Writing in Sustainability, a pair of researchers from Thailand have evaluated the accuracy of travel time sensing in Bluetooth technology. The paper has determined the impact of several factors which affect Bluetooth performance and provides vital information for the traffic and transportation sector.
Plastometrex Secures Innovate UK Funding to Take on $24 Billion Non-Destructive Testing Market.
We are delighted to announce the launch of CORSICA 3.0! Our engineering team has been working tirelessly over the past few months to bring further improvements to our software package. The features in our latest update make our products easier and more intuitive to use while further increasing the quality of the data that they generate.
GeoImage™ is the newest Vitrinite Reflectance Measurement System from CRAIC Technologies and is designed to determine the grade of coal and coke by vitrinite reflectance per the ISO 7404-5 and ASTM D2798 standards.
Climate warming and the looming depletion of fossil resources are driving up demand for electric automobiles. The price of lithium, which is required to power electric vehicles, is also rising as a result of the rising demand. Evaporation or filtration procedures are used to extract lithium from salt lake brines—however, a considerable proportion of magnesium dissolved in the brine has made lithium mining difficult.
In an article recently published in the Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, researchers discussed the development of a spectroscopic method for non-destructive and quick cucumber screening based on the maximum nitrate accumulation limit.
A group of researchers from Johns Hopkins University developed a shock-absorbing material that protects like a metal but is lighter, tougher, and reusable. Helmets, body armor, and vehicle and aircraft equipment might all benefit from the new foam-like substance.
Q CELLS along with Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin achieved a new world record efficiency for a 2-terminal tandem solar cell that combines a mass-production ready silicon bottom cell based on Q.ANTUM technology and a top-cell based on perovskite technology. An efficiency of 28.7% was achieved.
Researchers have reported a rigorous layered compound KInSnS4 (InSnS-1) that can accurately detect Cs+ under both neutral and acidic settings.
Engineers working under the EU-funded project PULSAR, have unveiled a fully autonomous robotic demonstrator, which could construct in orbit the primary mirror of a telescope from separate parts.