University of Otago scientists demonstrated a novel type of radio wave antenna using an extremely small glass bulb holding an atomic vapor.
NewTek Sensor Solutions offers its Hermetically-Sealed 4-20mA sensors accept long cables for process control and factory automation applications when standard lengths cannot reach distant control rooms, signal conditioners, PLCs and/or data loggers.
Since 2009, the International Day for Disaster Reduction has been celebrated on 13 October. Proclaimed by the United Nations, it reminds us of the urgency of reducing disaster risks.
NIL Technology (NILT), a leader in advanced optical solutions, is announcing a portfolio of metalens-based transmit-optics with record-setting performance.
With Ensenso C, IDS presents a stereo vision camera that not only generates 3D point clouds, but also delivers 2D images in colour (RGB) thanks to an additionally integrated image sensor.
Liquid flow meter specialist Titan Enterprises, has published a technical review of pulse sensors for flow measurement devices and applications.
AccYouRate has secured a project through a successful bid with the Albanian National Olympic Committee.
A Purdue University-connected startup has received federal funding to innovate an industry projected to reach $4.4 billion by 2028.
Adulteration is a harsh reality in the honey business.
Recently, a groundbreaking solution has emerged in the fight against food waste. A collaborative effort between researchers from Princeton University and Microsoft Research has yielded a novel approach to assess the quality of fruit and reduce food waste.
A novel approach to studying the inner workings of cells — particularly to track the movement of ions inside the numerous microscopic organelles inside the cell — has been proven in two experiments by researchers at the University of Chicago.
Australian researchers have achieved a groundbreaking milestone by creating a molecular-sized electronic sensor that surpasses the efficiency of its widely used counterparts.
A proof-of-concept sensor created by the University of California, Davis researchers could mark the beginning of a new era for millimeter wave radars.
Consider a stretchy and durable sensor patch for monitoring the rehabilitation of patients with elbow or knee injuries or an indestructible and dependable wearable gadget that monitors a runner’s heart activity while training to prevent potentially fatal accidents.
Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in collaboration with bioproduction platform company Enzymit, developed a protein-based biosensor.