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Patent Pick: Witch Hazel and More to Exothermally Heat Up Spa Care
Spa products, ranging from facial masks and massage oils to handheld devices, have grown in popularity over recent years. In relation, a new patent application from Forever Young explores a novel way to impart heat during massage.......
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Transparent solar technology represents 'wave of the future'
See-through solar materials that can be applied to windows represent a massive source of untapped energy and could harvest as much power as bigger, bulkier rooftop solar units, scientists report today in Nature Energy. Led by engineering researchers at Michigan State University, the authors argue that widespread use of such highly transparent solar applications, together with the rooftop units, could nearly meet U.S. electricity demand and drastically reduce the use of fossil fuels. "Highly transparent solar cells represent the wave of the future for new solar applications," said Richard Lunt, the Johansen Crosby Endowed Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at MSU. "We analyzed their potential and show that by harvesting only invisible light, these devices can provide a similar electricity-generation potential as rooftop solar while providing additional functionality to enhance the efficiency of buildings, automobiles and mobile electronics."....
Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-10-transparent-solar-technology-future.html#jCp
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Nanodiamonds show promise for aiding recovery from root canal
People who undergo root canals may soon have a tiny but powerful ally that could prevent infection after treatment. Researchers at the UCLA School of Dentistry and the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science found in a clinical trial that nanodiamonds protected disinfected root canals after the nerve and pulp were removed, thereby improving the likelihood of a full recovery. The findings are a milestone for the use of nanodiamonds in humans. Nanodiamonds are tiny particles made of carbon and are so small that millions of them could fit on the head of a pin. They resemble soccer balls but have facets like actual diamonds. Those facets enable the nanodiamonds to deliver a wide range of drugs and imaging agents. In a paper published Oct. 23 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the UCLA researchers write that combining nanodiamonds with gutta percha, a material used to fill disinfected root canals, may enhance the gutta percha's protective properties.....
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Scientists update four key fundamental constants
Paving the way for transforming the world's measurement system, an international task force has determined updated values for four fundamental constants of nature. The updated values comprise the last scientific piece of the puzzle for redefining the modern metric system, known as the International System of Units (SI). If approved by an international body next year, the revised SI will enable authoritative measurements to be made anywhere on the planet....
Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-10-scientists-key-fundamental-constants.html#jCp
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China streamlines patent examination for Internet, big data patent applications
On July 28th, 2017, China’s State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) announced a new set of regulations which are intended to streamline the examination of patent applications in certain burgeoning fields of technology. The new policy, which comes in response to “the central government’s call for an improved business environment, streamlined procedures for administrative approval, and the booming market,” will allow for the examination of both utility model and industrial design patent applications; SIPO guidelines issued as recently as five years ago only covered a single patent application designation, invention patents....
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Patent Pick: How Low Can pH Go?
According to a new P&G patent application, cosmetic compositions typically are formulated with a slightly acidic to neutral pH, from 4.0–7.0. This improves the stability of ingredients such as niacinamide, salicylates and neutralized thickeners. However, a lower pH, e.g., 1.0–4.0, may bolster the acid mantle of the skin. This, in turn, could provide flexibility for the addition of other skin agents and/or provide exfoliating benefits—drastically changing the landscape of current cosmetics and personal care formulations. This concept was previously described by Wiechers. In consideration, P&G inventors aimed to develop a low-pH skin care composition that incorporates niacinamide and a suitable saccharide in order to improve skin's barrier function and appearance....
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Patent Pick: Starch Breakdown Builds Viscosity
Thickening agents are nothing new. They've long been used to control the viscosity of cosmetic, dermatological and pharmaceutical compositions, paints, phytosanitary products and detergents, among others. Yet, while many thickeners are well-known, according a new Novamont patent application, the majority are of synthetic origin and generally carry with them a higher production cost and unfavorable (unsustainable) origin. The industry has responded by replacing these thickeners with others of renewable and natural origin. However, their performance is not fully comparable to their counterparts, and production costs are still not competitive.....
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Top 3 emerging trends in transparent barrier packaging films
Clarity in product messaging and in the packaging itself are welcome attributes by consumers, thus the global transparent barrier packaging films market in the food industry is witnessing a steady growth from the last few years that is expected to continue. The report from Technavio (Toronto) forecasts the global transparent barrier packaging films in food industry to grow at a 6.3% CAGR during the period 2017-2021..... The top three emerging trends driving the global transparent barrier packaging films market in the food industry according to Technavio are: Innovation in transparent barrier films; Recycling of transparent barrier films; and Growing biodegradable films market......
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New tech reshapes aluminum beverage bottles
Patented technique permits asymmetric bottle shapes to add distinction and create unique branding opportunities paired with a variety of decoration options. In a me-too world of packaging symmetry, asymmetry can be an attention-grabbing game changer. That’s the reasoning behind several years’ R&D by Montebello Packaging (Ontario, Canada), which unveiled custom-shaped asymmetric aluminum bottles that will available in Q4 2017. Besides product differentiation and a stand-out presence on shelf, a unique shape can create powerful iconic brand equity. Made using proprietary, patented technology, the uShape bottle represents an opportunity for single-serve beverage packaging for beer, energy drinks, tea, coffee and other products to break out from the rest of the pack......
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New Passion for Passion Fruit: Sun Protection
Researchers out of Mae Fah Luang University and Walailak University, Thailand, have a new passion for passion fruit: sun protection. A new paper published in the Brazilian Journal of Pharmace­utical Sciences describes how extracts from sustainbly sourced passion fruit seeds were incorporated into makeup and assessed in vitro for sun protection effects—although more so in one formula than the other.....
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Patent Pick: Thermal Anti-aging Takes the Heat Off of Skin
The skin protects the body against external aggression such as changes in temperature, humidity, UV radiation, etc., which are well-known to prematurely age skin. According to this patent application, heat in particular accelerates skin aging by causing inflammatory responses and degrading collagen in the dermis through an increase in collagenases....
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Robotic Exoskeletons Reveal the Complexity Behind Every Step You Take
A new research study of high-tech medical robots arrived at a curious conclusion this week: Toddlers are geniuses. Well, they didn't quite phrase it that way, but that's the essential take away from a series of studies on how machines can help injured people learn to walk again. It turns out that, from a biomechanical point of view, walking is an especially tricky business — and those toddlers are working a lot harder than we thought. The study, published today in the journal Science Robotics, comes from Harvard's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering. The research involves robot-assisted gait therapy, which is in itself a pretty amazing slice of technology....
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1st Test Track for Superfast Hyperloop Transport System Opens in Europe
European cities could become even more connected thanks to a superfast transportation system known as a "Hyperloop," which now has its first test facility on the continent. Winners of a Hyperloop technology competition, held by Elon Musk's company SpaceX, unveiled Europe's first test facility for the rail transportation system this week. The nearly 100-foot-long (30 meters) track will be used to test all of the Hyperloop systems in a vacuum at low speeds, according to Hardt Global Mobility, the company set up to commercialize the technology developed by the competition team from the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Hardt representatives said this facility is the first step in a four-year plan to build a Hyperloop system connecting two European cities....
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New ceramic nanofiber 'sponges' could be used for flexible insulation, water purification
Researchers have found a way to make ultralight sponge-like materials from nanoscale ceramic fibers. The highly porous, compressible and heat-resistant sponges could have numerous uses, from water purification devices to flexible insulating materials. "The basic science question we tried to answer is how can we make a material that's highly deformable but resistant to high temperature," said Huajian Gao, a professor in Brown University's School of Engineering and a corresponding author of the research. "This paper demonstrates that we can do that by tangling ceramic nanofibers into a sponge, and the method we use for doing it is inexpensive and scalable to make these in large quantities." The work, a collaboration between Gao's lab at Brown and the labs of Hui Wu and Xiaoyan Li at Tsinghua University in China, is described in the journal Science Advances.... Read more at:..
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How the U.S. Can Inspire the Next Generation of Innovators
To inspire innovation, nations rely on measures like R&D grants, tech incubators, venture capital tax breaks, mentoring schemes, support groups, training programs, networking events and more. But these focus on existing entrepreneurs and businesses, not future innovators. What can be done to support new innovators? With the cloud channel revolution, the bar to innovation has been lowered in terms of committed capital and time to market. The newest generation of tech companies uses hackathons and the latest methods of collaborating with entrepreneurial, self-taught coders to reach business decision makers (BDMs). And they have stepped up their diversity efforts to empower and leverage the potential of underrepresented innovators, including women....
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Takeoff and cruise: Toyota making 'flying car,' luxury boat (Update)
Toyota Motor Corp. is working on a "flying car."
A startup backed by the Japanese automaker has developed a test model that engineers hope will eventually develop into a tiny car with a driver who'll be able to light the Olympic torch in the 2020 Tokyo games. For now, however, the project is a concoction of aluminum framing and eight propellers that barely gets off the ground and crashes after several seconds. Toyota has invested 42.5 million yen ($386,000) in startup Cartivator Resource Management to work on "Sky Drive ." At a test flight Saturday in the city where the automaker is based, the gadgetry, about the size of a car and loaded with batteries and sensors, blew up a lot of sand and made a lot of noise....
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Important Innovations and Inventions, Past and Present
There are endless famous (and not so famous) inventions worthy of curiosity and wonder. Of course, the lists below are by no means complete, but do provide a 'greatest hits' list of inventions, both past and present, that have captured the imaginations and propelled us forward.....
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Dow Technologies Earn Two 2017 Edison Awards
MIDLAND, MI - Two innovative products from The Dow Chemical Co. recently received 2017 Edison Awards. The Edison Awards honor excellence in new product and service development, marketing, human-centered design, and innovation. Dow’s CANVERA™ Polyolefin Dispersions for metal can coating received a bronze Edison Award. A silver Edison Award went to Dow’s ACCUTRACE™ S10 Molecular Fuel Marker used to combat fuel tax evasion....
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MIT's New AI May Help Prevent Cyberattacks
Cybersecurity today is executed by either humans or machines, which could have their own challenges – missed attacks because the parameters don’t match rules set by human experts, or systems mistakenly zeroing in on non-threats. So why not combine humans and AI to get the best of both worlds? This is what researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology accomplished with its new artificial intelligence system called AI2.....
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World first bioplastic solution to growing coffee cup waste
SOUTHAMPTON – Biome Bioplastics aims to help slash coffee cup waste with its world-first plastics for takeaway beverage cups, made from plant-based sources. Never before have such bioplastic materials for disposable cups and lids been made that are fully compostable and recyclable, while still performing like petroleum-based plastic under heat and stress. Market research has shown most consumers want their takeaway coffee cups to be sustainable, more than half agree that current options come at too much of an environmental cost and a third would avoid buying products using takeaway cups because of this. The British bioplastics manufacturer has unveiled a range of bio-based plastics for cups and lids to enable retailers and packaging manufacturers to offer consumers a more sustainable option......


   
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