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IN THE NEWS | Oceanit News Update October 20th

Oceanit continues to earn local and national media coverage for our work during the ongoing global pandemic; both in direct response to our ASSURE-19 rapid saliva test development and on our efforts to help Hawai’i rebuild stability and sustainability in

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PRESS RELEASE | ASSURE-19 begins clinical testing to acquire FDA Emergency Use Authorization

Oceanit and the Queen’s Medical Center have started patient trials with ASSURE-19 rapid point-of-need Covid-19 tests as of Saturday, August 22. Oceanit is collaborating with Dr. Todd B. Seto, Queen's Medical Center's director of research and John A. Burns SchoolRead more

IN THE NEWS | SPARK Day: Scanite Smart Sensing Cement

On Thursday, July 30th, Oceanit hosted an invitation-only, virtual SPARK day event in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and Shell Oil Company. SPARK stands for Special Presentation of Advanced Research & Knowledge. These targeted events focus on

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IN THE NEWS | Oceanit at the 2019 NACE UAE Corrosion Conference

The 2019 NACE UAE Corrosion Conference was held from January 28-31 at the Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi. The key topic was corrosion prevention and control as a critical issue for the future of development and industry in the MiddleRead more
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Better Energy Efficiency Could Save the Sector Billions & Reduce Carbon Emissions by 200 Million Metric Tonnes Per Year

What if the U.S. could reduce its overall carbon emissions by 180-200 million metric tonnes (MMT) per year by cleaning up a single element in how we currently produce fossil fuel-based energy? That reduction would mean an overall Greenhouse Gas (GHG)Read more
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Nanoenergetics: Small Particles Yielding a Large Impact!

Thinking small can often have a big impact. This is definitely the case in nanoenergetics, a field of materials engineering using tiny particles that enables super-efficient combustion on a nano-scale. When scaled and combined, the greater surface area has better

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