2020-07-16 - Bill Schweber

“Wideband” still elusive in electronic noses

There have been many innovations in electronic “noses,” but none can come close to the broad spectral-sensing range of the…

2019-12-13 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Thermoelectric Material with Great IoT Potential

A new material with a strong Seebeck effect could revolutionize thermal energy harvesting. The new material was formulated at the…

2019-06-17 - Gina Roos

Flexible Batteries for Powering Wearable Devices

PolyU’s Textile Lithium Battery demonstrates a high energy density of more than 450 Wh/L with a bending radius of less…

2019-05-27 - Corning Glass Technologies

Display Glass Requirements for Oxide TFT Technology

To build a display that meets high performance expectations, panel makers require a thermally and dimensionally stable glass to improve…

2019-05-16 - Michael Garry

Welding and Bonding in Medical Design

Some welding and bonding technologies are best suited to Class III devices, while others offer more to wearables and other…

2019-05-07 - Molex

Thermal Management for Tomorrow’s Mobility

The automotive industry is undergoing an exciting transformation in connectivity as the need for higher speed and for more compute…

2017-08-15 - MIT

Tiny terahertz laser redirects 80% of light

Since most terahertz radiation applications require directed light, researchers have found a way to redirect most of the light that…

2017-08-04 - Vanderbilt University

Monolayer process enables dual-function devices

The triangular pattern formed by the 2D material chalcogenide can help create multifunctional devices.

2017-07-31 - Arizona State University

RNA circuits induce cells to carry out computations

The circuit designs, which resemble conventional electronic circuits, self-assemble in bacterial cells, allowing them to sense incoming messages and respond…

2017-07-12 - John Dunn

Multi-layer sheets boost magnetic field blocking

A non-ferrous layer may be copper or aluminium as neither of these materials can be attracted by a magnet, but…