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Researchers developed a low-cost technique to recycle CDs by fabricating flexible biosensors from their thin metal layers. These sensors can measure lactate, glucose, pH, oxygen levels, as well as the electrical activity of the human heart and muscles. A method...
"Imagine that one day, solar cells are as cheap as newspapers, and you could fold one up and carry it around in your backpack" Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are the first to notice chirality appearing in...
Researchers have created a low-cost gadget that can absorb carbon dioxide gas selectively while charging. The CO2 can then be discharged in a regulated manner and collected to be reused or safely disposed of as it discharges. The supercapacitor device...
Researchers from the University of Cambridge's Department of Biochemistry used algae to power an Arm CPU for six months! The scientists created an AA-battery-sized gadget that houses an algae called Synechocystis that naturally harvests energy from the sun through photosynthesis,...
Breakthrough research headed by City College of New York physicist Lia Krusin-Elbaum could pave the way for new quantum device platforms! A team of physicists and chemists has developed a new method for reducing charge carrier density in the bulk...
Biocompatibility and biodegradability in functional electronic substances are important features for complying with a variety of healthcare and environmental regulations, as well as reducing the risks associated with managing electronic waste. Hydrogels, regenerated silk, and polylactic acid (PLA) are examples...
 
 

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