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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

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Any new development, innovation, research, patent… any “news” that would be of interest to our audience…can be categorised herein.

N Space Tech’s Successful Satellite Launch

Sai Divya Kurapati, Founder and Director at N Space Tech and a PhD Research Scholar, aims is to build small, affordable satellites and ground stations that will help make space technology...

Georgia Tech’s Wireless Sensor For Vascular Disease Monitoring

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have published a study in the journal Science Advances on their present work on a technology that would allow for continuous monitoring of vascular...

UC San Diego’s Multitasking Health Monitoring Sensor

Engineers at the University of California San Diego have created a prototype of a wearable that can track many health metrics in real time, including glucose, alcohol, and lactate levels. The device...

Sapphire Fibre Sensor Invented at Oxford University

Researchers at Oxford University have invented a sapphire fibre sensor that can withstand severe temperatures, with the potential to enhance efficiency and reduce emissions in aircraft and power generation. The researchers have...

IBM’s Quantum Roadmap Leads to Quantum Datacenters

IBM has updated its quantum computing roadmap to show how quantum processors, CPUs, and GPUs will be knitted together to create a compute fabric capable of addressing computationally demanding tasks. “We think...

The Fastest Logic Gates Ever!

Lightwave electronics is a promising technique to produce ultrafast electronics. It uses laser light to regulate the migration of electrons in matter and then uses this control to develop electronic circuit...

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...

A New Wireless Charging System for Buses

Researchers from Taiwan's National Chiayi University have created a revolutionary UAV-based charging method for city-wide sensor networks that use public transportation.  Wireless rechargeable sensor networks (WRSNs) are an important technology for the...

Studying The Effects Of Radiation On Electronics

This is a multidisciplinary research encompassing physics, computation, materials science engineering and electrical engineering. According to a newly financed partnership coordinated by Penn State, electronics using wide bandgap semiconductors offer superior resistance...

New Electrochemical Actuators For Next Generation Of Soft Robotics

Researchers use organic semiconductor nanotubes to create new electrochemical actuators that have potential in numerous applications. Actuators are a key component for robotic bioelectronic and biomedical devices. Researchers across the globe have...
 
 

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