CEP: News Update

January
,
2019

Engineers at the Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass Amherst) have developed a thread-based battery that can be stitched into fabric and used to power wearable biosensors for health monitoring.

More than 100,000 patients are currently waiting for a life-saving organ transplant, and each day, approximately 20 of them will die waiting. Limited organ donor availability has become a grim reality over the past few decades.

Nanoparticles have advanced rapidly as therapeutic vessels for drug delivery, specifically for cancer therapies.

Imagine taking in plastics destined for landfills and transforming them into valuable fuels. That is the concept behind RES Polyflow’s innovative technology.

On a daily basis, the average window lets in approximately 500 W/m2 of heat from sunlight. This amount of radiation is comparable to a microwave oven, which operates at 600–1,000 W.

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