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South Korean researchers have developed the world's first technology that mixes water and oil without adding surfactants. Using their own "focused ultrasound device", the technology disperses oil into tiny particles sized tens of nanometers by shooting super-high frequencies. This technology can be used in various ways in real life such as in cosmetics, detergent, medicine and beverage, so it could have a large ripple effect on the economy. We will check out the technology using focused ultrasound device.
Latest information and communications technologies are being introduced to protect healthy mountains from fire and forest loss. We introduce you to the latest ICTs used to protect healthy mountains, ranging from the Internet of Things-based surveillance cameras that send alarms and photos to smartphones in the event of irregularities like forest fire or intrusion, to forest damage detection system using remote sensing technology.