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Researchers claim that ripples and imperfections in liquid crystals could be used to build a new type of computer. Researchers have found a way to build a new type of computer using liquid crystals instead of silicon. The computer would...
Devices can sense and transmit wireless signals similar to pulses, sweat, and UV exposure without chips or batteries. MIT engineers have designed a new wearable sensor that can transmit signals wirelessly without any battery or chip. The design is a...
By using a special fabrication process researchers at MIT have come up with a piece of smart fabric that not only has a snug fit but can conform to the body so as to sense the wearer’s posture and...
Engineers from MIT and the Technical University of Munich developed a glucose fuel cell that transforms glucose into electricity! The device, which is only 400 nanometers thick, can generate 43 microwatts per square centimetre of energy, the highest power density...
A unit that generates clear, clean drinking water without the need for filters or high-pressure pumps. MIT researchers have built a portable desalination equipment that can remove particles and salts to produce potable water and weighs less than 10 kg....
Engineers at MIT have created a paper-thin loudspeaker that can turn any surface into a sound source. This thin-film loudspeaker generates low-distortion sound while consuming a fraction of the energy required by regular loudspeakers. The researchers presented a hand-sized loudspeaker...
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 open to get to the creamy middle, you're...
The ultra-long fibre could be woven into fabrics and be used for creating a range of wearable electronic devices Until now, flexible batteries had been devised mainly as thin sheet materials that can be stretched up to a certain...
It has been achieved due to improvements in voltage and payload capacity that makes the aerial robots better than their previous versions After developing agile and resilient insect-sized drones that manoeuvered like real insects, researchers at MIT heralded a new...
The novel idea to develop next-generation electronic devices by harnessing terahertz waves can revolutionise modern communications technology Researchers at MIT have envisaged developing a new class of microelectronic circuits having increased speeds by harnessing terahertz waves. The new semiconductors will...
 
 

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