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For electronics beyond silicon, a new contender emerges (10/2/2014)

For electronics beyond silicon, a new contender emergesUsing a quantum material called a correlated oxide, Harvard researchers have achieved a reversible change in electrical resistance of eight orders of magnitude, a result the researchers are calling 'colossal.' In short, they have engineered this material to perform comparably with the best silicon switches. ...> Full Article


Want to print your own cell phone microscope for pennies? Here's how (10/1/2014)

Want to print your own cell phone microscope for pennies? Here's how3-D printing process turns a cell phone into a high powered microscope for pennies. ...> Full Article


Project to turn world on to DC power (9/30/2014)

The University of Pittsburgh's Bopaya Bidanda, John Camillus, and Gregory Reed think that it might be time to redirect our attention to direct current. Equipped with a recent $800,000 grant from the Henry L. Hillman Foundation for 'Leveraging DC Power and the Business of HumanityŽ to Transform the Pittsburgh Region,' the three professors are approaching the promise of DC power from two distinct perspectives. ...> Full Article


New family of materials for energy-efficient information storage and processing (9/29/2014)

New family of materials for energy-efficient information storage and processingHexagonal rare earth ferrites have been demonstrated to exhibit both spontaneous electric and magnetic dipole moments (as a rare case), which may enable couplings of the static electric and magnetic fields in these materials, suggesting application in energy-efficient information storage and processing. ...> Full Article


New species of electrons can lead to better computing (9/28/2014)

Electrons that break the rules and move perpendicular to the applied electric field could be the key to delivering next generation, low-energy computers, a collaboration of scientists from the University of Manchester and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have found. ...> Full Article


Researchers build first 500 GHz photon switch (9/27/2014)

The work took nearly four years to complete and it opens a fundamentally new direction in photonics -- with far-reaching potential consequences for the control of photons in optical fiber channels. ...> Full Article


Cloud-computing revolution applies to evolution (9/26/2014)

A $1.1 million National Science Foundation grant to two Rice University computer science groups will allow them to build cloud-computing tools to help analyze evolutionary patterns. ...> Full Article


Wireless experts tap unused TV spectrum (9/25/2014)

Wireless experts tap unused TV spectrumRice University researchers have found a way to make the most of the unused UHF TV spectrum by serving up fat streams of data over wireless hotspots that could stretch for miles. Rice's team will present its multiuser, multiantenna transmission technology today at the MobiCom 2014 conference in Maui, Hawaii. ...> Full Article


Phosphorus a promising semiconductor (9/24/2014)

The two-dimensional form of phosphorus may be a useful, flaw-resistant semiconductor for electronics. Theory shows the material's electronic properties are not affected by point defects or grain boundaries. ...> Full Article


X-ray imaging paves way for novel solar cell production (9/23/2014)

X-ray imaging paves way for novel solar cell productionThe sharp X-ray vision of DESY's research light source PETRA III paves the way for a new technique to produce cheap, flexible and versatile double solar cells. The method developed by scientists from the Technical University of Denmark in Roskilde can reliably produce efficient tandem plastic solar cells of many metres in length, as a team around senior researcher Jens W. Andreasen reports in the journal Advanced Energy Materials. ...> Full Article


Smart headlights spare the eyes of oncoming drivers (9/22/2014)

Smart headlights spare the eyes of oncoming driversA smart headlight developed at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute enables drivers to take full advantage of their high beams without fear of blinding oncoming drivers or suffering from the glare that can occur when driving in snow or rain at night. ...> Full Article


A single molecule diode opens up a new era for sustainable and miniature electronics (9/22/2014)

In the domain of electronics, the continuous quest for miniaturisation is pushing us towards the creation of devices which are continuously becoming smaller and more efficient. This study, published in Nature Communication, reveals exceptional electronic properties for a newly synthesized molecule, given it conducts electrical power into one direction but not into the opposite sense. It behaves in other words as a diode, but at the scale of a molecule! ...> Full Article


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

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For electronics beyond silicon, a new contender emergesFor electronics beyond silicon, a new contender emerges

Want to print your own cell phone microscope for pennies? Here's howWant to print your own cell phone microscope for pennies? Here's how

Project to turn world on to DC power

New family of materials for energy-efficient information storage and processingNew family of materials for energy-efficient information storage and processing

New species of electrons can lead to better computing

Researchers build first 500 GHz photon switch

Cloud-computing revolution applies to evolution

Wireless experts tap unused TV spectrumWireless experts tap unused TV spectrum

Phosphorus a promising semiconductor

X-ray imaging paves way for novel solar cell productionX-ray imaging paves way for novel solar cell production

Smart headlights spare the eyes of oncoming driversSmart headlights spare the eyes of oncoming drivers

A single molecule diode opens up a new era for sustainable and miniature electronics

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



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