2017-06-22 - Stanford University

Wireless charging tech may soon power moving EVs

Stanford scientists have managed to transmit electricity wirelessly to a moving LED lightbulb, a technology that could one day be…

2017-06-14 - ICFO

Sensor captures electron waves on graphene

Scientists at Spain's Institute of Photonic Sciences have developed a near field nanoscope that is able to capture how electrons…

2017-06-09 - University of Utah

‘Miracle material’ to breathe new life into spintronics

A recently discovered class of 'miracle materials,' known as organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites, possesses contradictory properties that are necessary to make…

2017-05-18 - Rochester Institute of Technology

AI converts sign language into readable text

A team from Rochester Institute of Technology has developed a system that translates American Sign Language into words that can…

2017-05-17 -

Biosensor monitors, maintains body drug levels

Stanford engineers have developed a drug delivery tool that monitors and maintains drug levels in the body, making it easier…

2017-05-12 - Rick Merritt

DSL pioneer shoots for terabit future

Terabit DSL may be used to mitigate the need for running fibre to the home as well as to carry…

- Rick Merritt

Paving the way for a terabit future

Terabit DSL is a breakthrough in the pursuit of ultra high speed over copper, researchers say.

2017-05-09 - EE Times India

Shrinking ultrasound device parts to single chip

A start-up is shrinking the components of a ultrasound machine to build a low-cost, portable device to take medical imaging…

2017-05-03 - Julien Happich

How to build electronics off re-usable wafers

Researchers have developed a new method for semiconductor epitaxial growth by leveraging graphene's so-called "wetting transparency."

- Julien Happich

‘Wetting transparency’ grows defect-free electronics

Using monolayer graphene as a non-stick interfacing sheet between the substrate wafer and the epitaxially grown material paves way for…