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Super-compact Computers Now Possible Due To This Material

A relationship between tunable electrical and magnetic properties in a 2D semiconductor has been discovered by Columbia University chemists and physicists, with possible applications in spintronics, quantum computing, and fundamental research. In...

Electronics Made With The Help Of Water

Water is the secret ingredient in a basic method for making critical components for solar cells, X-ray detectors, and other optoelectronic devices. Perovskites, an interesting and adaptable nanomaterial with a crystal structure,...

Room-Temperature Superconductors: Now A Possibility!

Scientists have discovered a new nanoscale relationship between superconductivity (the passage of electric current without wasting energy) and the phenomena known as charge density waves. The discovery, which was published in the...

These Memristors Can Switch Between Two Operation Modes!

Researchers from ETH Zurich, the University of Zurich, and Empa have invented a novel memristor concept that can be utilised in considerably more applications than existing memristors. The new memristors developed by...

Predicting Space Events With A Satellite

“Life on Earth is inextricably linked to satellites with telecommunication, internet services, radio communication, GPS, aviation, power installations and even defence systems linked to the satellites orbiting in space.” By predicting extreme...

A New Development In Organic Solar Cells

Solar cells that are both efficient and environmentally acceptable are essential for the transition to a fossil-free energy supply. Researchers at Linköping University have documented how energy flows in organic solar...

A Unique Optical Temperature Sensor

Optical-based sensors are tempting for temperature monitoring in biological diagnostics because of their advantages of remote detection, minimal intrusion, electromagnetic interference tolerance, and high resolution. Dr He Ding of Beijing Institute of...

Using ML To Find Promising Materials For Fluoride-ion Batteries

Machine learning was utilised to swiftly identify some of the most promising fluoride-ion battery materials. The research could hasten the development of new batteries, which are expected to challenge, if not...

A Glucose Fuel Cell That’s Suitable For Implantable Devices

Engineers from MIT and the Technical University of Munich developed a glucose fuel cell that transforms glucose into electricity! The device, which is only 400 nanometers thick, can generate 43 microwatts per...

Powering A Microprocessor By Photosynthesis

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...
 
 

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