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Engineers Outlined A New Method For Fabricating Flexible Electronics

Engineers improve the conventional process for printing large-scale, complex flexible electronics.  Flexible electronics can be employed in a myriad of applications, including health monitors, soft robotics, and bendable displays.. There have been...

Researchers Develop Non-Toxic Supercapacitors for IoT applications

Researchers at the Empa in Dübendorf, Switzerland developed non-toxic, fully recyclable supercapacitors from disposable materials. Supercapacitors are thought to be a viable alternative to li-ion battery technology. Supercapacitors offer some significant advantages...

GSEM-Based Highly Sensitive Airflow Sensor

Researchers develop highly sensitive, flexible and adaptive airflow sensors inspired by thin-membrane in bat’s wings. Airflow sensors rely on mechanical deformation, and they have been applicable in a wide range of applications...

Researchers Develop New E-Paper Displays With Optimal Quality

E-paper (Electronic Paper) displays are fascinating as they mimic the appearance of ordinary ink on paper. These displays make reading comfortable and provide a wider viewing angle than most light-emitting displays....

New Wireless Charging Technology That Can Charge Multiple Devices Simultaneously

Researchers developed a new wireless charging transmitter that can charge multiple devices in close proximity at very high efficiency of 90%. Wireless charging technologies are making lives easier by not relying on...

AI Models For Materials That Could Harvest Electricity From Wasted Heat

A researcher from the University of Alberta developed two machine learning algorithms to find out the right material that could harvest electricity from waste heat efficiently.  In the process of energy conversion,...

Researchers Develop Source For THz Radiation

Researchers have recently developed a nano-antenna by taking advantage of surface states. Nano antennas are different from conventional antennas because they are not used to carry our embedded sound waves or data...

Can We Recycle Electronics Without Smelting?

If E-waste is recycled, it is usually smelted, with the plastic and ceramics melting away to reveal the recoverable metals. Metal components in modern devices are valuable, costing roughly $25,000 per...

Strain Engineering For High Performance Semiconductor Devices

Researchers develop a convolutional neural network architecture to predict the electrical properties of the material when strain is applied. Nanoscale semiconductor devices are reaching their limit of performance. To get further performance,...

3D Polymer Nanocomposite Ink For Future Electronics

Researchers created a new nano-ink with exceptional properties and many applications in aerospace, medicine and electronics. 3D printing or additive manufacturing is a more efficient and versatile approach than casting. This approach...
 
 

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