Smallest Earthquake Sensor For Autonomous IoT Systems

Smallest Earthquake Sensor For Autonomous IoT Systems Omron has claimed the world’s smallest seismic sensor (9.8 x 10.9mm) designed to make systems safer and minimise the risk of secondary damage after earthquakes by safely shutting off and stopping hazardous devices. The D7S sensor can also help determine damage by mapping seismic intensity and providing building collapse information. Designed for autonomous IoT systems, the compact D7S…

Indian chemical plant discovers how to turn its carbon emissions into baking soda

Indian chemical plant discovers how to turn its carbon emissions into baking soda A groundbreaking discovery has been made in southern India amidst the race to convert CO2 emissions into useful products. At a chemical plant in India, a new system has become the very first in the world to capture carbon emissions and convert them into baking soda. The Tuticorin Alkali Chemicals plant, in the…

Fellowship Opportunities for Researchers in India

Fellowship of Ministry of Science & Technology(DST/DBT/CSIR(DSIR)/SERB) 1. Extra Mural Research Funding (Individual Centric) Individual centric competitive mode of funding will be provided under the EMR funding schemes. SERB supports potential scientists for undertaking research in frontier areas of S&T in Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences & Mathematical Sciences. Read More 2.Scheme for funding High Risk -High Reward…

Whatever you do, don’t quit your job to pursue your passion

Whatever you do, don’t quit your job to pursue your passion WRITTEN BY: Janelle Quibuyen Freelance designer Imge Source Huffington Pos: Woman hiking outdoors Two years ago, I quit my full-time, salaried with benefits job to pursue self-employment as an independent freelance graphic designer. (This is maybe the most cliche statement to read online these days.) Since then, the reactions I’ve received have all been pretty similar.…

Origami goes high-tech

ORIGAMI GOES HIGH-TECH FOR POTENTIAL MILITARY APPLICATIONS Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the University of Tokyo have taken a keen interest in origami, which they believe may soon provide a foundation for antennas that can reconfigure themselves to operate at different frequencies, microfluidic devices whose properties can change in operation, and possibly heating and air-conditioning ductwork…

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