Robin Mitchell

Robin Mitchell is an electronic engineer who has been involved in electronics since the age of 13. After completing a BEng at the University of Warwick, Robin moved into the field of online content creation, developing articles, news pieces, and projects aimed at professionals and makers alike. Currently, Robin runs a small electronics business, MitchElectronics, which produces educational kits and resources.

2D Device Keeps Quantum Computers Cool Efficiently

The LANES lab's 2D device of graphene and indium selenide. Credit: Alain Herzog/EPFL In the field of quantum computing, a groundbreaking 2D device made of graphene and indium sel

Insights | 23-07-2024

Human Brain Cells Power New Robot Developed by Chinese Scientists

The robots are equipped with an artificial brain and a neural chip. Photo: Tianjin University Chinese researchers have achieved a groundbreaking milestone in artificial intellige

Insights | 19-07-2024

Gamgee Uses Your Home's Wi-Fi as a Burglar Detector

Gamgee, a company specialsing in innovative home security solutions, has introduced a unique concept of utilising Wi-Fi signals to detect intruders within households. By analysing

Insights | 18-07-2024

OCI Chiplet by Intel: High-Speed, Low-Power AI Infrastructure

Intel has introduced a groundbreaking optical technology, the OCI chiplet, at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference 2024. This innovative chiplet supports bidirectional data

Insights | 17-07-2024

3D Stretchable Electronics: A Game-Changer for Wearables

The strip's 3D structure enhances its flexibility, making it stretchable. Nottingham Trent University is exploring the realm of washable, stretchable electronics for medical weara

Insights | 12-07-2024

Digital Twins Technology: Advancing Preventive Healthcare

Digital twins are emerging as a groundbreaking technology in the healthcare sector, offering personalised care and predictive capabilities based on patient data. This innovation h

Insights | 09-07-2024

2nm Chip Technology: Intel, Samsung, and TSMC's New Race

Intel, Samsung, and TSMC are at the forefront of a race to implement backside power delivery technology in their 2-nanometer nodes, aiming to enhance their competitiveness in the

Insights | 08-07-2024

Huawei AI Chip Rivals Nvidia A100 in Performance Claims

Artificial intelligence has seen massive growth over the past few years, and those involved with its development and deployment are continually looking for new opportunities to in

Insights | 03-07-2024

Flow Computing's PPU Claims to Boost CPU Power by 100x

CPUs have long been the dominant computational device in electronics thanks to their ability to handle any computational task, but due to the specific nature of some key applicati

Insights | 02-07-2024