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Dynamic encryption keeps secrets (10/21/2014)

Professor Lars Ramkilde Knudsen from DTU Compute, Technical University of Denmark, has invented a new way to encrypt telephone conversations that makes it very difficult to 'eavesdrop'. His invention can help to curb industrial espionage. ...> Full Article


Printing in the hobby room: Paper-thin and touch-sensitive displays on various materials (10/20/2014)

Printing in the hobby room: Paper-thin and touch-sensitive displays on various materialsUntil now, if you want to print a greeting card for a loved one, you can use colorful graphics, fancy typefaces or special paper to enhance it. But what if you could integrate paper-thin displays into the cards, which could be printed at home and which would be able to depict self-created symbols or even react to touch? Those only some of the options computer scientists in Saarbrücken can offer. ...> Full Article


Quantum probe enhances electric field measurements (10/20/2014)

National Institute of Standards and Technology researchers together with the University of Michigan have demonstrated a technique based on the quantum properties of atoms that directly links measurements of electric field strength to the International System of Units. The new method could improve the sensitivity, precision and ease of tests and calibrations of antennas, sensors, and biomedical and nano-electronic systems and facilitate the design of novel devices. ...> Full Article


A new approach to on-chip quantum computing (10/19/2014)

A new approach to on-chip quantum computingAn international team of researchers led by professor Roberto Morandotti of INRS-EMT in Canada, is introducing a new method to achieve a different type of photon pair source that fits into the tiny space of a computer chip. ...> Full Article


Scientists design an imaging system capable of obtaining 12 times more information than the human eye (10/18/2014)

Scientists design an imaging system capable of obtaining 12 times more information than the human eyeResearchers at the University of Granada, in collaboration with the Polytechnic University of Milan have designed a multi-spectral imaging system capable of obtaining information from a total of 36 color channels, as opposed to the usual three color image sensors. This scientific development could be used in the not too distant future to create new assisted vehicle driving systems, to identify counterfeit bills and documents, or to obtain more accurate medical images than those provided by current systems. ...> Full Article


Breakthrough technique offers prospect of silicon detectors for telecommunications (10/18/2014)

Breakthrough technique offers prospect of silicon detectors for telecommunicationsA team of researchers, led by the Optoelectronics Research Centre at the University of Southampton, has demonstrated a breakthrough technique that offers the first possibility of silicon detectors for telecommunications. ...> Full Article


Ultrafast remote switching of light emission (10/17/2014)

Researchers from Eindhoven University of Technology can now for the first time remotely control a miniature light source at timescales of 200 trillionth of a second. They published the results on Sept. 2014 in the online journal Nature Nanotechnology. Physicists from the Photonics and Semiconductor Nanophysics group at Eindhoven, under the leadership of prof. Andrea Fiore, have developed a way of remotely controlling the nanoscale light sources at an extremely short timescale. These light sources are needed to be able to transmit quantum information. ...> Full Article


How to make a 'perfect' solar absorber (10/16/2014)

Researchers have developed a solar cell that can tap the Sun's full radiation spectrum. ...> Full Article


Global study examining wave energy transfer on rocky coastlines (10/16/2014)

Global study examining wave energy transfer on rocky coastlinesPlymouth University is leading a £340,000 international study analyzing the ability of rocky foreshores to absorb the impact of waves on the world's coastlines. ...> Full Article


Live long and phosphor: Blue LED breakthrough for efficient electronics (10/15/2014)

In a step that could lead to longer battery life in smartphones and lower power consumption for large-screen televisions, researchers at the University of Michigan have extended the lifetime of blue organic light emitting diodes by a factor of 10. ...> Full Article


New discovery could pave the way for spin-based computing (10/15/2014)

Electricity and magnetism rule our digital world. Semiconductors process electrical information, while magnetic materials enable long-term data storage. A University of Pittsburgh research team has discovered a way to fuse these two distinct properties in a single material, paving the way for new ultrahigh density storage and computing architectures. ...> Full Article


'Greener,' low-cost transistor heralds advance in flexible electronics (10/14/2014)

As tech company LG demonstrated this summer with the unveiling of its 18-inch flexible screen, the next generation of roll-up displays is tantalizingly close. Researchers are now reporting in the journal ACS Nano a new, inexpensive and simple way to make transparent, flexible transistors -- the building blocks of electronics -- that could help bring roll-up smartphones with see-through displays and other bendable gadgets to consumers in just a few years. ...> Full Article


Protecting our processors (10/13/2014)

Protecting our processorsThe National Science Foundation and Semiconductor Research Corporation today announced nine research awards to 10 universities totaling nearly $4 million under a joint program focused on Secure, Trustworthy, Assured and Resilient Semiconductors and Systems. ...> Full Article


Safely on the road in electric cars (10/12/2014)

Safely on the road in electric carsEfficient, subcompact vehicles with electric drives provide an excellent opportunity to push forward electromobility. However, traffic experts warn that the current safety standards of the L7E vehicle class are not sufficient for wide-scale deployment in traffic. Researchers of the Visio.M consortium's 'Safety' subproject have accepted this challenge and are now demonstrating how even light and efficient electric vehicles can achieve an acceptable level of safety. ...> Full Article


Engineers unlock potential for faster computing (10/12/2014)

Engineers unlock potential for faster computingUniversity of Utah engineers discovered a way to create a special material -- a metal layer on top of a silicon semiconductor -- that could lead to cost-effective, superfast computers that perform lightning-fast calculations but don't overheat. This new 'topological insulator' behaves like an insulator on the inside but conducts electricity on the outside and may pave the way for quantum computers and fast spintronic devices. ...> Full Article

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Dynamic encryption keeps secrets

Printing in the hobby room: Paper-thin and touch-sensitive displays on various materialsPrinting in the hobby room: Paper-thin and touch-sensitive displays on various materials

Quantum probe enhances electric field measurements

A new approach to on-chip quantum computingA new approach to on-chip quantum computing

Scientists design an imaging system capable of obtaining 12 times more information than the human eyeScientists design an imaging system capable of obtaining 12 times more information than the human eye

Breakthrough technique offers prospect of silicon detectors for telecommunicationsBreakthrough technique offers prospect of silicon detectors for telecommunications

Ultrafast remote switching of light emission

How to make a 'perfect' solar absorber

Global study examining wave energy transfer on rocky coastlinesGlobal study examining wave energy transfer on rocky coastlines

Live long and phosphor: Blue LED breakthrough for efficient electronics

New discovery could pave the way for spin-based computing

'Greener,' low-cost transistor heralds advance in flexible electronics

Protecting our processorsProtecting our processors

Safely on the road in electric carsSafely on the road in electric cars

Engineers unlock potential for faster computingEngineers unlock potential for faster computing



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