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Quantum holograms as atomic scale memory keepsake (10/31/2014)

A theoretical model of quantum memory for light, adapting the concept of a hologram to a quantum system has been published in EPJD. The authors demonstrate that it is theoretically possible to retrieve, on demand, a given portion of the stored quantized light signal of a holographic image -- set in a given direction in a given position in time sequence. This is done by shaping the control field both in space and time. ...> Full Article


Producing solar power with impure silicon (10/31/2014)

Producing solar power with impure siliconResearchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have developed a new method of producing solar cells could reduce the amount of silicon per unit area by 90 per cent compared to the current standard. With the high prices of pure silicon, this will help cut the cost of solar power. ...> Full Article


A brighter design emerges for low-cost, 'greener' LED light bulbs (10/30/2014)

The phase-out of traditional incandescent bulbs in the U.S. and elsewhere, as well as a growing interest in energy efficiency, has given light-emitting diode lighting a sales boost. However, that trend could be short-lived as key materials known as rare earth elements become more expensive. Scientists have now designed new materials for making household light-emitting diode bulbs without using these ingredients. They report their development in the American Chemical Society's Journal of the American Chemical Society. ...> Full Article


Researchers develop world's thinnest electric generator (10/30/2014)

Researchers develop world's thinnest electric generatorResearchers from Columbia Engineering and the Georgia Institute of Technology report today that they have made the first experimental observation of piezoelectricity and the piezotronic effect in an atomically thin material, molybdenum disulfide, MoS2, resulting in a unique electric generator and mechanosensation devices that are optically transparent, extremely light, and very bendable and stretchable. ...> Full Article


New electric vehicle technology packs more punch in smaller package (10/29/2014)

New electric vehicle technology packs more punch in smaller packageUsing 3-D printing and novel semiconductors, researchers have created a power inverter that could make electric vehicles lighter, more powerful and more efficient. ...> Full Article


Future computers could be built from magnetic 'tornadoes' (10/28/2014)

Computers of the future could be built from 'magnetic tornadoes,' according to new research into nanotechnology at the University of Sheffield. ...> Full Article


Beyond LEDs: Brighter, new energy-saving flat panel lights based on carbon nanotubes (10/27/2014)

Beyond LEDs: Brighter, new energy-saving flat panel lights based on carbon nanotubesScientists from Tohoku University in Japan have developed a new type of energy-efficient flat light source based on carbon nanotubes with very low power consumption of around 0.1 Watt for every hour's operation -- about a hundred times lower than that of an LED. ...> Full Article


Magnetic superconductor: Strange bedfellows (10/26/2014)

Chemists at Ludwig-Maximilias-Universitaet in Munich have synthesized a ferromagnetic superconducting compound that is amenable to chemical modification, opening the route to detailed studies of this rare combination of physical properties. ...> Full Article


A novel platform for future spintronic technologies (10/25/2014)

Spintronics is a new field of electronics, using electron spin rather than charge. EPFL scientists, working with the Université Paris-Sud and Paul Scherrer Institut have shown that a conventional electrical insulator can be used as an optimal spintronic device. ...> Full Article


Australian teams set new records for silicon quantum computing (10/25/2014)

Two research teams working in the same laboratories at UNSW Australia have found distinct solutions to a critical challenge that has held back the realisation of super powerful quantum computers. ...> Full Article


Team invents sensor that uses radio waves to detect subtle changes in pressure (10/24/2014)

Team invents sensor that uses radio waves to detect subtle changes in pressureThe sensor is made of a special rubber layer between two strips of copper. The copper acts like radio antennas. The rubber is an insulator. Pressure squeezes the antennas infinitesimally closer, altering the electrical characteristics of the device. Radio waves beamed through the device change frequency as pressure changes, providing a way to gauge pressure wirelessly. The underlying technology could lead to prosthetic devices with an electronic sense of touch. ...> Full Article


Revving up fluorescence for superfast LEDs (10/24/2014)

Revving up fluorescence for superfast LEDsDuke Engineering researchers have made fluorescent molecules emit photons 1,000 times faster than normal -- a record in the field and an important step toward superfast light emitting diodes and quantum cryptography. ...> Full Article


Miniature camera may lead to fewer accidents (10/23/2014)

Miniature camera may lead to fewer accidentsMeasuring only a few cubic millimeters, a new type of camera module might soon be integrated into future driver assistance systems to help car drivers facing critical situations. The little gadget can be built into the vehicle without taking up space. The way it works is particularly reliable, thanks to its special encapsulation. ...> Full Article


Smartphone understands hand gestures (10/22/2014)

Professor Otmar Hilliges and his staff at ETH Zurich have developed a new app enabling users to operate their smartphone with gestures. This development expands the range of potential interactions with such devices. ...> Full Article


More efficient transformer materials (10/22/2014)

More efficient transformer materialsAlmost every electronic device contains a transformer. An important material used intheir construction is electrical steel. Researchers have found a way to improve theperformance of electrical steel and manufacture it more efficiently, using an optimized laser process. ...> Full Article

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Quantum holograms as atomic scale memory keepsake

Producing solar power with impure siliconProducing solar power with impure silicon

A brighter design emerges for low-cost, 'greener' LED light bulbs

Researchers develop world's thinnest electric generatorResearchers develop world's thinnest electric generator

New electric vehicle technology packs more punch in smaller packageNew electric vehicle technology packs more punch in smaller package

Future computers could be built from magnetic 'tornadoes'

Beyond LEDs: Brighter, new energy-saving flat panel lights based on carbon nanotubesBeyond LEDs: Brighter, new energy-saving flat panel lights based on carbon nanotubes

Magnetic superconductor: Strange bedfellows

A novel platform for future spintronic technologies

Australian teams set new records for silicon quantum computing

Team invents sensor that uses radio waves to detect subtle changes in pressureTeam invents sensor that uses radio waves to detect subtle changes in pressure

Revving up fluorescence for superfast LEDsRevving up fluorescence for superfast LEDs

Miniature camera may lead to fewer accidentsMiniature camera may lead to fewer accidents

Smartphone understands hand gestures

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