Digital transformation concepts are the basis for projects to increase efficiency and reduce carbon footprint.
Researchers at CU Boulder have developed and validated a sensor for E. coli risk detection when detecting contamination in wastewater environments.
The chip-free device senses and wirelessly transmits signals related to pulse, sweat and ultraviolet exposure, without bulky chips or batteries.
Rice lab leads effort to generate thickness-independent piezoelectricity in atom-thick materials. 2D boundaries could be the key.
University of Missouri researchers developed wearable smart bioelectronic devices and materials for better real-time health monitoring.
MIT researchers have created insect-scale robots inspired by fireflies that can emit light when they fly, which enables motion tracking and communication. See video.
Waterproof sensor devices could be used for health monitoring and to help with human-robot interactions
Data collection in breweries is vital for cross-facility digitalization in the brewing industry.
University of Chicago researchers have developed a framework that could help engineers design systems that can interact more seamlessly, resulting in better performance for multicomponent systems such as batteries or sensors.
Instrumentation calibration is critical for process facilities to meet stringent calibration verifications and certifications. Four best practices and three benefits are highlighted.