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Researchers Developed Mechanical IC Materials That Can ‘Think’

Researchers have created a integrated circuit material that could ‘think’ under mechanical stress without additional circuits to process signals. Ryan Harne and James F. Will, Career Development Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering...

Researcher Develops A DIY Project To Test Perovskite Solar Cells

Dr. Jamie Laird, a Research fellow at the ARC Center of Excellence in Exciton Science and the University of Melbourne has invented a new machine that could test perovskite solar cells...

Robots That Are Transforming Therapy For The Autism Spectrum

In Sanskrit, Nimaya means “to create a change,” which is exactly what this Chennai-based startup, Nimaya Innovations, is doing. Founded in 2018, the company has made it its mission to help...

Ice 3D Printing Templates For Complex Electronic Channels

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a 3D technique of printing microscale ice structures that can form intricate templates for complex channels. The team has built their own printer to enable...

Transparent Electrodes For Flexible Electronics

Researchers have developed a flexible and a biocompatible silver nanowire which can increase stability and practical uses in electronics. The regular silver nanowires (AgNWs) are used for making flexible electrodes for their...

E-Tattoos That Measure Blood Pressure

An electronic tattoo that can be comfortably worn on the wrist for hours and provides continuous blood pressure measures with an accuracy level that surpasses practically all solutions on the market...

Enabling Robotic Vision Beyond Color And Depth

When we look at an object, our brain immediately knows how to pick it up – whether to use our palm, or just fingers, or maybe both hands! This sort of...

A Battery That Charges In Sunlight Within Seconds!

A renewable and rechargeable battery prototype created by the University of Surrey might extend the energy life of future smartwatches and other wearables by tens of minutes with just thirty seconds...

Non-Invasive Ultrasound Imaging

MIT Engineers invented an adhesive stamp-sized device that produces ultrasound images of the body. The adhesive patch was developed to adhere to the body and produce continuous ultrasound images for 48 hours....

From CDs to Flexible Biosensors

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...
 
 

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