A team of researchers from Utah State University have developed a DC current-to-DC voltage power converter. This converter is equipped for long distances and minimal maintenance, making it particularly useful in underwater power distribution networks.
The American College of Physicians (ACP), publisher of Annals of Internal Medicine (Annals), one of the most influential peer-reviewed clinical journals in the world, and the American Heart Association (AHA) today announce a new partnership to jointly publish Annals of Internal Medicine: Clinical Cases (AIMCC). The digital, open access, peer-reviewed journal will publish case reports relevant to clinicians across the spectrum of medicine.
In a race to transform the vaccine-hesitant into adopters in New York City and surrounding counties as Covid-19 variants rise, the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (CUNY SPH) has announced the New York State Vaccine Education and Adoption Project.
Venus images are nothing new, but a solar probe surprised the researchers by seeing through the planet's clouds.
Manufacturing process for industries of electronics, such as semiconductors, flat panel displays, and solar batteries uses dangerous toxic and flammable gases and requires a large amount of energy to detoxify. On the basis of the research outcome by Professor Takanori Ichiki of the University of Tokyo, Kanken Techno Co. developed the abatement system that efficiently detoxifies exhaust gases with a low-energy.
Curtin University and DUG Technology Ltd have entered into a decade-long partnership to collaborate in the fields of high-performance computing (HPC), education and research.
The Hanseatic League was a confederation of merchant guilds and market towns in Northwestern and Central Europe, which dominated trade in the region for 300 years. A digital platform has now been built which reveals the long-distance trade routes in Northern Europe between 1350 and 1650. The Research Center for Hanse and Baltic History, the Universities of Magdeburg, Aarhus and Nijmegen, and a team from the University of Göttingen worked together to make this possible.
As electrified and hybrid vehicles become increasingly common on roads and highways around the world, Southwest Research Institute is launching a new industry consortium, Advanced Fluids for Electrified Vehicles (AFEV), to expand the industry's understanding of the stressors placed on electric vehicle fluids, or "e-fluids." Original equipment manufacturers, lubricant manufacturers and suppliers are invited to join the consortium, which kicks off May 18, aimed at moving electric vehicle powertrain advancements forward.
A team of engineers from Purdue University, Air Squared Inc., and Whirlpool Corporation is working on building a fridge for zero gravity that operates in different orientations and just as well as the one in your kitchen, giving astronauts access to longer-lasting and more nutritious food.
As a result of the Tri-Service Maritime Strategy (TSMS) released in December, which underscored the need for joint cooperation in today's security environment, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, Calif. and the US Coast Guard Research and Development Center (RDC) in New London, Conn. agreed to a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Apr. 14 extending their previous three-year direct collaboration on joint research projects and exchanges to five more years.