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In response to the continuous semiconductor shortage that is delaying the production of vehicles, phones, computers, and televisions, Rowan University and Butler University have formed a new research partnership to provide computational tools for the design of the upcoming...
Researchers from the IISc Bangalore developed highly sensitive strain sensors using thin resonating structures made of graphene. A strain sensor or strain gauge is a device used to measure strain (deformation) on an object. They are useful in many applications...
The chip's operation resembles the processing of information by biological neurons Consumes much less power than traditional neural networking chips while featuring a tenfold reduction in latency for instantaneous decision-making Artificial neural networks (ANNs) are the backbone...
These printed large-scale integrated circuits are made of a special conducting material that can do fast processing and the printing ink allows extremely fine micrometre connections to be made with ease. When it comes to printing sheet(s) of paper, we...
 
 

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