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Birmingham spinout begins commercialisation for a technology that will make manufacturing more sustainable

Technology allows to monitor what is going on inside production pipes in real-time, without having to halt production

25-Jan-2022

University of Birmingham spinout Rheality has partnered with Clean Engineering to commercialise a ‘smart’ AI-based system that will significantly optimise fluid production by reducing power consumption and raw material wastage while maximising throughput and product quality in the Food, Oil & ...

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Solar supercapacitor could power future of wearable sensors

23-Jul-2018

A new form of solar-powered supercapacitor could help make future wearable technologies lighter and more energy-efficient, scientists say.‌ Researchers from the University of Glasgow’s Bendable Electronics and Sensing Technologies (BEST) group describe how they have developed a promising new type ...

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Promising sensors for submarines, mines and spacecraft

14-Nov-2017

Researchers from the Physics Department of Moscow State University and their colleagues have discovered a mechanism that allows gas sensors, based on nanocrystalline metal oxides, to work at room temperature. This invention will raise the efficiency of environmental monitoring at nuclear power ...

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Ozone recovery may be delayed by unregulated chemicals

29-Jun-2017

Recent increases in an unregulated ozone-depleting substance, could delay recovery of Antarctic ozone levels by 5-30 years, depending on emissions scenarios. The findings suggest that a previously ignored chemical called dichloromethane may now be contributing to ozone depletion and should be ...

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New sensors could enable more affordable detection of pollution and diseases

23-Jun-2017

When it comes to testing for cancer, environmental pollution and food contaminants, traditional sensors can help. The challenges are that they often are bulky, expensive, non-intuitive and complicated. Now, one team reports in ACS Sensors that portable pressure-based detectors coupled with ...

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Highly sensitive nanosensors to prevent catastrophes

02-Jun-2017

With safety in the resource sector a globally critical issue, the researchers said an affordable, robust, and real-time monitoring system was imperative - and they have already made recent important discoveries furthering this work within the centre. Dr Dzung Dao, Professor Nam-Trung Nguyen, ...

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How good is the measurement method?

Three more interlaboratory tests on safety of chemicals

29-Nov-2016

The causes of accidents can be diverse, whether it is an explosion in a chemical plant or a fire on a dangerous goods freighter. Prevention starts in the laboratory where chemicals are tested for their hazardous properties. Safety experts, haulage contractors or traders must be able to rely on ...

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LSU researcher receives NSF rapid response grant to study health of marshes impacted by oil

Brings together three universities to develop detailed analysis and insight into molecular-level affects

12-Aug-2010

LSU Associate Professor of Chemistry Robert Cook has recently received a rapid response grant from the National Science Foundation, or NSF, to investigate the impact of oil from the Deepwater Horizon disaster on Louisiana's highly fertile, productive and delicate marshlands by studying dissolved ...

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Uhde and Praxair sign global hydrogen alliance agreement

22-Mar-2010

In December 2009 Uhde and its subsidiary, Uhde Corporation of America in Bridgeville, USA, signed a global hydrogen alliance agreement with the American company, Praxair, which is headquartered in Tonawanda, N.Y., USA. The arrangement effectively covers the areas of steam reformer-based hydrogen ...

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Stratophase receives £2.5m follow-on investment

New funding supports roll out of Early Access Programme for SpectroSens real-time monitoring technology

02-Feb-2010

Stratophase has started the new year by securing £2.5m follow-on funding from existing investor East Hill Management. Commenting on the funding, Dr Richard Williams, CEO of Stratophase said, “These are exciting times for Stratophase. We are initiating a SpectroSens Early Access Programme in ...

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