Photonic Curing is the high-temperature thermal processing of a thin film using pulsed light from a flashlamp. When this transient processing is done on a low-temperature substrate such as plastic, paper or glass it is possible to attain a significantly higher temperature than the substrate can ordinarily withstand under an equilibrium heating source such as an oven.
A lactate sensor that can help athletes monitor the intensity of their training can now be directly applied directly onto the skin like a children’s tattoo transfer. Aoife Celoria, who works in the applications development team at NovaCentrix, sho
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