80 GHz narrow beam technology is used by the CNCR series of compact non-contact radar level sensors to provide an accurate measurement of simple and a
Alongside rising global population levels is the continual development and expansion of various industries, including pharmaceuticals, refining
The patio at Better Luck Tomorrow. The Heights restaurant is among the latest local eateries to shutter citing the spread of Omicron in the Houston area.
As the Omicron variant continues to turn up in wastewater treatment plants around the city, a growing number of prominent Houston rest
COLUMBUS — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted announced on Tuesday, Dec. 7, more than $109 million will be awarded to help fund critical water projects in all of Ohio’s 88 counties as part of the third and final round of grants awarded through the new Ohio BUILDS water i
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Melbourne Water is nearing the completion of a nearly 20MW solar plant, one of the biggest single commercial PV arrays to be installed in Australia, to dat
Battery developer SES and ENTEK Membranes have announced an exclusive supply agreement for battery separator materials for SES’s recently unveiled hybrid lithium metal battery cell Apollo. The company is currently looking to scale up as it expects to supply GM and Hyundai-Kia in future.
The Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology announced on Dec. 20 that it has produced a bendable composite solid electrolyte free from the risk of explosion and fire, and it is capable of substantially improving the performance and safety of wearable device batteries.
The Textile Dye Garden on the Pratt Brooklyn campus (all images courtesy the Textile Dye Garden)
Cultivating beds of indigo, marigolds, dahlias, hibiscus, and goldenrod, Pratt Institute students are exploring how to make natural dyes from seed to harvest. The Textile Dye Garden was plant
WARM SPRINGS, Ore. (AP) — Erland Suppah Jr. doesn’t trust what comes out of his faucet.
Each week, Suppah and his girlfriend haul a half-dozen large jugs of water from a distribution center run by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs to their apartment for everything from drinking
December 21, 2021 11:00 ET | Source: Acumen Research and Consulting Acumen Research and Consulting
LONDON, Dec. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)