An ultra-thin and fully transparent material, which is said to have one of the highest mobilities of any wide bandgap, positively charged semiconductor, is under development at RMIT University, Australia, for integration into flexible displays and smart lenses.
Using a new 3D printing process, University of Nottingham researchers have discovered how to tailor-make artificial body parts and other medical devices with built-in functionality, which they claim offers better shape and durability, while cutting the risk of bacterial infection at the same time.
International standardisation network VAMAS Is calling for participants to perform interlaboratory comparison of water/BAM-P109 (activated porous carbon) adsorption isotherms and to recommend best practices for vapour sorption measurements.
Bee'ah is announcing that it will be developing the Middle East’s first waste-to-hydrogen project which includes a generation plant and a green hydrogen vehicle fuelling station in the UAE, in partnership with UK-based Chinook Sciences.
Oxbotica and TRL have piloted the use of the first Code of Practice for the safe and cost-effective deployment of autonomous vehicles in unstructured off-highway environments, with a live trial conducted in a quarry using a number of off-road vehicles.