“Never let a serious crisis go to waste,” Rahm Emanuel famously said about the Great Recession while serving in the Obama administration. We are dealing with a different crisis today, but the sentiment is equally relevant, as companies reconsider...
Scientists from Osaka University focus on contact resistance rather than materials in thin-film device that could one day power IoT sensors.
Not everyone has a firm grasp of the scientific method.
Frost & Sullivan recently hosted a webinar on how the pandemic has changed the outlook for the almost $60-billion personal protective equipment (PPE) industry. As always, there will be winners and losers within the sector, which includes such...
The pandemic has revealed that the medical device industry is still behind in technologies that allow them to respond to change, be agile, and quickly manufacture products at high quality.
Plastic is not toxic. It prevents food wastage. It has a smaller carbon footprint than other materials. And now, more than ever, its sanitary and health benefits are in sharp relief. Let’s debate on the basis of science instead of emotions, OK?
The additive developed by Tosaf for polyolefin nonwoven fabrics and films will be used in the production of disposable face masks, protective apparel, and similar medical products.