Scientists develop new technology to detect deep sea gas leaks

October 2011
Biomedical Market Newsletter;10/17/2011, Vol. 21, p482
The article focuses on the development of an ultra-sensitive technology for the detection of leaks from underwater gas pipelines by scientists at the University of Southampton in England.


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