Posts Categorized: Science

Rustam Gilfanov: Scientists call for diverse salt combinations in ice melts for winter road maintenance to preserve the environment and infrastructure

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Scientists call for diverse salt combinations in ice melts for winter road maintenance to preserve the environment and infrastructure Scientists across the globe are calling for a broader use of various salt mixtures in ice melts. Consumption of ice melts has increased dramatically over the past decades as traffic grew exponentially. The US alone now… Read more »

GeoOptics Celebrates Two Years of On-orbit Operations

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On January 11, 2018, GeoOptics launched the first of its operational CICERO satellites for atmospheric radio occultation (RO). RO is a potent technique for sensing the atmosphere for improved weather forecasting accuracy, first proposed by GeoOptics founder and CTO Tom Yunck more than 30 years ago. The technique works by precisely observing the signals of… Read more »

Neutrinovoltaic: To make a greener and better world

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In Italy, Milan hosts a colossal exhibition dedicated to Nicola Tesla, a brilliant engineer and scientist, who can be compared, perhaps, only with such a genius as Leonardo da Vinci. However, this year round, Italy celebrates and remembers the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo. For example, in the Museum of Science and Technology… Read more »