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Autofocus, real-time and selfcalibrating 3D ultrasonic imaging system developed

The CSIC has developed an ultrasounds system for the non-destructive evaluation of components and materials, which can obtain three-dimensional, autofocused images in real time, even in the case of composite materials (composites) with complex geometry. It is particularly useful for testing composites and has applications in aeronautics, high-performance automotive and similar fields.

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Hydrogen generation by electrolysis of water with low energy consumption and high efficiency

The CSIC and the Polytechnic University of Valencia have developed an electrohydrolysis system to obtain hydrogen with an innovative electrode structure. It maximises the reaction, reducing the voltage required and the energy consumption of the reaction.

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Patent for a portable device that monitors both gamma and neutron radiation

A team at the Institute of corpuscular physics (IFIC, by its Spanish acronym) has patented a compact, portable device that simultaneously monitors gamma and neutron radiation produced in radioactive processes and nuclear reactions. It can lead to multiple applications: from detecting radioactive materials to relieve the side effects of hadrontherapy, a novel cancer therapy.

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Fast and non-destructive ultrasonic test for face masks

COVID19 pandemic has increased the demand for general-use masks, boosting the supply of masks. CSIC has developed a fast test to efficiently ensure the quality of the product, allowing a level of production that meets the growing demand.

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Scientists develop a temperature sensor on a paper substrate

A CSIC team has developed a temperature sensor that consists of a semiconductor material on a paper substrate. The use of paper as a substrate makes this sensor cheap, easy to produce and biodegradable. It can be applied to monitor body temperature by attaching the sensor in clothes. Also in packaging of goods sensitive to temperature changes.

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