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Wearable revolutionizes whale research, makes them partners in science

Wearable revolutionizes whale research, makes them partners in science

Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 30, 2016
Live cell imaging using a smartphone

Live cell imaging using a smartphone

A recent study from Uppsala University shows how smartphones can be used to make movies of living cells, without the need for expensive equipment.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 28, 2016
Self-healing, transparent, highly stretchable material

Self-healing, transparent, highly stretchable material

Scientists have developed a transparent, self-healing, highly stretchable conductive material that can be electrically activated to power artificial muscles and could be used to improve batteries, electronic devices, and robots.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 23, 2016
Scientists build bacteria-powered battery on single sheet of paper

Scientists build bacteria-powered battery on single sheet of paper

nstead of ordering batteries by the pack, we might get them by the ream in the future.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 23, 2016
3D-printed synthetic bone to be developed for landmine blast survivors

3D-printed synthetic bone to be developed for landmine blast survivors

Synthetically grown 'off the shelf' bone should soon be a reality for landmine blast survivors thanks to a new £2.8 million regenerative medicine project.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 16, 2016
Ground-breaking production method to accelerate graphene revolution

Ground-breaking production method to accelerate graphene revolution

An innovative new cheap and simple mass production technique, developed by the University of Exeter, is set to open up the global potential of the 'wonder' material graphene.
External Company Press Release
Results from the PVSITES project as it achieves its second milestone

Results from the PVSITES project as it achieves its second milestone

The European- funded PVSITES project focuses on the demonstration of an ambitious catalogue of building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) technologies and systems, specially tailored to provide a robust answer to market demands, in six building demo cases throughout Europe.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 12, 2016
TNO Discusses 3D Bioprinting

TNO Discusses 3D Bioprinting

Video Interview with TNO at the IDTechEx Show! in Santa Clara, USA (November 16-17 2016)
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 12, 2016
Engineers get under robot's skin to heighten senses

Engineers get under robot's skin to heighten senses

Most robots achieve grasping and tactile sensing through motorized means, which can be excessively bulky and rigid. Researchers have devised a way for a soft robot to feel its surroundings internally, in much the same way humans do.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 8, 2016
Soft contact lenses inspire alternative to battery power storage

Soft contact lenses inspire alternative to battery power storage

Ground-breaking research has developed potentially transformational technology which could revolutionise the capabilities of appliances that have previously relied on battery power to work.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 7, 2016
Dielectric capacitor to beat batteries?

Dielectric capacitor to beat batteries?

The term supercapacitor means the same as ultracapacitor. It is traditionally limited to electrostatic devices that are based on an electrochemical double layer much thinner and of wider area than the dielectric that is the basis of all other capacitors.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 5, 2016
Innovations in Large-Area Electronics Conference (innoLAE 2017)

Innovations in Large-Area Electronics Conference (innoLAE 2017)

A key event for the large-area electronics community, bringing industry and academia together and providing valuable opportunities to share the latest research results and discuss new projects and collaborations.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 1, 2016
Tiny, soft and wearable acoustic sensor

Tiny, soft and wearable acoustic sensor

Researchers have developed a tiny, soft and wearable acoustic sensor that measures vibrations in the human body, allowing them to monitor human heart health and recognize spoken words.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 28, 2016
Self-healing, transparent, highly stretchable material

Self-healing, transparent, highly stretchable material

Scientists have developed a transparent, self-healing, highly stretchable conductive material that can be electrically activated to power artificial muscles and could be used to improve batteries, electronic devices, and robots.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 23, 2016
3D-printed synthetic bone to be developed for landmine blast survivors

3D-printed synthetic bone to be developed for landmine blast survivors

Synthetically grown 'off the shelf' bone should soon be a reality for landmine blast survivors thanks to a new £2.8 million regenerative medicine project.
External Company Press Release
Results from the PVSITES project as it achieves its second milestone

Results from the PVSITES project as it achieves its second milestone

The European- funded PVSITES project focuses on the demonstration of an ambitious catalogue of building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) technologies and systems, specially tailored to provide a robust answer to market demands, in six building demo cases throughout Europe.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 12, 2016
Engineers get under robot's skin to heighten senses

Engineers get under robot's skin to heighten senses

Most robots achieve grasping and tactile sensing through motorized means, which can be excessively bulky and rigid. Researchers have devised a way for a soft robot to feel its surroundings internally, in much the same way humans do.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 7, 2016
Dielectric capacitor to beat batteries?

Dielectric capacitor to beat batteries?

The term supercapacitor means the same as ultracapacitor. It is traditionally limited to electrostatic devices that are based on an electrochemical double layer much thinner and of wider area than the dielectric that is the basis of all other capacitors.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 1, 2016
Tiny, soft and wearable acoustic sensor

Tiny, soft and wearable acoustic sensor

Researchers have developed a tiny, soft and wearable acoustic sensor that measures vibrations in the human body, allowing them to monitor human heart health and recognize spoken words.
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