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Flexible Micro-Supercapacitor

Easier Way to Produce High Performing, Flexible Micro-Supercapacitor

Professor Minyang Yang from the Department of Mechanical Engineering and his team developed a high-energy, flexible micro-supercapacitor in a simple and cost-effective way. Compared to...
smart sensor

New Smart Sensor to Help Farmers Spot Lameness in Sheep

A new smart wearable device that can automatically detect lameness in sheep is being developed by veterinary researchers at the University of Nottingham and...
unobtrusive sensors

Potentially Life-Saving ‘Health Monitor’ Technology

Sick babies in remote parts of the world could be monitored from afar, thanks to new wearable technology designed by physicists at the University...
EEG Headset

Imec and Holst Centre Introduce EEG Headset for Emotion Detection

At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) taking place in Las Vegas, Nev. Jan. 9-12, 2018, imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in...
Organic Light-Emitting Diodes

Fiber OLEDs, Thinner Than a Hair

Professor Kyung Cheol Choi from the School of Electrical Engineering and his team succeeded in fabricating highly efficient Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) on an...
Artificial Intelligence

Gartner Says Artificial Intelligence Is a Game Changer for Personal Devices

Emotion artificial intelligence (AI) systems are becoming so sophisticated that Gartner, Inc. predicts that by 2022, personal devices will know more about an individual's...
plant tattoo sensors

Engineers Make Wearable Sensors for Plants, Enabling Measurements of Water Use...

Iowa State University plant scientist Patrick Schnable quickly described how he measured the time it takes for two kinds of corn plants to move...
flexible memory

Ultra-Low-Power Flexible Memory Using 2D Materials

KAIST research team led by Professor Sung-Yool Choi at School of Electrical Engineering and Professor Sung Gap Im at the Department of Chemical and...
wearable devices

Wearable Devices to Remotely Manage Patient Chronic Conditions

Wearable devices to remotely manage patient chronic conditions are set to become available for the medical profession as part of an Australian first. The move follows...
integrated circuits

Carving out Circuits That Click into Place

A strategy for assembly of electronic systems—especially the flexible structures needed for high-performance devices of the future—uses integrated circuits as Lego-like building blocks. “This...
stretchable circuits

Metal Printing Offers Low-Cost Way to Make Flexible, Stretchable Electronics

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new technique for directly printing metal circuits, creating flexible, stretchable electronics. The technique can use...
nanocompositevideo

‘Graphene-Like’ Nanocomposite Battery Boost for Smartphones, Tablets and Laptops

Scientists have a developed a new nanocomposite material that boosts battery life and improves the performance of everyday gadgets such as smartphones, tablets and...
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Fully Integrated Circuits Successfully Printed Directly onto Fabric

Researchers have successfully printed two-dimensional materials such as graphene (a single layer of carbon in a hexagonal lattice), directly onto textiles, enabling the production...
battery

Scientists Create Stretchable Battery Made Entirely out of Fabric

A research team led by faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York has developed an entirely textile-based, bacteria-powered bio-battery that could one...
3D printingvideo

Engineers 3-D Print a “Living Tattoo”

MIT engineers have devised a 3-D printing technique that uses a new kind of ink made from genetically programmed living cells. The cells are engineered...
miniature chip

A Smart, Portable and Miniaturized System That Can Analyze Sweat

The miniature chip was developed by researchers at EPFL’s Nanoelectronic Devices Laboratory (Nanolab), headed by Professor Adrian Ionescu, working in association with startup Xsensio....
dialysis technology

Chemist Studying Electric Fields, Microfluidics to Improve Dialysis Technology

About the time Robbyn Anand began studying concentration and separation technologies for her doctoral research, her older brother David was diagnosed with end-stage renal...
Wearable Computing Ringvideo

Wearable Computing Ring Allows Users to Write Words and Numbers with...

With the whirl of a thumb, Georgia Tech researchers have created technology that allows people to trace letters and numbers on their fingers and...
Wearable Robotics

Major Funding for Wearable Robotics UT in Four Dutch ‘Perspectief’ Programmes

'Perspectief' programmes stimulate close collaboration of scientists with companies and other organisations. The programmes concern multidisciplinary research with a special emphasis on application. The...
semiconductor

Eco-friendly Waterborne Semiconductor Inks Using Surfactant

A team of researchers at DGIST, led by Professor Dae Sung Chung of Energy Science and Engineering has developed a technology to produce environmentally...