Technology

BIOCARB-4-FOOD: Exploring New Marine Food Ingredients

Food science and technology has experienced dramatic changes during the last century, which have been partly driven by new lifestyle trends and eating habits, as well as more specific consumer demands. It has been estimated that food consumption will grow approximately 70% by 2050 [1], while, on the other hand, natural resources are becoming scarcer.

Nanoscale Engineering Of Magnetism

The control of magnetism is important in the operation of many modern electronic devices. Hard disks, still the prevalent device for storage of large amounts of data, store information by encoding it in magnetic units. Providing new means to control and manipulate magnetism, therefore, provides new ways to read, write, or process information. A material

Printed Transistors Pushed To New Operational Limits

Researchers from the University of Cambridge successfully developed a fully printed transistor technology with high gain, low power, low noise, and mechanical bendability that unlocks new possibilities in wearable and implantable technology. The printed transistor readily lends itself to analog sensor interfaces in wearables for electrophysiological signal monitoring at ultralow power and high-resolution. Wearable and

5 Examples Of Potential Energy In Physics And Chemistry

What is energy? There are many different kinds of energy, kinetic energy, chemical energy, heat energy, and electromagnetic energy, but fundamentally all energy is the same. At its simplest, energy can be defined as the capacity of a system to do work. Energy is not a material substance, but it is a capacity possessed by

4 Examples Of Rational Numbers

In the context of mathematics, a rational number is a number that can be expressed as the ratio of two integers. A rational number is a number that is equal to the quotient of two integers p and q. In other words, a rational number can be expressed as some fraction where the numerator and denominator are

Computational Tools Play Versatile Role In Designing New TB Drugs From Anti-Tubercular Peptides

Without a doubt, tuberculosis (TB) is a symbolic threat to human health, causing millions of mortalities per year. Developing TB therapy without leading to drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis is a million-dollar question at present. A plethora of commercially-available drugs with a disparate mode of action and administration have been utilized for TB treatment for five decades.

How Many Quarts Are In A Gallon?

Are you curious how many quarts are in a gallon? There are 4 quarts within a gallon, which makes sense when you consider that the term quarter refers to a fourth of something.  There are also two pints in a quart and two cups in a pint. However, when discussing how many quarts are in

How To Write A Cursive “Q” Perfectly

Are you looking to learn how to perfectly write a cursive uppercase Q? This article will walk you through writing a cursive Q and address some facts about cursive in general. There are multiple ways of writing in cursive Q depending on the font style, however, the following are the two most common ways of

DMMS: Efficient Diffeomorphic Metric Image Registration Via Stationary Velocity

Diffeomorphic image registration is an essential procedure in many MRI analysis tasks, such as atlas building and segmentation, anatomical variability analysis, functional magnetic resonance image (fMRI) analysis, and so on. Diffeomorphism (one-one and smooth mapping) under large deformation can be achieved by temporally integrating smooth vector fields which are usually built as stationary or non-stationary

Math Formulas: Cheat Sheet

Are you going to be taking a test like SAT or the GRE? If you are, there are certain mathematical formulas that you should be aware of. You should study the most common mathematical formulas on a cheat sheet, a list of the most useful formulas – the formulas you’ll be expected to utilize on