News - 2 Dec 2008
Radar — the technology that tracks enemy bombers and hurricanes — is now being employed to detect another danger: when babies stop breathing. In a high-tech twist on the remote devices...
News - 26 Oct 2008
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the U.S. ITER Project Office, which is housed at ORNL, have developed a new cast stainless steel that is 70 percent stronger than comparable steels and...
News - 12 Oct 2008
Yale scientists have created nanowire sensors coupled with simple microprocessor electronics that are both sensitive and specific enough to be used for point-of-care (POC) disease detection, according...
News - 9 Dec 2007
Biomedical and microelectronic devices could be better protected thanks to research underway at Rutgers University - Camden that aims to improve the coating of polymers in smoothness and uniformity,...
Article - 5 Jun 2001
Porous silicon has semiconducting properties as well as displaying bioactivity. This makes it potentially a useful material for electronic implant devices. Properties and production are described.
Article - 31 Oct 2019
This article discusses why third-party testing houses should use LIBS analyzers.
Article - 17 Sep 2019
In this interview, AZoM talks to Eshaan Gandhi, Global Director of Manufacturing at Printerprezz, about the importance of powder characterization in additive manufacturing.
Article - 19 Mar 2003
Rapid shell moulding (RSM) has been adopted to improve the efficiency and reproducibility of in-the-ear hearing aids as well as to reduce the number of reducing return rates. The process and reasons...
News - 1 Mar 2016
Medical implants and spacecraft can suddenly go dead, often for the same reason: cracks in ceramic capacitors, devices that store electric charge in electronic circuits. These cracks, at first...
News - 26 Jan 2015
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Researchers at the University of Missouri have designed a new material that is capable of controlling elastic waves which travel through air. This latest...