alloy for additive manufacturing.
Scientists from the US have presented research into the use of hydrogen blended with natural gas as a bridging energy to achieve long-term carbon neutrality. This strategy could potentially help meet net-zero targets whilst still ensuring energy security in the short term. Their review study has appeared in the journal Energies.
Scientists from Finsterle GeoConsulting in the US and Fracture Systems, Ltd. in the UK have collaborated on a study investigating how numerical models can enhance the safety of nuclear waste storage in repositories. Their paper has appeared online in the journal Energies.
AnalySwift, LLC, a provider of efficient high-fidelity modeling software for composites and other advanced materials, announced today its sponsorship of the SAMPE 2022 Student Bridge Contest.
The SenzTx Oxygen Transmitter from Process Sensing Technologies (PST) utilizes proven sensortechnology to provide accurate oxygen concentration measurement.
A team of scientists from Romania have investigated the effect of acidic environments on the performance of power cables. Stresses which power cables face in the field have been analyzed by the authors using laboratory-based simulations of operating conditions.
Researchers from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the United States have reported the development of a novel electrochemical hydrogen-looping system for the removal of CO2 from seawater. Their findings have been published online in the journal ACS Energy Letters.
Precisely controlling surface characteristics of substrate materials is central to broadening Raman spectroscopy’s scope and developing it into a standard analytical tool.
In an article recently published in the journal Bioprinting, researchers discussed the droplet-based bioprinting of ionically crosslinking hydrogel bioinks with a mist-based printhead.