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A flexible mobile phone or a wearable biomedical device could be the outcome of a polymer film that uses pigment to conduct electricity at higher levels than other conducting... More
Dec 10, 2018 By Rob Coppinger
All you drivers out there like to think you have a touch of Lewis Hamilton or Sabine Schmitz driving skills but the sad fact is you really don't. Those drivers have reaction times... More
Dec 10, 2018 By Paul Whytock
The use of mobile fuel cells to bring power to off-grid areas and applications is expanding. This is on the back of a rise in demand for unconventional energy sources and space... More
Dec 6, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
As motor vehicle use increases (10 million more cars were on UK roads in 2015 than 1995) so does the risk of a serious road incident and the inevitable tailback. Slow moving... More
Dec 4, 2018 By Christian Crawley
A printed bonding layer up to 120 microns thick on the back of microchips could enable a heat sink that keeps processors 10 degrees Celsius cooler than comparable systems... More
Dec 3, 2018 By Rob Coppinger
In a time where there are increasing concerns all across Europe about filling the growing number of STEM-related jobs and how to go about addressing the widening skills gap, there... More
Nov 29, 2018 By Mark Patrick
Part Two of this oil and gas technology industry overview focuses on digital technology and data management in E&P (exploration & production). There are at least 10... More
Nov 27, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
In a year’s time electronic integrated circuit designers will be able to download a programme to help them design and which will send back data to its developers to improve... More
Nov 23, 2018 By Rob Coppinger
This in depth two part overview sets out to examine the use of increasingly sophisticated electronic technologies in the global oil and gas industry. Part One here, focuses on the... More
Nov 20, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
Faster flexible electronics and more efficient solar cells are the promise of gallium arsenide as researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) begin to work on... More
Nov 16, 2018 By Rob Coppinger
Developments in light emitting diode (LED) lighting, buoyed by the phase out of halogen lamp products in the EU from September 1, are continuing apace. Although replacing halogen... More
Nov 13, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
Computers that produce far less heat yet compute at higher frequencies than today’s machines are possible with spin waves, signals that propagate due to magnetic fields, not... More
Nov 9, 2018 By Rob Coppinger

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