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MobileCharger: An Autonomous System That Can Charge Robots Concurrently During Operation

Researchers develop an autonomous robotic system designed to charge other robots as they complete their missions.  Autonomous robots are expected to be a reality in the near future. However, one of the...

Researchers Develop An AI-Based System To Detect Potholes in Real-Time

Researchers develop an AI-based automatic pothole detection system that can be installed on the windshield of a vehicle to detect potholes on the road surface in real-time.    Potholes, in the rainy...

New Technology Harvests Twice The Power From Ocean Waves

Researchers developed a prototype that can double the power harvested from ocean waves as compared to existing technologies. Engineers across the world have tried to harvest energy from ocean waves. Ocean currents...

Materials For Next Generation Of Electrical Insulation

Researchers explored new materials for electrical insulation and packaging, and that can remove heat more effectively than existing technologies. Materials in electronics have opened up a path for high-performance devices that has...
Automatic Error Detection For High-Quality Lithium-Ion Batteries

Automatic Error Detection For High-Quality Lithium-Ion Batteries

New automatic error detection process that is implemented at the AQua Battery Competence Cluster. Lithium ion batteries are high energy density batteries used in a variety of applications like mobile phones, laptops,...

Drawn-On-Skin Electronics

Researchers demonstrate a new form of electronics known as "drawn-on-skin electronics," allowing multifunctional sensors and circuits to be drawn on the skin with an ink pen. Wearable sensors have gained a lot...

A Laser Microcomb: The First Commercially Scalable Integrated On-Chip Semiconductor Laser

The wafer-scale process enables thousands of devices to be made from a single 100-mm-diameter wafer by producing a laser microcomb. Researchers from The Bowers lab along with the Kippenberg lab have developed...

Twisting The Angle Brings New Possibilities For Ultra-Thin 2D Materials

Researchers discovered how twisting the angle between ultra-thin layers correctly can convert the photoelectric effect in materials. There have been a lot of advancements in solar cell technologies. Solar cells consist of...

New Concept Of Heterogeneous Epitaxy For Post-Moore Era

We have already entered the post-Moore era and semiconductors today are reaching their operation limits. Semiconductor industry, in future, has to jump out of the original framework and seek new paths....

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...
 
 
 

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