Cities of the future may be built with algae-grown limestone – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Global cement production accounts for 7% of annual greenhouse gas emissions in large part through the burning of quarried limestone. Now, a CU Boulder-led research team has figured out a way to make cement production carbon neutral — and even carbon negative — by pulling carbon dioxide out of the air with the help of … Read more

Biology professor’s research potentially pivotal for future of Great Lakes fisheries

The University of Winnipeg’s Dr. Sara Good is part of a team of researchers whose recent findings have the potential to play a pivotal role in the future of Great Lakes fisheries by assisting in the control of sea lamprey populations. Results published in Nature Communications Biology as part of the recent paper “Pervasive male-biased … Read more

2-mile borehole to reveal viability of campus’ geothermal future

Cornell is one step closer to determining the feasibility of using deep geothermal energy to heat the Ithaca campus. Drilling for the Cornell University Borehole Observatory (CUBO) began June 21 and is expected to last about two months. The borehole, located on a Cornell-owned gravel parking lot near Palm Road, will be subjected to a … Read more

Synthetic Biology Market Analysis by Size, Demand, Future Trends, Challenges, Growth Opportunities and Forecast by 2028 | Amyris, DNA2.0, Evolva, DSM, Twist biosciences

A thorough analysis of Synthetic Biology Market statistics about the current as well as emerging trends offers clarity regarding the Synthetic Biology Market dynamics. The report includes Porter’s Five Forces to analyze the prominence of various features such as the understanding of both the suppliers and customers, risks posed by various agents, the strength of … Read more

Controlled synthesis of crystal flakes paves path for advanced future electronics – BIOENGINEER.ORG

The third dimension may be responsible for preventing electronics from becoming thinner, tinier and more flexible, according to an international collaboration that developed a way to manufacture new, idealized two-dimensional semiconductor materials. The third dimension may be responsible for preventing electronics from becoming thinner, tinier and more flexible, according to an international collaboration that developed … Read more

The University of Plymouth: Where your future in Biological and Marine Sciences begins

MSc Zoo Conservation Biology Hands-on and experiential learning, through fieldtrips and real-world skills development, is what employers are increasingly looking for in the graduates they recruit; it’s also of enormous benefit to students’ understanding, especially for those with multiple learning disabilities, such as Martie Stothoff. Martie Stothoff (USA), pictured, would like to go on to … Read more

Mixed reality could be the future of high-tech coaching in team sports – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Every pitcher believes he has enough gas for one more strike-out, but an invention from NJIT Associate Professor Tao Han might forever change that old stare-down between players and coaches on the mound. Every pitcher believes he has enough gas for one more strike-out, but an invention from NJIT Associate Professor Tao Han might forever … Read more

How autonomous non-destructive testing can change the future construction scenery – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Non-destructive testing (NDT) in civil engineering has been widely developed to evaluate the properties of material, component or system of infrastructures for identifying the internal defects without causing any damage. Since NDT does not permanently alter the subject being inspected, it is highly valuable technique because data of damaged area can be obtained without cutting … Read more

Global Cyanuric Acid Market 2022 Future Scenario – Wolan, Biology, HeBei, JiHeng – Designer Women

In its detailed research Global Cyanuric Acid Market from 2022 to 2028by MarketandResearch.biz evaluates the current status and significant drivers of the selected industry in depth. This is done by analyzing current data on the most important drivers, current trends, undiscovered opportunities, risks and constraints, challenges, and the most potential development areas. The study places … Read more

New prototype exoskeletons for workers in the future – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Genova (Italy), 15th June 2022 – Researchers at IIT-Italian Institute of Technology (Italian Institute of Technology) and INAIL (Italian Worker’s Compensation Authority) designed and realized innovative prototypes of wearable robotic exoskeletons for industrial use that will help make work in the industrial and manufacturing sectors safer. By means of their electric motors and artificial intelligence … Read more