Ink made of air pollution | Anirudh Sharma

Translator: Maricene Crus Reviewer: Cihan Ekmekçi Every year, more than four to five million people die due to exposure to outdoor air pollution around the world. This petri dish that you are looking at contains approximately 20 minutes’ worth of pollution captured off a pyrolysis plant. This is PM 2.5. These particles — you can Read more…

Nuclear Radioisotope Gauges : An idea that changed the automobile industry

Paul Leonard Newman was an American actor, film director, entrepreneur, professional racing driver and team owner. Years after his introduction to racing, Paul would learn that the engines of his youth were highly inefficient, and as any race fan can verify, they surely didn’t last very long. The blow by around the pistons not only Read more…

Bob Tilton: Engineering More Efficient Emulsifiers

So the kind of complex fluid I’m going to talk about today, is something that we’ve been developing at Carnegie Mellon: it’s a nanoparticle polymer brush. We can engineer the composition of these polymer brushes to adapt these nanoparticles to different kinds of technological purposes. Many military and former industrial sites have the problem was Read more…

Do Waterless Washes Scratch Car Paint? Not If You Do It Right! Chemical Guys EcoSmart

Welcome back to Detail Garage. Today is a very warm day, this car needs a wash. Me and the camera crew don’t want to be outside in the sun and the heat taking buckets and hoses to the car. So we’re going to skip all the normal car wash steps. We’re going to show you Read more…