3D printing could become a new standard for hydrocyclonic microfilters

3D printing could become a new standard for hydrocyclonic microfilters

Hydrocyclones are devices used across industry for separating particles from a liquid. Example applications include water treatment, air purification, and blood plasma separation – an essential step in disease diagnosis. Noting difficulties in making these devices on a microfluidic scale – working with microscopic molecules – researchers from KU Leuven Campus Kulak , Belgium, Macquarie […]

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Has the 40-year old mystery of the “Wow!” signal been solved?

Has the 40-year old mystery of the "Wow!" signal been solved?

One of the most enduring astronomical mysteries may have finally been solved, as researchers find that comets are strong candidates for the famous Wow! signal In August 1977, the Ohio State University Radio Observatory picked up a radio transmission from the Sagittarius constellation that was so strong it inspired the astronomer who discovered it to […]

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