A group of biotechnologists and engineers from the University of Freiburg demonstrated for the first time that it is possible to determine the concentration of antibiotics in the body of mammals using breath samples.
With the ISO 9001 certification, MSR has guaranteed its customers for many years, among other things, a well-functioning risk management as well as transparent and documented process flows.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic and the decline in plant and mechanical engineering, 2020 was a successful business year for Leuze.
Designed primarily for ultra-pure water dispensing applications requiring a high degree of cleanliness, clean bore flow measurement devices such as Titan Enterprises’ Metraflow® ultrasonic flowmeter, offer the ideal solution.
A civil engineer from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) is working with a Texas coastal town to create an economical sensor network that will help the community track the effects of climate change.
Protection against landfill gas using gas sensors and controllers from MSR-Electronic. Waste deposits are teeming with organic material that produces so-called landfill gas due to biochemical metabolic processes.
Today, Xenics announced the addition of new camera members to the popular Bobcat 320 family, a best seller in the industry, including an extremely affordable SWIR camera.
The novel design for a next-generation diamond sensor with capabilities that range from producing magnetic resonance imaging of single molecules to detecting slight anomalies in the Earth's magnetic field to guide aircraft that lack access to global positioning systems will be developed by a collaboration of scientists led by the U.S. Department of Energy's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
A team of researchers at Aarhus University has received DKK 2.8 million from Independent Research Fund Denmark, IRFD, to develop an optical sensor to decode the direction of a skyrmion swirl: Incredibly small, stable swirls in magnetic materials created by electrons rotating around themselves.
A newly developed, low-cost sensor can detect and accurately measure the amount of the widely used and controversial herbicide, glyphosate, in droplets of liquid in a laboratory test.
A new study reports that health care workers who exhibited strong emotional support or high resilience were protected against the impacts of stress associated with the COVID-19 pandemic than those who had low emotional support or resilience.
ION Science’s latest development, the Cub 11.7 eV personal solution, provides superior protection against harmful VOCs while delivering on key areas such as lifespan, reliability and compliance.
One of the world’s leading PID (photoionisation detection) sensor manufacturers, ION Science, are pleased to announce they will be exhibiting at US-based technology event Sensors Expo.
ION Science, a global leader in VOC detection and analysis, as well as the only UK OEM within the field, will be attending The Air Quality and Emissions Event to showcase their latest technology and expert offering.
NIT has designed a low price point SWIR camera, the WiDy SenS 320, which integrates our latest dual-mode NSC 2001 InGaAs focal plane array, QVGA resolution, delivering up to 1K fps full-frame, available both with USB3 and CamLink video output.