8
May
2016

Cactus-inspired membrane boosts fuel cell performance

Dr. Cara Doherty examining one of the membranes

Here's something that you might not know about the humble cactus: it has tiny cracks in its skin, which open up at night when conditions tend to be more humid. This allows it to take up moisture. During the day, those cracks close up, keeping the moisture inside. Now, scientists have applied that same principle to a membrane which could make fuel cells a more viable option for powering vehicles.

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Category: Energy

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8
May
2016

Mini UV camera helps you apply sunscreen

Sunscreen-covered skin (under the eye) appears dark when viewed through the Sunscreenr

There are already a number of sunlight exposure-tracking devices out there, that let us know when it's time to apply more sunscreen. That's all very well and good, but how do we know if we've put enough on in the first place? Well, that's why the Sunscreenr was developed. It's a standalone camera that shows where you've applied sunscreen, along with how much of it you've slathered on.

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Category: Health & Wellbeing

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8
May
2016

Mini UV camera helps you apply suncreen

Sunscreen-covered skin (under the eye) appears dark when viewed through the Sunscreenr

There are already a number of sunlight exposure-tracking devices out there, that let us know when it's time to apply more sunscreen. That's all very well and good, but how do we know if we've put enough on in the first place? Well, that's why the Sunscreenr was developed. It's a standalone camera that shows where you've applied sunscreen, along with how much of it you've slathered on.

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Category: Health & Wellbeing

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