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  • Rite-Hite Introduces New Industrial Fans
    The destratification CoolMan Zone Fans are designed to cool off tight or obstructed indoor commercial spaces. Read the full article "Rite-Hite Introduces New Industrial Fans" on Facility Executive Magazine....
    Source: Facility Executive by Roneshia Thomas
  • Catalysts, Vol. 12, Pages 1539: Materials Design for N2O Capture: Separation in...
    The adsorption of greenhouse gases (GHG) as a method to reduce their emissions into the atmosphere is an alternative that is easier to implement industrially and cheaper than other existing technologies, such as chemical capture, cryogenic separation, or membrane separation. The vast majority of works found in the literature have...
    Source: MDPI by Daniel Ballesteros-Plata
  • Rejuvenated Corporate Headquarters Improves Its Illumination
    The home health care company’s consolidated campus features a variety of lighting solutions to improve its overall look and feel. Read the full article "Rejuvenated Corporate Headquarters Improves Its Illumination" on Facility Executive Magazine....
    Source: Facility Executive by Jen Goetz
  • What’s next in cybersecurity
    This story is a part of MIT Technology Review’s What’s Next series, where we look across industries, trends, and technologies to let you know what to expect in the coming year. In the world of cybersecurity, there is always one certainty: more hacks. That is the unavoidable constant in an...
    Source: MIT Technology Review by Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
  • Remembering René Vittone
    18.11.22 - Professor Emeritus René Vittone taught at EPFL from 1976 to 1992 and is the author of the university textbook Bâtir - Manuel de la construction. He passed away on 31 October 2022. René Vittone earned a degree in architecture from Ecole Polytechnique de l’Université de Lausanne (EPUL) in...
    Source: EPFL
  • With new heat treatment, 3D-printed metals can withstand extreme conditions
    A technique that transforms the metals’ microscopic structure may enable energy-efficient 3D printing of blades for gas turbines or jet engines....
    Source: MIT: Research by Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office
  • MIT PhD students shed light on important water and food research
    J-WAFS Fellows discuss their inspiration for pursuing challenges in water and food systems....
    Source: MIT: Research by Carolyn Blais | Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab
  • Advancing the energy transition amidst global crises
    MIT Energy Initiative Annual Research Conference highlights both opportunities and obstacles in the race to a net-zero future....
    Source: MIT: Research by Leda Zimmerman | MIT Energy Initiative
  • A new control system for synthetic genes
    Researchers have developed a technique that could help fine-tune the production of monoclonal antibodies and other useful proteins....
    Source: MIT: Research by Anne Trafton | MIT News Office
  • Welding – 12 Types Explained
    Welding is a fabrication process that joins two or more metals using heat, pressure, or both to form a strong, permanent bond. Weldable materials generally include metals and thermoplastics, but […] The post Welding – 12 Types Explained appeared first on Fractory....
    Source: Fractory.com by Siim Sild
  • Building stronger communities for future economic resilience
    Evolving our thinking toward a human-centered circular economy The principles of a circular economy are to eliminate waste and pollution, keep materials in use and regenerate natural systems. Applying these principles to everyday business applications is more vibrant than ever, especially as organizations shift toward new economic models. But approaching...
    Source: IBM IoT Blog by James George
  • FlyFeed flies in the face of the global food crisis
    FlyFeed claims it signed more than $10 million worth of contracts and closed a $3 million round of investment to launch its first insect farm in Vietnam, in its push to produce low-cost, high-nutrient protein for human consumption. The company was founded less than a year ago and is targeting...
    Source: TechCrunch by Haje Jan Kamps
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