Maxar to Sell MDA for US$765 Mn to Free Up Debts

Maxar, the satellite industry giant, is now selling MDA. MDA is Maxar’s subsidiary the focuses on space robotics. According to the Reuter reports, the deal is worth around $1 billion CAD or US$765.23 million. The buying entity is a group of companies. Northern Private Capital, a private investment company, is heading this consortium. This company […]

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Blood-Brain Barrier

Researchers Develop Implant Sensors to Open Blood-Brain Barrier

Engineers from UConn are now successful in designing a biodegradable and non-toxic medication device. This device can aid in moving medication from the blood vessels to the inner brain tissue. This route is conventionally difficult to maneuver because of our body’s immune system. The research paper about the innovation is now featuring in the PNAS […]

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Methane Levels

South Sudan Wetlands are Causing Sudden Spike in Global Methane Levels

It is common knowledge that methane is a greenhouse gas. When methane is in the atmosphere, it helps to pass the energy from the Sun on the earth. However, it reflects back the energy back on earth when it tries to escape. A large number of methane emissions are a result of human activities. However, […]

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Type 2 Mellitus Diabetes

A New Pattern Justifying the Development of Type 2 Mellitus Diabetes

Diabetes occurs due to fluctuation in the level of blood glucose level. Among all cases of Diabetes, 90% account for Type 2 Diabetes. Type 2 diabetes also known as Type 2 Mellitus Diabetes usually occurs in adults. Insulin resistance and high glucose level in the blood are the symptoms of Diabetes type 2. Till now, […]

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MIT Researchers Perform First Ever Laser Ultrasound on Humans

For the majority of people, undergoing an ultrasound treatment is fairly easy. As the technician slowly presses the probe against the skin of a patient, it generates sound waves. These sound waves then travel through the skin and bounce off the muscle fat and other tissues before reaching back to the probe. The probe then […]

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Sponge for Filtering Oil Droplets

Developers Create New Type of Sponge for Filtering Oil Droplets

Researchers from the University of Toronto are now successful in developing a new strategy of removing oil droplets from waste water. These researchers claim over 90 percent of efficacy in a turn around time of only 10 minutes. So what is the key to their success? The answer is a sponge. Chul Park, one of […]

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Activated Alumina Market : High Growth in Water Treatment Infrastructure Market

The global activated alumina market was valued at more than US$ 900 Mn in 2018. It is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of approximately 5.0% during the forecast period, according to a new report titled ‘Activated Alumina Market: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2019–2027’ published by Transparency Market Research (TMR) . Activated […]

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Oil & Gas Automation Market Detailed Analysis and Forecast up to 2025

Oil & Gas Automation: Market Overview Oil and gas, a dynamic global industry, often faces challenges in cost management, extraction of high value from current assets, and maximization of the up-time. Advancement in technology has led to a connected enterprise, which helps the oil and gas industry to move closer to operational excellence. Cloud, mobility, […]

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Mooring Winches Market Demand and Growth Analysis with Forecast up to 2025

Mooring winches are employed widely in marine infrastructure for moving, securing, and anchoring heavy objects during marine operations. Mooring winches are used to secure the end of mooring lines of the shipboard, adjustment of the mooring line length, and to provide and compensate for changes in tide and draft. ISO Standards 3730 and 7825 provide […]

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Liquid Nitrogen Market Segmentation and Forecast Analysis up to 2025

Liquid nitrogen is a cryogenic fluid which can cause rapid freezing. Liquid nitrogen is odorless non-flammable, colorless, and non-corrosive in nature. Liquid nitrogen is also known as LN2, LIN, or LN. Our atmosphere contains about 78% nitrogen by volume and 75.5% by weight.  Nitrogen is employed mostly in the gaseous form; however, it is commonly […]

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