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Posted: Jan 17, 2014

What’s in the Box?™

Description In an effort to determine how “engineering types” learn, over 120 students of a University of Alberta materials engineering class were surveyed, and the majority classified themselves as visual......

Posted: Jan 15, 2014

Real-Time Thermoacoustic Ultrasound Sensor

Description Researchers at the University of Alberta have developed a miniature thermoacoustic sensor capable of mesauring ultrasound intensity via direct coupling to a transducer. Designed to complement traditional ultrasound calibration......

Posted: Jan 13, 2014

Thin Film for Improved Flat Panel Display Performance

Description In many flat panel displays, each pixel is addressed by a voltage applied between two parallel electrodes, and depending on the type of display, one or both of the......

Posted: Jan 2, 2014

Magnesium Thin Films for Hydrogen Storage

Description With concerns about energy inefficiency and global warming from greenhouse gases, much research effort has been devoted to assessing magnesium hydride (MgH2) as a form of hydrogen storage for......