Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Researchers Develop Technology To Embed Thermal Sensor With Smartphone Camera

Researchers developed a low-cost thermal-imaging sensor that overcomes the existing problems of operating temperature limitations. Due to COVID-19, the demand for thermal imaging sensors has increased. The thermal sensors detect and capture...

A Laser Microcomb: The First Commercially Scalable Integrated On-Chip Semiconductor Laser

The wafer-scale process enables thousands of devices to be made from a single 100-mm-diameter wafer by producing a laser microcomb. Researchers from The Bowers lab along with the Kippenberg lab have developed...

Highly Precise, Nanoscale Microchip Sensors For Quantum Internet

Inspired by spiderweb design, the microchip sensor combines nanotechnology and machine learning for studying gravity waves amongst others Inspired by the intricate nature of a spiderweb, a team of researchers from TU...

AI-designed Xenobots That Can Reproduce and Thrive On Their Own

The tiny robots are a breakthrough development in the field of biotechnology and robotics that is promising for regenerative medicine It is well known that all organisms on Earth - be it...

High-Frequency Organic Electronics

Researchers at the TU Dresden, Germany have implemented high-frequency essential building blocks with low power consumption using organic materials. Semiconductor devices are reaching their limits of performance. Modern electronic systems need faster...

Thermally comfortable wristbands built by four engineering students from MIT.

Personal thermostats released by Embr Labs from MIT will make winter more bearable, it comes as a wristband. Four engineering students from MIT participated in a competition and showcased the smart...

Preparation Of Data Centers For The Evolution To 400G

400G optical networks are the next big step for data centers to meet different high speed needs at different distances Birla Furukawa Fibre Optics Private Limited, the Joint Venture Company formed between Universal Cables...

New Superconducting Chips Promise To Scale Up Quantum Computers

Superconducting processors could speed up traditional supercomputers and remarkably cut their power consumption The processing power of a quantum computer is based on superconducting qubits operated at extremely low temperatures. Qubits are...

India Based Company to Invest $180 Billion in Open Source, AI Based Education Platform

Over the next three years Reliance is going to invest upto $180 billion on artificial intelligence (AI) based education platform ‘Embibe’, a product of Indiavidual Learning Pvt Ltd, one of Reliance's...

Mornsun Concludes Its Last Power Supply Seminars of 2019

Mornsun illustrated EMC diagnostic skills through some case analysis to help engineers with identifying common pitfalls It shared the breakthrough achievements of Mornsun’s new generation DC/DC power supply modules ...
 
 
 

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