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New Tech Tuesdays: Environmental-Monitoring Sensors Help Us Achieve Sustainability Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at sensors from Sensirion, Amphenol, and TDK for environmental-monitoring design.

Why Monitor CO2 Levels in Classrooms? Jeffrey Tucker
Do you ever think about the indoor air quality (IAQ) in school buildings? In the following, we explore why CO2 level is a good indicator of IAQ and how good IAQ contributes to school success.

Why Nanotechnology Improves Sensors Liam Critchley
There is always a need to increase the capabilities of sensors. One effective way to do this is by employing nanomaterials as the ‘sensing surface’ or ‘sensing component’. Learn how the many beneficial surface, electronic, and structural properties of nanomaterials can make sensors more accurate.

Harnessing Energy with Nanogenerators Liam Critchley
Different nanogenerators can generate enough electricity to power a small device through kinetic movements within the device, or by harvesting thermal energy. Even though the amount of electricity generated is small, it is enough for many small remote monitoring devices.

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