French startup Aryballe has rolled out NeOse Advance, a digital olfaction solution that can detect, embed, and recognize various odors. The device can find its application in automotive and consumer industries like food and beverage, appliances, and personal care. The startup has also launched a cloud-enabled software Aryballe Suite that collects data from the device and allows customers to access and customize analysis of odors based on their needs.
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China must strike the right balance between maintaining short-term growth and laying the foundations for future growth. Accelerating progress toward a low-carbon economy would be a good way to do that.
The Samsung ‘Galaxy for the Planet’ initiative is a new commitment being launched by the tech brand to help eliminate the use of single-use plastics from all its product packaging in the near future. The commitment will see the brand shifting to recycled materials across all its new mobile products by the year 2025. The brand will also push to minimize the amount of waste generates at mobile worksites to divert all waste from going to the landfill by 2025. President and Head of Samsung Electronics’ Mobile Communications Business TM Roh explained the new Samsung ‘Galaxy for the Planet’ initiative further saying, “We believe that everyone has a role to play in providing innovative solutions that protect the planet for generations to come. Samsung understands our efforts need to match our scale, our influence, and the magnitude of the entire Galaxy ecosystem around the world. Galaxy for the Planet is an important step in our journey toward creating a more sustainable world, and we will do so with the openness, transparency, and collaboration that drives everything we do.”
Grid, the monthly Philadelphia-area magazine covering sustainability in the city, announced Wednesday it can no longer sustain itself solely on advertising funds.