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MIT Engineers Configure RFID Tags to Work as Sensors

These days, many retailers and manufacturers are tracking their products using RFID, or radio-frequency identification tags. Often, these tags come in the form of...
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IBM Breaks Records to Top U.S. Patent List for 25th Consecutive...

IBM inventors received a record 9,043 patents in 2017, marking the company’s 25th consecutive year of U.S. patent leadership and crossing the 100,000-patent milestone....
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Manchester Scientists Develop Graphene Sensors That Could Revolutionise the Internet of...

Researchers at The University of Manchester have devised graphene sensors embedded into RFIDs, which have the potential to revolutionise the Internet of Things (IoT). By...
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Digitization in Motor Vehicle Manufacturing

Anyone who has ever ordered a new car knows that the list of options is long. The variety of options is constantly growing. Such...
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Biodegradable Microsensors for Food Monitoring

Nowadays microsensors are already used in many different applications, such as the detection of poisonous gases. They are also integrated into miniaturised transmitter/receiver systems,...
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Fighting Forgery with Paper Fingerprints

Scientists, including an academic from the University of York, have found an inexpensive and easy way to validate the authenticity of any paper document...
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Cool or Creepy? Human-Implanted Microchips Are Here

Beginning this month, employees at a Wisconsin technology company called Three Square Market will have the option of having a microchip implanted under the...
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Cotton Candy Capillaries Lead to Circuit Boards That Dissolve When Cooled

Building transient electronics is usually about doing something to make them stop working: blast them with light, soak them with acid, dunk them in...
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Every Drill Bit Counts

Currently, factories work on a principle of “one size fits all” when it comes to replacing or regrinding tools such as drill bits, milling...
digital memory

‘Spray-on’ Memory Could Enable Bendable Digital Storage

USB flash drives are already common accessories in offices and college campuses. But thanks to the rise in printable electronics, digital storage devices like...
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Efficient, Organic Photovoltaic Cells for Indoor and Outdoor Applications

Over its three years of intensive research, the ARTESUN consortium had a single objective: the development of high performance materials enabling cost-effective, non-vacuum production...
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Nanowire “Inks” Enable Paper-based Printable Electronics

By suspending tiny metal nanoparticles in liquids, Duke University scientists are brewing up conductive ink-jet printer “inks” to print inexpensive, customizable circuit patterns on...
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These Smart Threads Could save Lives

Engineers are joining forces with designers, scientists and doctors at Drexel University to produce new biomedical textiles, and the resulting smart clothes are not...