News - 15 Apr 2010
The Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) of Homeland Security is planning to embed a chip that is priced less than a dollar into cell phones.
This chip can be programmed to alert the mobile...
News - 26 Mar 2010
The new MS320C5515 Fingerprint Development Kit will be soon launched by Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI).
The kit offers an entire signal chain solution to integrate fingerprint biometric...
News - 28 Oct 2021
Carlo Gavazzi is excited to introduce the new ICS Series E1-Rated Inductive Proximity Sensors. Specifically designed for the challenging applications on mobile equipment, these sensors offer...
News - 14 Jul 2021
Rothamsted Research is the longest-running agricultural research institute in the world, with a history dating back to the middle of the 19th century.
Sir John Bennet Lawes, an archetypal Victorian...
News - 17 May 2021
We are frequently reminded of how vulnerable our health and safety are to threats from nature or those who wish to harm us.
New sensors developed by Professor Otto Gregory, of the College of...
News - 17 Oct 2019
To address nutrient deficiencies in their populations, several low-income countries have adopted mass food fortification programs. However, many of these programs do not have the resources needed to...
News - 28 Apr 2016
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. today announced the SAMSUNG ARTIK Cloud™, an open data exchange platform designed to connect devices and applications. The SAMSUNG ARTIK Cloud provides easy-to-use,...
News - 15 Feb 2016
The National Institutes of Health signaled a role for mobile devices in health research when, in September 2014, it awarded a $10.8 million, four-year grant to establish the Center of Excellence for...
News - 29 Jan 2016
Starry, Inc., a Boston- and New York-based technology company focused on revolutionizing how consumers connect to the internet, today unveiled its first consumer product, Starry Station. Starry...
News - 5 Nov 2015
The Mississippi River has long had its explorers. From de Soto to Marquette, Lewis and Clark to Clemens, the fourth largest river in the world has for centuries inspired enchantment.