Dry Heat Sterilization: Static-Air vs. Forced-Air

Dry Heat Sterilization: Static-Air vs. Forced-Air

Sterilization is critical to many products. It ensures that they are safe, consumable, and healthy. The FDA regulates four forms…

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Medical Device Manufacturing: Minimally Invasive Catheters

Medical Device Manufacturing: Minimally Invasive Catheters

Catheters, a widely used medical device, are thin tubes usually made of soft plastic material that is inserted into the…

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Self-Watering Soil That May Revolutionize Farming

Self-Watering Soil That May Revolutionize Farming

With rising temperatures and shifting rainfall patterns, heatwaves and droughts are increasing at an alarming rate around the world. So…

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Self-Navigating Autonomously-Driven Balloons Are a Thing Now

Self-Navigating Autonomously-Driven Balloons Are a Thing Now

If there’s one thing that any artificial intelligence hates to handle, that would be a chaotic environment with numerous competing…

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A Swiss Drone Has Finally Inspected Reactor 5 in Chernobyl

A Swiss Drone Has Finally Inspected Reactor 5 in Chernobyl

Almost 35 years after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant catastrophe which involved the explosion of reactor no. 4, the complex…

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Self-Healing Concrete Could Help Manage the “Aging Bridges” Problem in the U.S.

Self-Healing Concrete Could Help Manage the “Aging Bridges” Problem in the U.S.

The U.S. is entering an “aging bridges” crisis, with 39% of a total of 614,387 bridges across the country being…

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Medical Device Manufacturing: Minimally Invasive Catheters

Catheters, a widely used medical device, are thin tubes usually made of soft plastic material that is inserted into the body. The human body presents challenges when medical devices must conform to morphological structures, varying thermal conditions and different strength and flexibility criteria. In order…

Self-Watering Soil That May Revolutionize Farming

With rising temperatures and shifting rainfall patterns, heatwaves and droughts are increasing at an alarming rate around the world. So the researchers from the University of Texas have created a new type of soil that can pull water from the air and distribute it to…

Self-Navigating Autonomously-Driven Balloons Are a Thing Now

If there’s one thing that any artificial intelligence hates to handle, that would be a chaotic environment with numerous competing factors that also change rapidly. And if there’s one thing that encapsulates all of the above, that would be operating a flying air balloon. There…