OKdo, part of RS Group Plc, announced an exclusive manufacturing and distribution partnership with LAIIER® for its Surface to Cloud™ smart buildings solution.
MIT researchers have successfully demonstrated the ability to digitally fabricate plasma sensors for use on spacecraft and satellites to determine the ion energy distribution and chemical composition in the atmosphere.
VIGO Photonics shared today that its infrared detector products have been selected to monitor critical environmental systems on board NASA's Orion spacecraft.
Part of the Artemis program, Orion will s...
From July 1st, 2022, the German Research Foundation (DFG) will support the Collaborative Research Center CRC 1537 “ECOSENSE.” For its interdisciplinary, thorough study of ecological processes in forests, the SFB will receive around 10.5 million euros over four years.
Liquid ammonia is a potential marine fuel in the shipping sector due to its low carbon, safe storage, and high energy density.
Hundreds of sensors the size of a milk bottle will be buried across Australia to help scientists better understand what lies beneath the Earth’s surface.
Muons are highly energetic particles that are ever-present in the air and pass via uniform huge objects with comfort. Sensitive detectors that have been installed along the Tokyo Bay tunnel quantify muons passing via the sea present above them.
Researchers based at the University of California, Santa Cruz, have now developed a framework to help guide scientists in assessing the habitability of other worlds on exoplanets.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research (YIC) has created a marine carbon dioxide (CO2) monitoring system based on electrochemical sensing for quick in-situ analysis of dissolved CO2 in seawater, directed by Wei Qin.
Biofouling is a major challenge for underwater sensors, particularly in marine environments where long-term in situ monitoring takes place.