Providing materials for use in semiconductor manufacturing is challenging due to the extreme quality levels required for low metal ion and defect levels. This challenge is much greater for suppliers of materials containing long, high-aspect-ratio [...]
Current methods of detecting food-borne pathogens take days to show and confirm results. There is a need for devices that decrease detection time. A field-capable rapid-detection device is being developed and in this study it [...]
, Henry T.B.
, Zhao J.
, MacCuspie R.I.
, Kirschling T.L.
, Xing B.
, Dobrovolskaia M.A.
, Hackley V.
, White J.C.
, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
Novel physicochemistries of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) offer considerable commercial potential for new products and processes, but also the possibility of unforeseen and negative consequences upon ENM release into the environment. Investigations of ENM ecotoxicity have [...]
We develop a new method, allowing real-time monitoring of pathogens and DNA in water. The method is based on an analysis of radiation spectra in near-IR region. We have applied this method for rapid analysis [...]
Effective food safety monitoring is challenged by the necessity to identify human infection capable microorganisms at sufficient infective doses and consumption levels. Regulatory agencies have developed methods for assessing food safety based on currently available [...]
The Islamic law forbids Muslims from consuming food that contains porcine derivatives and alcohol, among others. The halal term is not limited to only the food ingredients but also considers the absence of non-halal species [...]
Journal: TechConnect Briefs
Volume: Technical Proceedings of the 2014 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show
Published: June 15, 2014
Industry sectors: Advanced Materials & Manufacturing | Energy & Sustainability
Topic: Chemical, Physical & Bio-Sensors