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Fast-moving magnetic particles could enable new form of data storage

Recently discovered phenomenon could provide a way to bypass the limits to Moore’s Law.

Rather than reading and writing data one bit at a time by changing the orientation of magnetized particles on a surface,…

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Thin, flexible device could provide efficient cooling for mobile electronics – or people

UCLA, SRI International researchers devise polymer film to transfer heat from batteries and processors

The system’s flexibility also means it could eventually be used in wearable electronics, robotic systems and new types o…

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Non-identical Twins For Data Storage of the Future

Using supercomputing methods, the scientists were furthermore able to suggest a material system in which it should be po…

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High-Frequency Chip Brings Researchers Closer to Next Generation Technology

Possible Applications in Communications, Sensing, Imaging

The chip prototyped by Momeni and Jalili successfully operates at 370 GHz with 52 GHz of bandwidth. For comparison, FM r…

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Single Molecules Can Work as Reproducible Transistors—at Room Temperature

Columbia Engineering researchers are first to reproducibly achieve the current blockade effect using atomically precise …

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Researchers Spin All-Carbon Computer Design

System could replace silicon transistors

The resulting all-carbon spin logic proposal is a computing system that Friedman believes could be made smaller than sil…

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First battery-free cellphone makes calls by harvesting ambient power

University of Washington researchers have invented a cellphone that requires no batteries — a major leap forward in movi…

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Ultraclean transfer method developed for large-area 2-dimensional semiconductors

At first, a 2D semiconductor is synthesized at 600 degrees on a silicon substrate and the synthesized film is transferre…

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Chip-sized, high-speed terahertz modulator raises possibility of faster data transmission

The device works through the interaction of confined THz waves in a novel slot waveguide with tunable, two-dimensional e…

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Design for new electromagnetic wave router offers unlimited bandwidth

Device being developed by UCLA engineers could ease the traffic of cellphone signals

The researchers proved that a circulator — a tiny device that sends and receives electromagnetic waves from different po…

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A Phone That Charges in Seconds? UCF Scientists Bring it Closer to Reality

A team of UCF scientists has developed a new process for creating flexible supercapacitors that can store more energy an…

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Stanford-led experiments point toward memory chips 1,000 times faster than today’s

Silicon chips can store data in billionths of a second, but phase-change memory could be 1,000 times faster, while using less energy and requiring less space.

Stanford-led research shows that an emerging memory technology, based on a new class of semiconductor materials, could d…

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Producing Electronics without Semiconductor is Now a Reality

"Groundbreaking" research by Prof. Bartosz Grzybowski (School of Natural Science). Nanoparticle Diodes and Devices That Work When Wet.

A new study by an international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has found a new way to produce electronic dev…

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The world’s tiniest temperature sensor is powered by radio waves

The smart buildings of the future will be full of sensors that will respond to the residents’ every need, and will be as…

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Churning out biosensors

With structured metal-coated polymer film to produce affordable biosensors.

The growing market for wearable devices requires a high number of small, light-weight and high capacity sensors for

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Elastomeric Transistor with Softness and Robustness Comparable to Cloth

Unbreakable when stepped on by high-heeled shoe or washed

The transistor is made only from elastomeric materials, such as single-walled carbon nanotubes, rubbers, and gel. The tr…

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n-type conductive polymers as electrical conductor of future printed electronics

These novel polymers open up completely new perspectives for applications in the field of flexible, organic electronics

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gaugewear Inc. to commercialize wearable technology prototype

As the business of wearable technology continues to boom, a new University of Colorado technology that allows for the co…

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Small tilt in magnets makes them viable memory chips

UC Berkeley researchers have discovered a new way to switch the polarization of nanomagnets, paving the way for high-den…

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Graphene-based film can be used for efficient cooling of electronics

Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have developed a method for efficiently cooling electronics using graph…

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