The Jena Experiment is a long-term biodiversity focused research project funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).
The large scale project has been ...
Researchers at Rice University have received funding for up to $1 million to develop a real-time sensor system able to detect minute amounts of the airborne virus that causes COVID-19 infection.
CO2Meter.com, a leading source in gas detection technology - has announced a new partnership with leading IoT innovator SAF Tehnika to distribute Aranet devices in North America. Recently released research clearly define...
Researchers supported by a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant and part of a cross-campus collaboration at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) of the University of Alabama System are now working on an innovative sensor network that uses glass fibers to protect drinking water supplies.
A team of scientists from RUDN University and the Dokuchyaev Soil Science Institute developed a method for identifying the color of soil at different depths and the structure of soil profile using ground-penetrating radar.
A new study by researchers from UBC Okanagan has transformed how aircraft and wind turbine operators deal with the risks associated with the build-up of ice.
A laser-based sensor developed at KAUST could improve monitoring of benzene emissions and limit exposure to this pollutant. In collaboration with Saudi Aramco, KAUST researchers have developed a device that accurately senses extremely low concentrations of benzene in real time.
Scientists from Disruptive & Sustainable Technologies for Agricultural Precision (DiSTAP), an Interdisciplinary Research Group (IRG) at the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART), MIT's research enterprise in Singapore, have engineered a novel type of plant nanobionic optical sensor that can detect and monitor, in real-time, levels of the highly toxic heavy metal arsenic in the belowground environment.
Photonics researchers from Aarhus University and the Technical University of Denmark DTU collaborated with chemical engineers and chemists to develop a new sensor system that can help reduce air pollution in Denmark considerably.
New research shows how a combination of imagery from mobile phones, drones and satellites can be used to clamp down on banana threats.