University of Massachusetts (UMass) Amherst researchers claim that they have developed bioelectronic ammonia gas sensor that uses electric-charge-conducting protein nanowires to create biomaterials for devices.
6 hours ago by Luke James
Working in collaboration, New York University and IBM Research have studied the use of spintronics as a means to increase the efficiency of both data transfer and storage—thus enhancing the already-fast-growing R&D into spintronics-based software solutions.
one day ago by Sam Holland
Heat-related illnesses cause more deaths than any other weather incident. Now, researchers are designing biomonitors—some that measure pH in sweat—to detect early indicators of heatstroke.
one day ago by Gary Elinoff
Researchers at the lab of Tobias Kippenberg at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) have reportedly found a new way to implement a parallel FMCW LiDAR engine by using integrated nonlinear photonic circuitry.
2 days ago by Luke James
Thermal management of electronics is critical for high-reliability applications and is essential to improve the performance of electrical systems such as those in EVs, smartphones, and laptops.
About 4 days ago by Rushi Patel
Developments in 3D printing are coming thick and fast. In a relatively short amount of time, we have gone from clunky machinery capable of only printing very basic components to printers that can be used in the home by hobbyists to print anything from toys to prosthetic limbs.
May 22, 2020 by Luke James
In the world of electronics and indeed science on the whole, when something simply just works without explanation, that’s not good enough; lots of questions get asked and researchers poke and prod until they can understand the underlying mechanisms and processes at work.
May 21, 2020 by Luke James