UV pasteurisation tech brings significant savings
With the help of Lyras’ technology, a dairy now cuts off 91% of its energy consumption for the inactivation of microorganisms in processing water.
The New Murabba: a visionary 15-minute city
The New Murabba project, a purpose-built a 15-minute city, is an ambitious urban development initiative in the northern part of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
National Innovation Day: innovations in sustainable electronics
In an era where environmental sustainability has become a pressing global concern, the electronics industry is at a crossroads.
Mushroom handbags and plastic-free picnics – IDTechEx explores
Handbags made of mushroom leather and biodegradable foodware are two examples of how white biotechnology can produce functional products that look good.
The revolution of fast-charging lithium batteries
In the quest for more sustainable and efficient energy solutions, a recent breakthrough by researchers at Cornell University marks a significant milestone in fast-charging battery technology.
Google joins global methane mapping mission
Technology behemoth Google is endorsing a satellite initiative scheduled for a March launch, aimed at gathering global data on methane concentrations.
STM and Mobile Physics create EnviroMeter for smartphone air quality monitoring
STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor pioneer serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, and Mobile Physics, a software-development startup specialised in environmental physics, have revealed an exclusive collaboration that enables smartphones and other devices to measure household and ambient air quality with a built-in optical sensor.
Innoscience Launches 100V GaN IC for 48V/60V BMS
Innoscience Technology, the company founded to create a global energy ecosystem based on high-performance, low-cost, gallium-nitride-on-silicon (GaN-on-Si) power solutions, has launched a new 100V bi-directional member of the company’s VGaN IC family.
A guide to the sustainable disposal of electrical gadgets
Here, Electronic Specifier explores some of the ways you can better dispose of electrical gadgets whilst keeping sustainability in mind.
Symphony's plastic products with d2w tech are not banned in the EU
Symphony Environmental Technologies, makes this further announcement following the Judgment of the General Court of the European Union delivered on 31st January 2024.