Article - 11 Oct 2021
AZoM speaks with Professor Quan Zhou, the head of the Robotic Instrument group in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, School of Electrical Engineering, Aalto University, Finland....
Article - 16 Jul 2020
Researchers at Duke University in the USA have recently created a novel hydrogel-based composite material that matches the strength and durability of natural cartilage tissue. The new development...
Article - 1 Aug 2019
Modern optical measuring tools allow non-destructive surface measurements, and here we examine and compare the optical and tactile methods.
Article - 7 Jan 2019
This article discusses the driving force behind the rising demand of technical ceramics in the medical industry.
Article - 22 Jun 2017
While prosthetic devices have continued to advance throughout history, 3D printing technology has emerged as a revolutionary way to enhance this medical device by avoiding the traditional negative...
Article - 26 Nov 2012
Today, artificial turf or synthetic turf is gaining in popularity and is not only found in some of the world's most important sports arenas, but also in residential lawns and commercial buildings.
Article - 16 Aug 2012
Using the latest manufacturing techniques and often exotic materials, biomedical devices particularly those used in humans, present some of the biggest engineering challenges for the material science...
Article - 28 Nov 2002
An overview of bioceramics, their behaviour in the human body, the forms they can take and their functions is provided. In addition materials such as calcium phosphate materials, alumina, zirconia and...
Article - 31 Jan 2022
In this interview, Dr. David Honigs, Ph.D, the Field Applications Scientist at PerkinElmer, Inc., talks to AZoM about NIR applications for poultry meat processing and rendering.
Article - 27 Aug 2021
Electrocatalysis refinement is key to carbon dioxide reduction and the use of renewables in the production of plastics and fuels. A new device, the Type B DEMS cell, could herald such a refinement.