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Hydrogel-based Soft Lenses

Imec, Ghent University and SEED Demonstrate Electronics in Hydrogel-based Soft Lenses

At the imec technology forum Japan (ITF Japan 2018), imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, the Ghent University...

Harnessing Commercially Available Geospatial Imagery for Defense Analysis

The rapid pace of new commercial satellite constellation launches has led to a significant increase in the amount and availability of geospatial imagery. Unfortunately,...

Fusion Heating Gets a Boost

In the quest for fusion energy, scientists have spent decades experimenting with ways to make plasma fuel hot and dense enough to generate significant...
Radio Technology

The Radio Frequency Spectrum + Machine Learning = A New Wave...

The current wave of artificial intelligence, driven by machine learning (ML) techniques, is all the rage, and for good reason. With sufficient training on...
5G Wireless

5G Wireless and Beyond: From Evolution to Revolution

From a technical standpoint, fifth generation mobile wireless – or 5G, as it’s commonly known – is more about “evolution” than “revolution.” In many ways 5G simply...

World’s Most Powerful Emulator of Radio-Signal Traffic Opens for Business

Today is the grand opening of the Colosseum. We are not referring here to the storied concrete Colosseum in Rome, which was completed in...
Indoor GPS

‘Indoor GPS’ Apps Closer to Reality With New NIST Challenge

GPS usually works great outdoors, but what if you’re disoriented in a large building such as a museum or a mall? There are no...

Bushwhacking into Unexplored Transistor Territories

Since the advent of microelectronics in the mid-20th century, humanity has been on a nonstop sprint to eke more speed, power efficiency, and computational...
retinal prosthesis

New Nano-Implant Could One Day Help Restore Sight

A team of engineers at the University of California San Diego and La Jolla-based startup Nanovision Biosciences Inc. have developed the nanotechnology and wireless...
wireless communications

NIST, Partners ‘Cutting the Cord’ (and Wires) from Factory Communication Networks

Providing wireless communications in a factory, plant or other industrial environment these days means more than just helping employees talk with each other while...
Isolation Structures

What’s New @ GT in Packaging? Innovative EMI Isolation Structures

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is defined as unwanted electrical or magnetic coupling between components in a module or system. Such coupling or cross-talk results to...
X-ray movies

Toward X-ray Movies

Ultrashort bursts of electrons have several important applications in scientific imaging, but producing them has typically required a costly, power-hungry apparatus about the size...
Visible light communication

Communicating With Light

As demand for mobile wireless services continues to grow, and the deployment of the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies expands, Visible Light Communication (VLC)...
innovation ecosystem

DARPA’s Microsystems Technology Office Streamlines Contracting for Innovators

DARPA’s Microsystems Technology Office (MTO) has a proud history of making seminal investments in breakthrough technologies that ultimately became critical components in our electronics-filled...

Applying Photonics to Electronic Warfare Challenges

Photonics, the technology that helps drive today’s telecommunications systems, offers major advances in the area of signal transmission. Researchers at the Georgia Tech Research...
classical physics

NSF wants engineering researchers to bend rules (of classical physics)

$18 million for emerging frontier research aimed at manipulating light, high-frequency and sound waves in weird ways
chromosomes, obesity, breast cancer, Kidney Disease, Packaging, phosphorus

A*Star’s IME Kicks off Consortia to Develop Advanced Packaging Solutions

A*STAR’s Institute of Microelectronics (IME) has launched two consortia on advanced packaging, the Silicon Photonics Packaging consortium (Phase II) and the MEMS Wafer Level...

Finessing Miniaturized Magnetics into the Microelectronics Mix

Chip-friendly magnetic materials combined with microelectronics could provide a portal to a new generation of magnetics-boosted circuits
particle acceleration

Supercooled Cavities for Particle Acceleration

Very low temperatures support research at Brookhaven National Laboratory's National Synchrotron Light Source II

Novel miniaturized circulator opens way to doubling wireless capacity

Researchers develop a microelectronic substitute for larger-scale magnetic components and open a pathway to more efficient communications and more capable radar systems