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New way to move atomically thin semiconductors for use in flexible devices (11/26/2014)

Researchers have developed a new way to transfer thin semiconductor films, which are only one atom thick, onto arbitrary substrates, paving the way for flexible computing or photonic devices. ...> Full Article


Electric cars without drivers (11/25/2014)

Electric cars without driversE-Mobile will park independently in the future and will also be able to find the next charging station without a driver. Researchers are working on electric cars that can travel short distances autonomously. On the basis of cost-effective sensors, they are developing a dynamic model that perceives the environmental situation. ...> Full Article


Researchers test first 'smart spaces' using light to send data (11/24/2014)

Researchers test first 'smart spaces' using light to send dataOne of the problems in the high-tech field of visible light communication -- or using light to send data wirelessly -- is decidedly low tech: The data transmission stops whenever the light is blocked by people's movements, shadows or other obstacles. But Dartmouth researchers are experimenting with the first 'smart spaces' that feature an interplay of algorithms, ceiling-mounted LEDs and light sensors embedded in floors and in smart devices, enabling a continuous flow of data wirelessly. ...> Full Article


Latest supercomputers enable high-resolution climate models, truer simulation of extreme weather (11/23/2014)

Not long ago, it would have taken several years to run a high-resolution simulation on a global climate model. But using some of the most powerful supercomputers now available, Berkeley Lab scientist Michael Wehner was able to complete a run in just three months. What he found was that not only were the simulations much closer to actual observations, but the high-resolution models were far better at reproducing intense storms, such as hurricanes and cyclones. ...> Full Article


Electronic 'tongue' to ensure food quality (11/22/2014)

An electronic 'tongue' could one day sample food and drinks as a quality check before they hit store shelves. Or it could someday monitor water for pollutants or test blood for signs of disease. With an eye toward these applications, scientists are reporting the development of a new, inexpensive and highly sensitive version of such a device in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. ...> Full Article


VTT demonstrates new technique for generating electricity (11/21/2014)

Research scientists at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have demonstrated a new technique for generating electrical energy. The new method can be used in harvesting energy from mechanical vibrations of the environment and converting it into electricity. ...> Full Article


Researcher sees laptop-cooling technology as way to less-thirsty power plants (11/20/2014)

With a new grant from the NSF, Theodore Bergman is looking at how power plants might be cooled with 'closed thermosyphons' used to keep laptop computers from overheating. ...> Full Article


Lighter, cheaper radio wave device could transform telecommunications (11/19/2014)

Lighter, cheaper radio wave device could transform telecommunicationsResearchers at the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin have achieved a milestone in modern wireless and cellular telecommunications, creating a radically smaller, more efficient radio wave circulator that could be used in cellphones and other wireless devices. The new circulator has the potential to double the useful bandwidth in wireless communications and transform the telecommunications industry, making communications faster and less expensive in a wide array of products. ...> Full Article


Heat transfer sets the noise floor for ultrasensitive electronics (11/18/2014)

Heat transfer sets the noise floor for ultrasensitive electronicsA team of engineers and scientists has identified a source of electronic noise that could affect the functioning of instruments operating at very low temperatures, such as devices used in radio telescopes and advanced physics experiments. The findings could have implications for the future design of transistors and other electronic components. ...> Full Article


Wireless devices used by casual pilots vulnerable to hacking, computer scientists find (11/18/2014)

Wireless devices used by casual pilots vulnerable to hacking, computer scientists findA new class of apps and wireless devices used by private pilots during flights for everything from GPS information to data about nearby aircraft is vulnerable to a wide range of security attacks, which in some scenarios could lead to catastrophic outcomes, according to computer scientists at the University of California, San Diego and Johns Hopkins University. They presented their findings Nov. 5 at the 21st ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security in Scottsdale, Ariz. ...> Full Article


Jet-fueled electricity at room temperature (11/17/2014)

Jet-fueled electricity at room temperatureUniversity of Utah engineers developed the first room-temperature fuel cell that uses enzymes to help jet fuel produce electricity without needing to ignite the fuel. These new fuel cells can be used to power portable electronics, off-grid power and sensors. ...> Full Article


'Grimsel' breaks world record (11/16/2014)

'Grimsel' breaks world recordThe 'grimsel' electric racing car today broke the previous world record for acceleration in electric cars. The vehicle accelerated from 0 to 100 km/h in 1.79 seconds in under 30 metres. The new record was set by students from ETH Zurich and Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, who also designed and built the vehicle. ...> Full Article


Combining 'Tinkertoy' materials with solar cells for increased photovoltaic efficiency (11/15/2014)

Combining 'Tinkertoy' materials with solar cells for increased photovoltaic efficiencyResearchers at Sandia National Laboratories have received a $1.2 million award from the US Department of Energy's SunShot Initiative to develop a technique that they believe will significantly improve the efficiencies of photovoltaic materials and help make solar electricity cost-competitive with other sources of energy. ...> Full Article


Harnessing error-prone chips (11/14/2014)

A new system would allow programmers to easily trade computational accuracy for energy savings. ...> Full Article


Cybersecurity experts discover lapses in Heartbleed bug fix (11/13/2014)

A detailed analysis by cybersecurity experts from the University of Maryland found that website administrators nationwide tasked with patching security holes exploited by the Heartbleed bug may not have done enough. ...> Full Article

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New way to move atomically thin semiconductors for use in flexible devices

Electric cars without driversElectric cars without drivers

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Latest supercomputers enable high-resolution climate models, truer simulation of extreme weather

Electronic 'tongue' to ensure food quality

VTT demonstrates new technique for generating electricity

Researcher sees laptop-cooling technology as way to less-thirsty power plants

Lighter, cheaper radio wave device could transform telecommunicationsLighter, cheaper radio wave device could transform telecommunications

Heat transfer sets the noise floor for ultrasensitive electronicsHeat transfer sets the noise floor for ultrasensitive electronics

Wireless devices used by casual pilots vulnerable to hacking, computer scientists findWireless devices used by casual pilots vulnerable to hacking, computer scientists find

Jet-fueled electricity at room temperatureJet-fueled electricity at room temperature

'Grimsel' breaks world record'Grimsel' breaks world record

Combining 'Tinkertoy' materials with solar cells for increased photovoltaic efficiencyCombining 'Tinkertoy' materials with solar cells for increased photovoltaic efficiency

Harnessing error-prone chips

Cybersecurity experts discover lapses in Heartbleed bug fix



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