Science method

Simple method to recycle okara using 3D printing

3D printed okara models by DIW. 3D printed freeze dried okara snacks with different fill levels and sizes. Credit: SUTD Researchers at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) have developed a method to perform 3D printing by direct ink writing (DIW) of okara, a soybean byproduct generated by …

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Digital Learning Pioneers Develop ‘Fair and Robust’ Online Exam Method

A new method of strengthening ‘fair and robust’ online exams has been developed by experts at the University of Exeter, a recent study reports. The pioneering approach allows examiners to define a unique data set for each student during their online assessments, with realistic data generated automatically as well as …

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Machine learning-based method predicts battery failure more accurately

Millions of people around the world do not have access to electricity. Decentralized solar battery systems are key to solving this problem while avoiding carbon emissions and air pollution, but are hampered by relatively high costs and rural areas that prevent timely preventive maintenance. When the batteries in these systems …

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SUTD researchers have developed a simple method for you

image: 3D printed freeze-dried okara snacks with different fill levels and sizes. see Following Credit: SUTD Researchers at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) have developed a method to perform direct ink writing (DIW) 3D printing from okara—A soybean by-product generated from the production of soymilk and tofu …

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New Synthesis Method Produces Superior Membrane For Carbon Capture And Storage – ScienceDaily

Carbon capture and storage, a key way to reduce CO2 concentrations in emissions, consists in separating the CO2 from a gas mixture using a membrane. Thus, scientists have directed their efforts towards improving these membranes. In a new study, a Japanese team presents a new method of synthesizing a promising …

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Method could help speed up genetic discovery in obesity study – sciencedaily

Fat – it’s vital for life, but too much can lead to a host of health problems. Studying how fatty or fatty tissue works in the body is essential for understanding obesity and other issues, but the structural differences in fat cells and their distribution throughout the body make this …

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A new method to measure the essential properties of spin waves in graphene

Spin waves, a change in the spin of electrons that propagates through a material, could fundamentally change the way devices store and transport information. These waves, also called magnons, do not disperse and do not couple with other particles. Under the right conditions, they can even act as a superfluid, …

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A comprehensive method of non-uniformity correction for EMCCD

EMCCD imaging model The single pixel imaging model in EMCCD is shown in the equation. (2). $$ {image} _ {out} = {k} _ {1} * left[left({k}_{0}*photons+{b}_{0}right)*Gright]+ {b} _ {1} + {image} _ {dark} $$ (2) In this equation, (photons ) is the original single pixel signal entering the imaging area; …

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Scientists propose a new method of sustainable development

image: Researchers used plant-derived acrylate and acetaldehyde as raw materials to produce PCTA and CHDM see Following Credit: DICP Poly (1,4-cyclohexylene dimethylene terephthalate-co-isophthalate) (PCTA) is an important copolyester that has been widely used in cosmetic containers, household appliances, and medical packaging. Currently, PCTA is made by polycondensation of cyclohexanedimethanol (CHDM), …

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Recycling method reduces environmental footprint of plastic waste stream – sciencedaily

Plastics found in electronic waste (e-waste) are rarely recycled due to their complex composition and dangerous additives, but scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a new use for them – by reusing them as an alternative to plastics used in laboratory cell culture vessels, such as …

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