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Lecithin is an ingredient that you’ve probably never heard of, but one that plays a vital role in the production of chocolate and many other foods.
Welcome to this special focus issue of Physics World, which is devoted to vacuum science and technology.
Scientists working at Korea University, Korea, and TU Berlin, Germany have developed a brain-computer control interface for a lower limb exoskeleton by decoding specific signals from within the user’s brain.
LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA 2015 to showcase latest laser technologies that are taking the lead in auto manufacturing
LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA is coming up with its 4th edition from 09-11 September 2015 in Delhi. The trade fair is an important gateway for the growth and use of lasers and photonics in the different application industries in India.
The UK produces the highest amount of avoidable food waste in Europe—equivalent to a tin of beans per person per day. Those are the findings from a team of researchers based at the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission.