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New Generation of Transistors Based on Graphene
New Generation of Transistors Based on Graphene
A team of researchers has designed a new generation of transistor based on a ribbon of graphene with the thickness of a single atom.
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How Driverless Cars Will Reshape Our World
How Driverless Cars Will Reshape Our World
As early as next year, driverless cars will be in commercial service with ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft. While it will start with limited application in places like Singapore and San Francisco, it will quickly grow into a global reality by 2025.
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Realizing the Potential of 4D Printing
Realizing the Potential of 4D Printing
4D printing promises a library of smart materials that are conducive to efficient manufacturing with the ability to manufacture complex geometries.
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Advancements In Electric Car Batteries
Advancements In Electric Car Batteries
Depending on the model, electric cars are equipped with hundreds or thousands of separate battery cells. The cells cannot be densely packed together as preferred.
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Addressing the Counterfeit Goods Crisis
Addressing the Counterfeit Goods Crisis
A new report titled The Economic Impacts of Counterfeiting, estimates that by 2022, the global economic value of counterfeiting could reach US$2.8 trillion.
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The Future of AI Is Neuromorphic
The Future of AI Is Neuromorphic
Neuromorphic computing leverages the brain's strengths by using an architecture where chips act like neurons. The result, a quantum leap in performance.
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Nanowire Breakthrough Paves Way for Completely Flexible Devices
Nanowire Breakthrough Paves Way for Completely Flexible Devices
Physicists have combined silver nanowires with graphene to create new hybrid material, which matches the performance of the existing technologies at a fraction of the cost.
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Smart Textiles Detect Nerve Gas
Smart Textiles Detect Nerve Gas
Dr. Teresa Bandosz a chemical engineer at City College of New York recently developed smart textiles with the ability to rapidly detect and neutralize nerve gas.
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The First Printed Battery
The First Printed Battery
Nanoengineers at the University of California San Diego have developed the first printed battery that is flexible, stretchable and rechargeable.
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Advances In Smart Glass
Advances In Smart Glass
Engineers recently developed dynamic windows for planes, cars, homes and buildings, that can switch from transparent to opaque and back, in under a minute.
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