A team of scientists has shown that just a few superconducting qubits can discover the hidden string faster and more efficiently than today’s computers.
Researchers have found a new use for the ubiquitous PowerPoint slide: Producing self-folding 3D origami structures from photocurable liquid polymers.
A silicon anode eliminates the need for a liquid electrolyte and has less of a reaction to air and moisture even if partially exposed.
Once all the bugs have been worked out, rechargeable solid-state batteries using both solar and vibrational energy harvesting could become the rule rather than the exception.
By using ice-templating to control electrolyte structure in lithium batteries, researchers have come up with a flexible solid-state with longer battery life.
Vision-In-Package packs a camera system with an ARM Cortex M4/M7 with 8MB RAM, a dynamic range imager, optics and a communication interface.
Silver nanowires (Ag NWs) are being eyed as future flexible transparent conducting electrodes. Now, South Korean researchers have developed high-performance Ag NWs using UV-material interactions.