2017-02-13 - Rohde & Schwarz

Handheld oscilloscope covers up to 500MHz bandwidth

The mobile R&S Scope Rider features a spectrum analyser, a frequency counter and a harmonic analyser for evaluating the quality…

2017-02-09 - Carolyn Mathas

LED-based phototherapy treats skin conditions

The hinged three-panel design allows the face and neck treatment area to be intimately enveloped by the LED light source.

2017-02-08 - PLOS Biology

Brain-computer interface deciphers patient’s thoughts

A non-invasive brain-computer interface detects completely locked-in patients’ responses by measuring changes in blood oxygen levels in the brain.

2017-02-03 - Columbia University

Using hydrogel to build implantable microrobots

A new technique uses biomaterials to make complex devices that could be used for many implantable applications, including drug delivery.

2017-01-27 - Imec

Multispectral image sensor combines RGB, NIR imaging

Imec integrates RGB colour filters, NIR-cut filter, NIR narrow band-pass filters and on-chip microlenses technology, down to small pixels as…

2017-01-17 - Panasonic

Panasonic plans robot demo at hotel, airport

Panasonic's HOSPI(R) autonomous delivery robot does not need equipment and guide tapes, allowing low-cost changes in delivery destinations and layout.

2017-01-13 - Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS

2mm camera draws on insect eye principle

facetVISION camera lenses can be manufactured in large quantities in wafers similar to those applied in the semiconductor industry, says…

2017-01-11 - Michel Azarian, Will Ezell

Predict reference spur levels in PLL system accurately

Knowing how to predict reference spur level helps pick loop parameters wisely during the early stages of a PLL system…

2017-01-10 - Heptagon

Simblee-connected spectrometer targets consumer apps

Simblee enables 3ms latency, an expandable and modular user interface, and agile development of IoT products.

2017-01-04 - Julien Happich

Polymer foam paves way for motion-powered wearables

Michigan State University researchers create a cheap polypropylene foam whose empty voids are charged through microplasma discharges.