A flurry of new ventures has produced powerful, silicon-on-polymer chips for complex applications—but how do they compare to standard chip designs?
one hour ago by Tyler Charboneau
A new discovery by researchers from Duke University and Michigan State University could lead to an excellent, stretchable source of power for wearable electronics.
March 24, 2020 by Luke James
A Linköping University team of scientists led by professor Simone Fabiano has created a new ‘non-dopable’ organic ink that exhibits excellent conductivity.
March 16, 2020 by Luke James
Researchers have developed a device that creates energy from moisture in the air. Using a natural protein, Air-gen connects electrodes with nanowires, forming a transfer pathway for electricity.
February 24, 2020 by Tyler Charboneau
Researchers at North Carolina State University (NCSU) have revealed their latest version of a device that can be used to convert body heat into power for wearable electronics.
February 09, 2020 by Luke James
Whether we like it or not, electrical engineers are deeply implicated in the world’s confusing and expensive quest for quality of life.
January 12, 2020 by Robert Keim
Biometric-monitoring wearables are common for tracking everyday health—but can they monitor seizures?
June 11, 2019 by Orlando Hoilett
This week, Adesto Technologies introduced its new FusionHD non-volatile memories (NVMs).
March 03, 2019 by Gary Elinoff
Maxim Integrated’s MAX14745 is a battery-charge management IC for low-power wearables and rechargeable IoT devices.
September 14, 2018 by Mouser Electronics
This News Brief takes a look at the STM32L4+ with advanced graphics capabilities from STMicroelectronics.
November 22, 2017 by Heather Hamilton-Post
Researchers from the University of California Berkeley have created a wearable device worn on the ear that can monitor core body temperature in real time.
July 29, 2017 by Zabrel Holsman
Highly integrated ICs such as the MAX30004 can help you to improve the performance and practicality of your wearable designs.
May 30, 2017 by Robert Keim
Researchers believe that sweaty armpits may be the answer to both detecting and controlling diabetes.
April 03, 2017 by Robin Mitchell
Researchers have created a printable electronic system that allows for a nano-material to flex with skin to create printable electrical tattoos.
March 23, 2017 by Robin Mitchell
Researchers have developed a new semiconductor material which finds a way around using covalent bonds between semiconducting materials.
February 24, 2017 by Robin Mitchell
More wearables and accompanying apps are aiming to track emotional wellness.
January 18, 2017 by Chantelle Dubois
Engineers at the University of California San Diego are developing a wearable, Bluetooth-enabled sensor patch that can track electrical signals as well as biochemical signals: the Chem-Phys patch.
June 02, 2016 by Kate Smith
A Research team at Penn State lead by Professor Qing Wang has developed the first dielectric that can restore multiple functions after multiple breaks
May 21, 2016 by Zabrel Holsman
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