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  1. Imec paves the way to a new generation of implantable and ingestible health monitoring sensors Imec, a world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, presents the first mm-scale wireless transceiver for smart ...
    21-04-2020
  2. Michael Quin RMIT University, Australia The secret ingredient for the next generation of more powerful electronics could be air, according to new research Researchers at RMIT University have engineered a new type of transistor, the building block ...
    27-11-2018
  3. Julien Happich EE Times Europe Raytheon UK and Newcastle University have co-developed a silicon carbide based amplifier circuitry with operational amplifier like characteristics, exhibiting a high temperature gain of 200 at 400 C. The amplifier, ...
    04-05-2016
  4. Leah Scully Machine Design Aluminum battery protoype can be quickly recharged again and again A recent breakthrough in aluminum-battery research could eventually replace lithium and alkaline batteries: Hongjie Dai, professor of chemistry, and his ...
    09-09-2015
  1. Amy Norcross EDN Researchers at the Netherlands’ Delft University of Technology, in collaboration with scientists at the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, have developed a method that uses a laser and liquid silicon ink to ...
    12-08-2015
  2. Dexter Johnson IEEE Spectrum An international team of researchers from Germany and the US have fabricated for the first time a field effect transistor made of black-arsenic phosphorus. Crystals of semiconducting black arsenic phosphorus. Photo: ...
    21-07-2015
  3. A new carbon material developed at Stanford University is said to boost the performance of energy storage technologies. We have developed a 'designer carbon' that is both versatile and controllable, said Zhenan Bao, professor of chemical ...
    01-06-2015
  4. Thin light-emitting fibers that can be woven into textiles could be made into glowing clothes and other wearable electronics, researchers at Fudan University in Shanghai say. Illustration: Zhitao Zhang Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are ...
    20-04-2015
  5. Stephen Mraz Machine Design A super-slim generator has been constructed out of a few layers of molybdenum disulfide (MoS 2 ) film each only an atom thick by engineers at the Georgia Institute of Technology teamed with researchers from Columbia ...
    10-02-2015
  6. Graham Prophet EDN Europe Researchers at IMEC have produced an 8-bit microprocessor that runs at 2.1 kHz. That is not a typing error for GHz; 2.1 kHz is a breakthrough speed in this instance because the transistors that make up the ...
    27-01-2015