Imagine being able to track the muscular tiredness during a workout, as well as blood sugar levels, and determine if too much drink is consumed, all from a little gadget worn on the skin.
Liquid ammonia is a potential marine fuel in the shipping sector due to its low carbon, safe storage, and high energy density.
Analogue pyroelectric detectors from InfraTec have been used in a number of different customer applications for over 30 years.
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.
We understand the day-to-day hazards that can arise when using various gases, and the difficulties in ensuring safety in your working environment and for your teams.
An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Massachusetts Amherst has created a low-cost shoe insole containing force-sensitive resistors (FSR) that intends to enhance the treatment of mobility-impairing health problems such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, and osteoarthritis.
When plants are thirsty, they are unable to communicate their needs. Visual symptoms, such as shriveling or browning leaves, do not appear until the leaves have lost the majority of their water.
Forming presses are commonly employed as critical components in industrial manufacturing processes. Almost every product comprises formed pieces, from automobiles to refrigerators. These machines may cost them millions of dollars to buy, and they require a long time to set up and adjust exactly as needed.
Wireless communications have progressed from 3G to 4G to 5G, and the next phase is underway. What does 6G include, and how will it interact with current infrastructure?
As Wi-Fi becomes more widely available in cities, and possibly at higher frequencies, it may become reliant on a common urban resource: streetlight poles.
Image processing can be used to accelerate, control and optimise processes. When artificial intelligence comes into play, the range of applications becomes even wider. This is especially true for agriculture and the food...
Each fall, millions of monarch butterflies migrate to a particular group of mountain peaks located in central Mexico. How precisely they steer to their winter destination, and the way they select their route, is a subject of immense interest to researchers—particularly as climate change redirects their selected path.
Students from the John Hopkins University discover a sensor that detects early-stage lymphedema, possibly saving thousands of patients, including several breast cancer patients with painful and devastating state.
Ionic skins have showed considerable advantages in creating smart skin that matches the sensing capabilities of real skin. Composed of flexible and biocompatible hydrogels, they transmit an electrical charge via ions.
A research team from Chemnitz and Dresden has taken a major step forward in the development of sensitive electronic skin (e-skin) with integrated artificial hairs. E-skins are flexible electronic systems that try to mimic the sensitivity of their natural human skin counterparts.