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Light detector to revolutionize night vision technology (9/21/2014)

Researchers have developed a light detector that could revolutionize chemical sensing and night vision technology. ...> Full Article


Ultra-thin, high-speed detector captures unprecedented range of light waves (9/20/2014)

Ultra-thin, high-speed detector captures unprecedented range of light wavesResearch at the University of Maryland could lead to light detectors that can see below the surface of bodies, walls, and other objects, with applications in emerging terahertz fields such as mobile communications, medical imaging, chemical sensing, night vision, and security. ...> Full Article


A low-energy optical circuit for a new era of technology (9/19/2014)

Optical circuits use light instead of electricity, making them faster and more energy-efficient than electrical systems. Scientists at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne have developed a first building-block for photonic 'transistors' that requires record-low energy to operate. The device is a big step forward in the development and implementation of optical circuits. ...> Full Article


The future of ultrascale computing under study (9/18/2014)

The future of ultrascale computing under studySome two hundred scientists from more than 40 countries are researching what the next generation of ultrascale computing systems will be like. The study is being carried out under the auspices of NESUS, one of the largest European research networks of this type coordinated by Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. ...> Full Article


Researchers develop ultra sensitive biosensor from molybdenite semiconductor (9/17/2014)

Researchers develop ultra sensitive biosensor from molybdenite semiconductorUC Santa Barbara researchers demonstrate atomically thin, ultrasensitive and scalable molybdenum disulfide field-effect transistor based biosensors and establish their potential for single-molecule detection ...> Full Article


On the way to a safe and secure Smart Home (9/16/2014)

On the way to a safe and secure Smart HomeA growing number of household operations can be managed via the Internet. Today's 'Smart Home' promises efficient building management. But often the systems are not secure and can only be retrofitted at great expense. Scientists are working on a software product that defends against hacker attacks before they reach the building. ...> Full Article


A fix to our cell-phone waste problem? (9/15/2014)

When it comes to cell phones, the world is stunningly wasteful. Customers will buy more than 1.8 billion new ones by the end of this year only to abandon almost half of them to drawers, and they'll recycle a mere 3 percent of them. But creative and enterprising efforts are underway to reverse the seemingly unstoppable tide, says an article in Chemical & Engineering News, the weekly news magazine of the American Chemical Society. ...> Full Article


Fingerprints for freight items (9/14/2014)

Fingerprints for freight itemsSecurity is a top priority in air freight logistics but screening procedures can be very time consuming and costly. Fraunhofer researchers intend to boost efficiency with a new approach to digital logistics, without sacrificing the security of air freight operations. ...> Full Article


Changing temperature powers sensors in hard-to-reach places (9/13/2014)

Changing temperature powers sensors in hard-to-reach placesUniversity of Washington researchers have taken inspiration from a centuries-old clock design and created a power harvester that uses natural fluctuations in temperature and pressure as its power source. ...> Full Article


Study demonstrates wearable sensors to detect firearm use (9/12/2014)

A new study from the University of Pennsylvania demonstrates that wearable sensors could one day transform the correctional system by tracking gun use by community-based offenders, who account for a disproportionate share of fatal and non-fatal shootings. ...> Full Article


Wind energy cuts the electricity bill (9/11/2014)

Wind energy cuts the electricity billThe promoting of renewable energy is at the heart of the current debate on energy policy. From an economic perspective, the question focuses on determining the cost of the feed-in tariff systems. The study by the UPV/EHU's Bilbao Energy Research Team tackles this question empirically, and concludes that wind energy continues to produce greater savings than what its incentives amount to, while photovoltaic solar technologies are still in the development phase. The study has been published in the journal Energy Policy. ...> Full Article


Copper shines as flexible conductor (9/10/2014)

Copper shines as flexible conductorBy turning instead to copper, both abundant and cheap, researchers at Monash University and the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication have developed a way of making flexible conductors cost-effective enough for commercial application. ...> Full Article


Water 'thermostat' could help engineer drought-resistant crops (9/9/2014)

Researchers have identified a gene that could help engineer drought-resistant crops. The gene, called OSCA1, encodes a protein in the cell membrane of plants that senses changes in water availability and adjusts the plant's water conservation machinery accordingly. The findings appear in the journal Nature and could make it easier to feed the world's growing population in the face of climate change. ...> Full Article


Scientists craft atomically seamless, thinnest-possible semiconductor junctions (9/8/2014)

Scientists craft atomically seamless, thinnest-possible semiconductor junctionsThe University of Washington researchers have demonstrated that two single-layer semiconductor materials can be connected in an atomically seamless fashion known as a heterojunction. This result could be the basis for next-generation flexible and transparent computing, better light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, and solar technologies. ...> Full Article


Biomimetic photodetector 'sees' in color (9/7/2014)

Biomimetic photodetector 'sees' in colorRice University researchers have created a CMOS-compatible, biomimetic color photodetector that directly responds to red, green and blue light in much the same way the human eye does. ...> Full Article

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Light detector to revolutionize night vision technology

Ultra-thin, high-speed detector captures unprecedented range of light wavesUltra-thin, high-speed detector captures unprecedented range of light waves

A low-energy optical circuit for a new era of technology

The future of ultrascale computing under studyThe future of ultrascale computing under study

Researchers develop ultra sensitive biosensor from molybdenite semiconductorResearchers develop ultra sensitive biosensor from molybdenite semiconductor

On the way to a safe and secure Smart HomeOn the way to a safe and secure Smart Home

A fix to our cell-phone waste problem?

Fingerprints for freight itemsFingerprints for freight items

Changing temperature powers sensors in hard-to-reach placesChanging temperature powers sensors in hard-to-reach places

Study demonstrates wearable sensors to detect firearm use

Wind energy cuts the electricity billWind energy cuts the electricity bill

Copper shines as flexible conductorCopper shines as flexible conductor

Water 'thermostat' could help engineer drought-resistant crops

Scientists craft atomically seamless, thinnest-possible semiconductor junctionsScientists craft atomically seamless, thinnest-possible semiconductor junctions

Biomimetic photodetector 'sees' in colorBiomimetic photodetector 'sees' in color



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