After studying Psychology and then Neuroscience, Sarah quickly found her enjoyment for researching and writing research papers; turning to a passion to connect ideas with people through writing.
With almost 5 years as a writer, researcher, and editor, Sarah is proud to have worked with a number of industries, producing an array of works. From an editor at a literary and arts magazine to producing blogs and content for international brands, to indulging her personal passions in creating content focused on science and health.
Smart and connected technologies are beginning to infiltrate all areas of our life. Smart windows are powered by UV light and are coated by thin films.
Modern manufacturing is seeing the advantages of incorporating additive manufacturing processes with their traditional manufacturing techniques to reap the benefits of both.
Buildings are being built with the capacity to both generate and store their power supply. Energy consumption is currently a major focus of government initiatives worldwide.
Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) techniques that utilize radiation provide a reliable method of studying public buildings; enabling construction to have higher levels of safety and durability.
Non-destructive testing (NDT) is the process of examining a material without damaging or destroying it so that the material can continue being used in its current application.
Architects are facing the fact that solar energy is here to stay and they are having to adopt new designs that incorporate this renewable energy to meet the demand for using solar energy to power buildings.
Fiber-reinforced polymers (FRP) is a composite material that is constructed of a polymer matrix reinforced with fibres such as glass or carbon.
Engineers and contractors are beginning to embrace smart sensors for the numerous advantages they bring to the sector.
mart technology has facilitated the establishment of the smart building market, where semiconductors are playing an essential role in supporting automation systems.
This article discusses how the construction sector will use automation technologies to help tackle the major threats facing the industry.