Technologies, including carbon capture and storage (CCS), need to be deployed at scale and at a much faster rate than is currently happening to address climate change, said Brad Page, CEO of the Global CCS Institute.
Cryotherapy, the act of exposing yourself to freezing conditions up to -230 degrees Fahrenheit for two to three minutes, is hot right now. Whole Body Cryotherapy, which achieves its Arctic chill through liquid nitrogen, is becoming increasingly popular in sports science, and has taken the method of ice baths to ...
Cryotherapy, also referred to as cold therapy, is a popular medical process that exposes the human body to sub-zero temperatures to as low as -230 degrees Fahrenheit for a session of roughly two to three minutes, to stimulate multiple physical and mental health benefits for the patient.
New – Smart Series! Telemetry has been used for decades across various industries and applications, but with technologies advancing and the rise of state-of-the-art telematics too, the landscape is shifting in industrial gas telemetry and telematics.