Once again, Sensirion trailblazes innovation in environmental sensing to create healthier and more productive environments for people.
A British manufacturer of wireless environmental monitoring solutions will be showcasing its products at this year’s American Institute for Conservation (AIC) Annual Conference in New England on May 13-17, the largest event in North America for conservation professionals.
In an attempt to improve Soldier lethality, Army scientists are designing biorecognition receptors that can offer stable performance in multi-domain settings with the ability to gather real-time assessments of Soldier health and performance.
Seawater contains trace heavy metals that are toxic pollutants both to the ecological environment and to human health. The toxicity of heavy metals is not associated with their total concentration, but rather to their prevalent forms in seawater environment.
Did you know, indoor air pollution can be five times worse in the home than outside? There are as many as 900 toxins that pollute indoor air, including Volatile Organic Compounds, found in perfumes, hair spray, cleaning agents, dry cleaning fluid, paints, lacquers, varnishes; and Formaldehyde, found in gas stoves, MDF, carpets and other furniture products.
Ten hospitals in the most polluted areas of London will be equipped with new air quality monitors to measure levels of toxic air and help protect patients and staff.
An international research team has developed an innovative sensor network with the ability to monitor two vital activities—biodiversity, or the wide range of life, in a specific ecosystem or habitat, and identification of potential illegal activities like poaching or logging in restricted areas.
Merck, a leading science and technology company, today announced a new cloud-based, remote lab water service and monitoring capability available on all Milli-Q® CLX 7000 clinical water purification systems.
With recent increases in global methane emissions, international efforts are underway to monitor and control the emissions of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas (GHG).
Kraken Robotics Inc. has recently announced that it has created a next-generation synthetic aperture sonar, called AquaPix® MINSAS-240 Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS).