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Research Team Develops Neuromorphic Hardware Using Perovskite Nickelate

What if a computer could learn to rewire its circuits based on the information it receives? A multi-institutional collaboration, which includes the DOE's Argonne National Laboratory, has created a material that can...

Smart Sensors Made Using Extrusion Printing

UBC researchers have been able to investigate the possibilities of wearable human motion devices because of the development of high-resolution extrusion printing— 3D printing but with ink that conducts electricity. Wearable technology,...

Innovative Plastic Scanner That Eases Recycling Of Plastic Materials

The open-source hardware helps to quickly identify different plastic materials and polymer types in recycling facilities Perhaps one of the most impactful materials from the last century has been plastic. Its...

Generating Electricity From Heat Using This Ink

Researchers in Sweden have developed an ink coating that can transform low-grade heat emitted by electronics into electrical power. Thermoelectricity is the direct conversion of heat to electricity, and it is feasible...

Enhanced Photovoltaic Effect In Solar Cells

Researchers revealed in a study that the photovoltaic effect of ferroelectric crystals can be increased by a factor of 1,000 if different materials are periodically arranged. Commercially available solar cells are mostly...

3D Printing Can Now Be Done In Seconds!

Thanks to photocurable polymers, EPFL researchers have shown a light-based 3D-printing technology that is around 30 times faster than traditional additive manufacturing, producing items in 20 seconds that would ordinarily take...

High-Efficiency Thermoelectric Generators

Researchers identified an extraordinary material for implementing thermoelectric devices with the highest efficiency ever recorded. Thermoelectric generators are quite popular. They can convert the thermal energy into electricity by taking advantage of...

Wood-derived Biosensors For Wireless Devices

According to University of Toronto and University of Waterloo researchers, wood-derived materials can be utilised to gather electrical energy from daily actions like walking. The team demonstrated the usage of lignocellulosic nanofibrils...

These Implantable Devices Are Self-aware And Smart

Integration of electronics for sensing, energy storage, and wireless communication into compact devices poses major hurdles. Scientists have now taken a step toward making this integration easier. “A viable solution to all...

Electrically Switchable Polymers Can Aid In Biomedical Applications

Chalmers University of Technology researchers have developed a polymer that captures and releases biomolecules using electrical signals! The novel and efficient technology could have a significant impact on biomedicine research and...
 
 

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