Why Crutchfield Electronics was the first company to use proton neutron-based magnetic resonance (MR) technology

Posted November 09, 2018 07:59:56A team of researchers at Crutchfields Electronics has used the technology to design a magnetic resonance detector that can detect radioactivity from high-level radioactivity sources in the atmosphere, including nuclear explosions, and also in the ocean.The team has developed a detector that is based on an electronic transistor, the same type […]


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Turkey’s electronic visa is coming to Turkey

By By Emre Zaman ByBy Emre SülePublished Aug 19, 2018 02:06:30Turkey is planning to launch a new electronic signature system in the coming months.Electronic visa-switching, or E-Visa, is a new system that allows people to enter the country on a temporary visa with no money required and with no documents required.The system, which is expected […]


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What you need to know about the e-cigarette market

Electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes or vaping, have come a long way in the past decade, making their way to popular consumer products like electronic cigarettes.Now they are starting to gain traction with the medical community.The market has been growing for several years now, but it has been difficult to predict the exact impact […]


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What’s in the name of ‘valence electrons’? Aluminium, sulfur and sulfur compounds

Reuters A chemical used in manufacturing aluminium, sulfur, and sulfur-containing compounds was discovered by researchers at the University of Queensland, Australia.The new discovery is the first to reveal a new group of carbon compounds in a natural environment.“The discovery is an important step in understanding the origin and evolution of the new carbon-containing carbonaceous chondrichthyes […]


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