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Meet Keiron Printing Technologies: the startup building the next generation microfabrication machine
A young team with a new technology are currently creating a revolution in the world of printed electronics. In their modern, brand-new lab at the High Tech Plaza, they will be developing a device that can deposit any material on any substrate at a very rapid pace.
A nature-inspired spiderweb sensor designed by machine learning from a team of researchers from TU Delft paves the way to ultrasensitive detection forces and quantum technologies operating at room temperature.
Axelera's breakthrough chips for AI on the edge have the potential to disrupt retail, medical, surveillance and automotive markets
Axelera has recently joined the AI Innovation Center at High Tech Campus Eindhoven. The company is designing chips for AI on the edge with the aim to revolutionise the field and make AI accessible to everyone. They picked up an impressive 10 million euros in their seed investment round.
Georgia Tech expert predicts that America will need to make major changes to the manufacturing and supply chain
First microfluidic organ-on-a-chip preclinical model of the cystic fibrosis lung airway could help bring new and much needed drugs, and personalized medicine approaches to patients
This article provides a comparison between NB-IoT and LTE-M protocols and explores how NB-IoT facilitates energy-efficient and latency-tolerant IoT solutions for hard-to-reach locations.
ITMO University researchers in collaboration with scientists from the Australian National University and Korea University have demonstrated the generation of laser radiation in anapole states (modes) for the first time.
Christian Sproncken defended his PhD thesis on October 26th at the department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry.
Chip with secure encryption will help in fight against hackers
Smartphones often beam data to the cloud where machine learning systems make corrections and send back better-trained AI. But what if that data never has to leave home?
A collaboration between EPFL and UCSB has developed a long-anticipated breakthrough, and demonstrated CMOS technology – used for building microprocessors and memory chips – that allows wafer-scale manufacturing of chip-scale optical frequency combs.
A team of Russian scientists succeeded in enhancing the luminance of quantum dots on a silicon substrate. The methods used by the scientists can help create next generation microchips that will receive and transfer information from a computer to a fiber-optic network a lot faster.
Similar to how sculptors use chisels to create esthetic shapes on a piece of marble, designers of electronic chips can use powerful, narrow beams of light to create electronic circuitry at the microscale.
In this episode, we talk about the injectable microchip from Columbia University along with its applications in clinical settings, a global effort to develop two dimensional transistors, and a NASA Pathways Intern who created an AI powered system capable of detecting spacecraft failures.