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Neuranics: Glasgow Spin-out Develops Tiny TMR Sensors for Biomagnetic Sensing 

Neuranics, a recent spin out from the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, has developed pioneering magnetic sensor technology that can bring breakthrough capabilities in health, fitness and metaverse applications. Building low-profile magnetic sensors that can detect the magnetic fields generated by the muscles and the heart, the company is releasing a product development kit for design engineers. […]

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Cryogen Reclamation for NMR Superconducting Magnets Launched by JEOL 

Liquid helium and nitrogen can be expensive ingredients for cooling the superconducting magnet in many nuclear magnetic resonance systems. The volatile elements are prone to evaporating away and requiring replenishment to maintain optimal performance of the instrument. Sometimes the instruments have to be shut down while fresh cryogen supplies are sought. But reclaiming them can make a difference.  […]