Inside R&D--Research and Development Initiatives in Healthcare, Energy Storage, and Smart Buildings

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This issue depicts the current landscape and the new trends in a series of developments associated with research and development initiatives in healthcare, energy storage, and smart buildings. In particular, the technologies profiled in the sector of healthcare are centered on the study of ribosomes, cell structures within cytoplasm capable of synthesizing proteins in DNA to control chemical processes and repair cells, through X-ray laser, and the detection of agents causing diseases like Ebola through optofluidics-based devices. With regard to energy storage, the profiled innovations correspond to a subterranean energy storage solution via supercritical carbon dioxide, and the design of smarter batteries for vehicles. Finally, the increasing need to optimize energy performance and reduce the carbon footprint through a smart building conception is in the spotlight by the introduction of large area fluidic windows.

Keywords: Ribosomes, cell structures, cytoplasm, DNA synthesis, X-ray lasers, Ebola, optofluidics-based devices, energy storage, supercritical carbon dioxide, smart battery, large area fluidic windows, smart windows

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Inside R&D--Research and Development Initiatives in Healthcare, Energy Storage, and Smart BuildingsR&D Initiatives in Healthcare, Energy Storage, and Smart BuildingsX-Ray Laser Study of RibosomesOptofluidics-based Test for Early Ebola DetectionSupercritical Carbon Dioxide-based Subterranean Energy Storage SolutionSmart Battery for CarsLarge Area Fluidic Windows




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