PBS Newshour looks into last Friday’s oil spill in the Yellowstone River and discusses the scope of the damage.
MS Noise, a company that has been delivering soundproof enclosures for vacuum pumps since 2004, recently introduced an extensive range of soundproofing products for the analytical laboratory.
Cell phones have had their share of critics, but the latest cellular scare sounds particularly interesting: Cell phones may be killing the honeybees.
Doug Tucker, Chief of the Los Alamos fire department, talks about fighting the wildfire near the Los Alamos National Laboratory nuclear production center.
Emirati nuclear officials say proposed nuclear plants for growing energy demands will have advanced safety systems.
According to Videx, the company can provide CyberLock electronic access and key control nearly anywhere a mechanical lock is present.
St. Louis' fire chief says they had to evacuate nearly 500 people and shutdown a highway following a chemical fire at the Chemisphere plant.
Netherlocks’ mechanical valve interlocks eliminate human error to ensure that critical valves are locked in the proper position.
Food Manufacturing spoke with Dr. Scott Hurd of Iowa State University about Europe’s deadly E. coli outbreak and how it could affect U.S. food processors and consumers.
"The Toxies" showcases the most dangerously toxic and seductive "bad actor" chemicals.
Physicist Michio Kaku discuses revelations about higher nuclear radiation levels in Japan, in addition to a bunny born without ears.
New sensors may help detect problems with oil rigs before disaster strikes.
The Environmental Working Group issues an update on pesticide amounts on conventional produce.
The new MV-RD explosion vent from Oseco is designed to protect personnel and equipment during deflagrations in high cycling and high vacuum applications.
Only in its infancy, Dr Pepper Snapple Group’s Victorville facility is blowing past the industry-standard benchmarks for safety and quality in beverage production.
Nuclear experts discuss the future of nuclear power around the world.
Some are concerned that regulators aren't doing more to stop radioactive leaks.
Chemical attack is a destructive force in any high-tech manufacturing process. For TIMET’s Las Vegas, Nev.-based plant, the force was presenting itself during the high-temperature mixing of titanium tetrachloride (TiCl4), known in the industry as TiCL.
Electrocution is the obvious danger faced by anyone working on or near live electrical equipment and it is clearly important to understand shock hazards and wear appropriate protection.
AEP Turns to GE’s ABMet® Technology to Reduce Selenium Concentrations at the Mountaineer Power Plant in West Virginia.
Perhaps the best we can hope for from this panel is a well-footnoted but divided report, with a minority favoring less regulation, the majority favoring more, and the energy companies just trying to do their job responsibly in response.
The WX64 offers a rich set of features including a color display, data logging via 2GB SD Card, zoning, dual RS-485 ports and programmable relays.
The process, called Supercritical Water Oxidation, treats industrial waste cleanly without producing any dangerous elements
Oscar nominee for a new documentary entitled Gasland is worried about fracking, a drilling process that's blamed for contaminating drinking water.