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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

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Qubits Can Now Be Mass Produced On 300mm Wafers

The Quantum Revolution is here. European researchers have collaborated with Intel to mass-produce quantum processing technology on 300mm wafers. Research in this arena has been going on at full speed. At...

MIT Researchers Are Studying Oreos!

Why does the cookie’s cream stick to just one wafer when twisted apart? The answer could be a groundbreaking discovery for 3D printing and flexible electronics. When you twist an Oreo cookie...

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...

A Power Source For Implantable Medical Devices

Miniaturized batteries containing corrosive liquid electrolytes are commonly utilised as power sources in IMDs, however electrolyte leakage can trigger transplant rejection and harm to adjacent tissues.  These problems can be efficiently addressed...

This Neuromorphic Device Allows AI To Work Without The Internet

A new research project from the University of Central Florida that aims to make artificial intelligence (AI) work without the use of the internet. The sophisticated neuromorphic or brain-like devices developed by...

New E-Textiles To Keep You Cool During Summers

This research team is developing wearable technology to keep people cool during the summer. A Chinese-led research team has invented a fabric that can generate power from heat for wearable electronics or...

Lithium-carbon dioxide Batteries Show Theoretical Promise!

We're all aware of lithium-ion batteries, but what about lithium-carbon dioxide batteries? A group of interdisciplinary academics led by the University of Adelaide has set out to establish an environment for...

3D Cameras May Soon Be Seen On Smartphones

Using low-cost LIDAR technology, researchers have successfully demonstrated 3D imaging. Stanford University researchers have developed a novel method for ordinary image sensors to sense light in three dimensions. With this technology, cameras...

From Solar Energy To Electricity On Demand

A step closer to self-charging electronics that store energy! Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have devised an energy system that can capture solar energy, store it for up to...

These Bio-inspired Electrodes Might Restore Sight For The Visually-impaired

A revolutionary eye and brain implant design! Researchers at the University of Oregon grew rodent retinal neurons on a fractal-patterned electrode that mimicked the repetitive branching pattern that occurs naturally in neurons....
 
 

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