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This article looks at the autonomous 3D printing technologies being developed by three Danish companies to revolutionize infrastructure and environmental deterioration.
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This article discusses food analysis, and the applications of food analysis within it.
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In 1935, Max Knoll invented the scanning electron microscopy (SEM) in Germany to study the targets of television tubes.
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A team at AIMPLAS, the Plastics Technology Centre in Spain, has demonstrated that selected enzymes and microorganisms can cause biodegradation and synthesis of plastics, representing a significant...
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This article discusses why the recycling industry benefits from the use of thermal analysis.
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There are several challenges associated with wider renewable energy adoption in many parts of the world, including costs, transmission, barriers to entry, politics and oversupply.
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While biodiesel is a potential alternative to diesel produced from fossil fuels, there are still barriers towards the creation of high efficiency biodiesel.
Article - 30 Oct 2020
In October 2020, international battery manufacturer Microvast showcased a new ultra-fast-charging energy cell called MpCO 17.5Ah capable of fully charging in 20 minutes.