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  • On-site analysis of cannabis potency using Infrared spectroscopy

    Cannabis is increasingly being recognised for its therapeutic value. This has led to a reduction in its regulation, and even its legalisation, by many different governments. As cannabis production becomes legalised and regulated it is important that manufacturers can assess the chemical content and potency of their plants. The value of cannabis in the control of pain, spasm and a range of ...


    By Specac Limited

  • Waters new Symphony Data Pipeline Software for personalized data processing

    Waters Corporation (NYSE:WAT) today introduced Symphony™ Data Pipeline software, a client-server application for laboratories acquiring and archiving large amounts of data. Symphony software automates the movement and transformation of large amounts of LC-MS data to speed up analytical workflows and save time, reduce human error, and liberate scientists from the mundane yet necessary tasks ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • New UV Disinfection System For Industrial Process Water

    Designed for industrial and pharmaceutical process water applications, Hanovia's new AF3 amalgam* UV disinfection system offers a high microbial kill rate with low power consumption and low hydraulic pressure drop. Designed using CFD modelling tools, it is extremely flexible and can be installed either horizontally or vertically. The AF3's unique configuration produces an axial flow through an ...

  • Registration opens for Water Sector’s `Big Data` Conference

    'Big Data' and the ‘Internet of Things are starting to affect every industry, and the water sector is no exception. The forthcoming International Water Association (IWA) Conference, entitled: ‘New Developments in IT & Water,’ will therefore provide an update on how data collection and processing is affecting the management of water and wastewater, and how it will develop in ...


  • Registration opens for Water Sector’s ‘Big Data’ Conference

    ‘Big Data’ and the ‘Internet of Things’ are starting to affect every industry, and the water sector is no exception. The forthcoming International Water Association (IWA) Conference, entitled: ‘New Developments in IT & Water,’ will therefore provide an update on how data collection and processing is affecting the management of water and wastewater, and how ...

  • All it takes for Water Monitoring and Data Network

    The management of monitoring of equipment is increasingly done remotely at a (considerable) distance. Configuration, reading and, if necessary, taking action on data received from a remote location of one’s choice are possibilities that are nowadays standard requirements. You can do a lot more than just measure with the e-SENSE® telemetry measuring system, where measurement data is collected ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • The Arab world: `Scarce data in a water-scarce region`

    Data-sharing is part of the answer to problems arising from the Arab region’s most serious challenge, water. Water is potentially a matter of conflict and death as well as life in the Arab region, which is why it is such a sensitive subject — on the ground and in negotiations for United Nations conferences such as the Eye on Earth Summit in Abu Dhabi (12-16 December) and ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Water Industry gets smart on Big Data

    The water and wastewater industry is in transition to a digital revolution that has the potential to transform the industry from the use of data-driven technologies, with utility sector spending dwarfing the industrial market. This is according to a new report by Global Water Intelligence (GWI) that provides a detailed guide to the opportunities in this smart market. ...

  • Benefits of sharing failure data

    A failure registration system for use by water companies, providing an exceptional database for statistical analysis is described in an article published in Water Asset Management International. Insight into the deterioration process of individual water mains and pipe groups can help to predict when replacement is due. Ageing ...

  • Hydraulic Fracturing Data Management

    A proposed new ASTM International data management and reporting standard for shale oil and gas operations, including hydraulic fracturing, is under development. ASTM WK42803, Practice for Data Management and Reporting Associated with Shale Oil and Gas Hydraulic Fracturing Operations, is under the jurisdiction of Subcommittee D18.26 on Hydraulic ...


    By ASTM International

  • Managing Hydrofracking Data in Cloud

     There is little dispute in both scientific and business communities that groundwater protection and water usage in general at hydrofracking sites provide the biggest challenges for this young and promising industry. To date, criticism of fracking has focused mainly on concerns that the chemicals energy companies are mixing with the water could contaminate underground aquifers. Although ...


    By Locus Technologies

  • Onset Data Loggers Gather Baseline Water Quality Data in Potential Natural Gas Fracking Site

    Hydraulic fracturing, the process of injecting water and chemicals into shale to release natural gas, holds promise for addressing both energy and employment challenges in the United States. Experts estimate that the Marcellus Shale in New York and Pennsylvania alone could satisfy as much as 14 years of U.S. natural gas consumption and create nearly a quarter ...


    By Onset Computer Corporation

  • Webinar - Water Quality: Reducing Risks with Optimized Data Management

    Water Quality is a topic garnering increasingly more attention from regulatory bodies and environmental watch dogs. We are seeing more inspections, heftier fines and in some unfortunate cases contaminations that could have been avoided. If you are responsible for overseeing your organizations water quality mandates you have numerous elements to manage, whether it be timely water sampling, meeting ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • NGWA water well construction standard process accepted by ANSI

    Following its determination that the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) properly met its standard development process, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has approved, pending a 15-day appeal period, for NGWA to issue ANSI/NGWA-01-14, a water well construction standard. Throughout the standard development process, ANSI-required core principles to be followed were openness, ...

  • Waters and premier biosoft to co-market data analysis software for Glycan characterization

    Waters Corporation (WAT:NYSE) today announced it has entered into an agreement with PREMIER Biosoft International (Palo Alto, CA) to co-market the firm’s SimGlycan® Software with Waters mass spectrometry solutions for glycan and glycopeptide analysis. Under the terms of the agreement, Waters will continue to sell and support its mass spectrometry-based glycan analysis solutions, while ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • R5 Software Release by Aquatic Informatics Improves Water Data Management with Enhanced Real-Time Data Access & Advanced Analytics

    Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, today announced the release of AQUARIUS 3.0 R5. The latest release of this water data management platform delivers new and improved features to enhance real-time data access, centralization, analytics, and reporting. By improving ...


    By Aquatic Informatics Inc

  • AQUARIUS 3.1 Release Redefines Modern Water Data Management Software

    Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software for hydrologic data management and analysis, today announced the release of AQUARIUS 3.1. Already the most popular productivity tool for water resource managers, AQUARIUS 3.1 makes it easier to manage real-time environmental data with its engaging new web-based map interface and extended data ...


    By Aquatic Informatics Inc

  • EScIS present Groundwater and surface water data management at Rosebery Mine, Tasmania

    Tom Wilson, senior implementation manager at Earth Science Information Systems, presented Groundwater and surface water data management at Rosebery Mine, Tasmania in May 2015 at the AIG Hydrogeology in Mining conference.  The Conference aims included providing information exchange and awareness raising among the South Australian mining and hydrogeology communities. The ...

  • Safe in-process moisture control of Lecithin

    Monitoring the moisture content in Lecithin is critical for ensuring the final quality of chocolates and other sweets. The standard reference method uses the drying oven but, when fast results are required, Moisture Analyzers have proven themselves to be highly effective and secure in terms of measuring results. Lecithin is a natural ingredient frequently used in the food industry for its ...


    By Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

  • Satellite data instrumental in combating desertification

    With land degradation in dryland regions continuing to worsen, the UN Convention to Combat Desertification has agreed on scientist-recommended indicators for monitoring and assessing desertification that signatory countries must report on. The landmark agreement was reached after two weeks of negotiations involving hundreds of scientists and government ministers attending the Ninth Session of the ...


    By European Space Agency (ESA)

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