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A scientist team from the University of McGill in Canada has developed a new glass stronger and more resistant than the traditional, inspired by the intern layer of the mollusc shell. 

Emission-free steel for the automotive industry

Thursday, 23 September 2021 08:48
The global steel industry produces 7% of the world's direct carbon emissions caused by using a manufacturing technology based on iron-ore. This technology uses high furnaces that emit coke carbon. But every time we see closer the possibility to make the transition and reduce the global carbon footprint in the…
Swiss researchers, from the Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA), have developed a nanogenerator capable of harnessing the energy of the steps when walking on a wooden floor. To be more efficient, they upgraded the wood used in the nanogenerator with a combination of the silicone coating and…
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2020, more than 60% of the deaths and long-term disabilities caused by bicycle accidents are the consequence of head injuries. Thanks to the report, scientists from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore carry out a new helmet, more resistant and safer…
Tamarind husks, a tropical fruit consumed mainly in Asia, are discarded during food production. Being bulky, they take up considerable space in landfills, where they will be disposing of as agricultural waste.
The concept of flying cars reminds us of a science fiction movie. However, on June 28, the AirCar completed the first trip between cities.
Scientists from the University of Bath, in England, have managed to create a graphene aerogel capable of absorbing until 15,8 decibels. Enough to reduce the noise from aircraft engines and improve passenger’s comfort.
England researchers from different universities developed a new holographic technology that allows seeing through the transport, people or other habitual objects of the street or road.
First, it is essential to know the role that the materials play on sustainable rehabilitation and efficient energy use because not all of them obey the requirements demanded of the environmental certifications. 
Ineltec climatic chambers and their additional subsystems are designed and manufactured following the reference indications of this standard (IEC 60068). This standard helps us to evaluate the climatic behaviour of the equipment and is what defines the test procedures. Ineltec equipment can carry out the different tests commented on part…
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