ClexBio, a Norway-based startup, is teaming up with CSEM to develop the world’s first machine to grow tissue-engineered human veins in the lab. The joint project has received over two million Swiss francs in funding from the Research Council of Norway and aims to produce an entirely new type of vein graft that could improve the lives of the millions of people suffering from deep venous insufficiency.
SPECTRO Analytical Instruments has introduced the SPECTROMAXx LMX10 ARC/SPARK OES analyzer for fast, accurate, advanced elemental analysis in metal producing and fabricating plants, and iron and non-ferrous foundries.
In an article recently published in the journal ACS Applied Polymer Letters, researchers discussed the utility of hydrogel scaffolds loaded with algal biomass as a biomimetic platform with wound-healing and antimicrobial properties.
A paper recently published in the journal Materials demonstrated the feasibility of using electrical methods combined with acoustic emissions (AEs) for sensing damage in cement mortar beams.
Creaform, a business unit of AMETEK, Inc. and worldwide leader in portable 3D measurement solutions and engineering services, announced today the release of its new VXscan-R software module for the VXelements 10 platform.
The current software release 2.6 for the AI vision system IDS NXT focuses primarily on simplifying app creation. The initial phase in development is often one of the greatest challenges in the realization of a project.
Bruker Corporation and TOFWERK AG today announced a strategic partnership for high-speed, ultra-sensitive applied and industrial analytical solutions, in conjunction with a Bruker minority investment in TOFWERK.
R.D. Abbott Co., Inc. (RDAbbott) will educate TV audiences about the past, present, and future of the rubber industry in a five-minute documentary filmed by the Viewpoint Project and hosted by actor Dennis Quaid.
Scientists from the University of Kwazulu-Natal, the University of Witwatersrand, and Icarus Avionics in South Africa have collaborated on a new paper published online in Energies investigating strategies for reducing the starting current in motors.
Researchers from the University Rey Juan Carlos in Spain have reported the development of a novel, lightweight, and state-of-the-art sensor that possesses improved 3D human pose detection. The paper is currently in the pre-proof stage in the journal Displays.