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Hybrid Biofuel Cell

Cotton-Based Hybrid Biofuel Cell Could Power Implantable Medical Devices

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Korea University used gold nanoparticles assembled on the cotton to create high-conductivity electrodes that helped improve...
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How the Magnetoelastic Effect Can Control the Magnetic Properties of Nanoelements

Information Communications and Technology (ICT) devices rely significantly on being able to harness the magnetic properties of materials, especially for computing memory and processing....
millimeter wave circuit

Fujitsu Develops Low Power Consumption Technology for 5G Small Cell Base...

Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced the development of millimeter wave circuit technology for base stations that, while consuming the same level of power as...
climate change, supersomputers, supercomputers, supercomputer, Virtual Machine, lung diseases, Circuit, database integration, Lithium-Ion Batteries, Piezoelectric Device, In-Memory Deduplication, wavelength, genomic medicine, machine learning technology, Quantum Computers

Fujitsu to Build Taiwan’s Top-Performing Supercomputer for the National Center for...

Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Taiwan Limited today announced that they will build a new supercomputer system for Taiwan's National Center for High-performance Computing, National...
data interchange

Fujitsu Develops Blockchain-based Software for a Secure Data Exchange Network

Fujitsu today announced the development of software to create secure data exchange networks. With a proprietary data access control technology it has developed, Fujitsu...
optical networks

Fujitsu Develops Technology to Accurately Estimate Optical Network Transmission Performance

Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. and Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Inc. today announced the development of a new technology to estimate the transmission performance, and to...
data logger

To Each Driver the Appropriate Vehicle

Bringing mobility into Germany’s transition to a new energy economy is a complex undertaking. While carmakers are developing more economical com- bustion engines and...
insulation and thermal mass

Combination of Insulation and Thermal Mass

When the summer sun burns in the sky, phase change materials (PCM) integrated in building envelopes absorb the heat – it remains cool inside....
wind turbines

Lightweight Rotor Blades Made from Plastic Foams for Offshore Wind Turbines

Offshore wind turbines are becoming ever larger, and the transportation, installation, disassembly and disposal of their gigantic rotor blades are presenting operators with new...
climate change, supersomputers, supercomputers, supercomputer, Virtual Machine, lung diseases, Circuit, database integration, Lithium-Ion Batteries, Piezoelectric Device, In-Memory Deduplication, wavelength, genomic medicine, machine learning technology, Quantum Computers

Fujitsu and Fraunhofer HHI Develop First-Ever Simultaneous Wavelength Conversion Technology with...

Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. and the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI today announced the development of a new method to simultaneously convert the wavelengths of...
C. tyrobutyricum

Unveiling the Distinctive Features of a Promising Industrial Microorganism

KAIST researchers have sequenced the whole genome of Clostridium tyrobutyricum, which has a higher tolerance to toxic chemicals, such as 1-butanol, compared to other clostridial bacterial strains.
human brain

Human Brain Project’s Research Platforms Released

Public Release of Platforms Will Help Advance Collaborative Research in Neuroscience, Medicine, and Computing
CFRP

Rapid and energy-efficient production of lightweight components

When consolidating carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP), individual layers of fibers and plastic connect to each other under pressure and high temperatures to form...
‘inquiry lab’

‘Inquiry labs’ aim to inspire Europe’s next generation of scientists

The EU-funded TEMI project aims to transform science and mathematics education across Europe by giving teachers new skills to engage with their students, exciting...