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Recyclable pollen-based paper for repeated printing and ‘unprinting’

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a pollen-based ‘paper’ that, after being printed on, can be ‘erased’ and reused multiple times without any damage to the…

Provisional patent for liquid air energy storage, recovery system

Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Department of Systems Engineering Assistant Professor Tony Pollman, along with university graduates U.S. Navy Lt. Nicholas Bailey and Lt. Christopher Girouard, were issued a provisional patent…

Temperature variation could help new touchscreen technology simulate virtual shapes

Texas A&M researchers are working to show it is possible to mimic the unique mechanical and thermal sensations associated with different surface textures and shapes. High-fidelity touch has the potential…

Goalkeeper gloves with integrated textile finger overstretch protection

Withstanding the force of 120 kilometers/hour… Often a fingertip length decides between victory and defeat. When we currently watch a goalkeeper elegantly deflect the ball over the crossbar during the…

Technological Ray of Hope for the Snowboard Scene

New snowboard from Chemnitz is lighter than comparable boards and can be manufactured far more ecologically – the Department of Textile Technologies uses the dry fiber placement process. The snowboard…

A smart ring shows it’s possible to detect fever before you feel it

Advance could pave the way for early warning system on COVID-19 and flu using wearables. Temperature data collected by wearable devices worn on the finger can be reliably used to…

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