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  • News - 30 Dec 2010
    In its endeavor to predict earthquakes, the Indian ministry of earth sciences (MoES) plans to develop a network of seismic sensors 8 km under the ground at Koyna in Maharashtra. This is likely the...
  • Article - 24 Sep 2013
    Advancements in sensor technology are opening up a new avenue to try and measure and stabilize hand tremors.
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    Our goal is to make high-quality gas detection products and expert solutions available to you. CO2Meter.com is the website for CO2Meter, Inc., an engineering firm located in Ormond Beach,...
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    Measurement Specialties is a global designer and manufacturer of sensors and sensor-based systems which measure pressure/force, position, vibration, temperature, humidity, and fluid properties....
  • News - 17 Mar 2017
    When her medications are not giving her the relief, Bernadette Mroz says, “my world goes into a spin cycle. I cannot function mentally, emotionally, or physically.” Mroz suffers...
  • News - 24 Jun 2016
    At the University of California a group of engineers are analyzing a lightweight steel-frame structure that is six-story high. The building is tested on the biggest external seismic shake table in the...
  • News - 29 Sep 2012
    Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine researchers have integrated computer-controlled piezoelectric motors to Optical Coherence...
  • News - 11 Feb 2011
    Researchers at the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Institute of the University of the Philippines have developed a sensor to forecast landslides. The Landslide Early Warning System was launched...
  • News - 20 Oct 2010
    The Technical Research Institute of the Obayashi Corporation has integrated effective vibration control solutions to its latest main facility in the Tokyo-oriented Kiyose City, which has the...
  • News - 2 Jan 2019
    Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) have developed a novel neurostimulator that can simultaneously listen to and trigger electric current in the brain, possibly...