|Place of Origin:||Shenzhen China (Mainland)||Brand Name:||QS Power|
|Nominal Capacity:||4400 mAh||Size::||18650|
|Capacity::||4400 mAh||Battery Type::||Li-ion|
|Package::||Plastic box or as customer asked||MOQ::||500pcs|
|charging Life::||Over 1000 times||warranty::||1year|
“They interviewed people in academia and in industry to figure out what they should be working on, and how to leverage their skills to do great things,” Hartwig said. “That process of going out and finding problems may be one of the most important things we try to teach, because that’’s what you do in the real world.”
First up, before a standing-room-only audience in 32-144, was Radception — a team aiming to redefine the radiation detector. Employees in nuclear facilities or physicians working with radiological material face hazards on a daily basis, and the current approaches to dealing with the dangers don’t cut it, members of the team said. Radception’s idea: a product that straps around the wrist, offering immediate feedback through vibration as well as real-time online monitoring. Powered by lithium ion battery, the pocket Geiger module senses gamma and beta radiation, and instantly alerts the user, with the degree of vibration corresponding to the magnitude of radiation present.