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Scientists at the University of Surrey have developed a wrist device that runs on energy harvested from the wearer's movements and is fashioned out of discarded paper wipes and plastic cups. Researchers from the University of Surrey have developed a...
Wearable devices could soon be entirely made of recycled waste materials and powered by energy harvested via human movement Plastics are perhaps the number one enemy of a clean, environmental-friendly earth. Thanks to the efforts by several institutions, public bodies...
By using multimodal transistors (MMTs), artificial intelligence (AI) hardware and associated computing will become more efficient By using multimodal transistors (MMTs), researchers at the University of Surrey have achieved success in mimicking the human brain in artificial neural networks. The...
To remove the problems of using flat panels detectors for X-rays, key design rules have been identified for making curved X-ray detectors The use of digital flat panel detectors allows quick examination of X-rays and enables immediate decision-making for medical...
An eco-friendly energy-harvesting smart sensor could help make roads safer by identifying potentially dangerous driver behaviour In a new research study by engineers from the University of Surrey, recycled plastic cups and silk cocoon waste have been used to develop...
An enhanced transistor design helps provide efficient analogue computation for robotic control, AI and unsupervised machine learning A device with the ability to overcome long-standing challenges in electronics design, including next-generation wearables and eco-disposable sensors has been developed by researchers...
 
 

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