NASA climate scientist James Hansen talks about why cap and trade won't work, and his preference for a direct carbon tax on coal, oil and gas.
Marines test drive an augmented reality system that assists with tank repair procedures using a headset, and in-sight instructions and animation.
Novozymes North America president Adam Monroe talks about why the auto industry will continue to look for biofuel solutions and the use of municipal waste as a feedstock.
Many companies still take the time to recognize that new ideas are not only attractive, but also compulsory in an industry that wants to keep moving forward.
Sweco’s new Ecutec KGM ball mill uses wear resistant lining and grinding media to grind abrasive products.
Industry experts jot down their perspectives on critical issues, such as speeding up line cleaning and changeover, as well as minimizing combustible dust hazards in powder bulk handling.
IMTEK's Online MSDS (material safety data sheets) Management Solution uses a secure hosted environment and facilitates hazard communication management and compliance.
Shenitech's STUF-300F1B transit-time flowmeter uses a pair of clamp-on ultrasonic transducers to measure flow from outside the pipe.
Plast-O-Matic Valves' Series S multi-port selector valve can be stacked in multiple combinations for manifold applications.
Nutra Manufacturing increased throughput on its nutritional supplement packaging line with the use of an Impulse size grader.
Food activist Michael Pollan touched a nerve when alluding to “edible food-like substances,” referring to many of the processed foods Americans consume every day.
Choosing the most cost and energy efficient process control panel cooling solution from the many types available requires knowledge of their individual strengths and weaknesses, and the ability to match that to the operational environment.
The EchoTherm™ HPLC Column Heater Model CO20 from Torrey Pines Scientific, Inc. has a temperature range from room temperature to 194° F and PID temperature control software.
CRAIC Technologies’ microspectrophotometers can cool samples to as low as –320° F or heat them up to as high as 1112° F when operating in the UV-visible NIR regions.