The team at Georgia tech has created a Rotman lens-based rectifying antenna, or rectenna, system. This flexible rectenna system has the capacity to harvest millimeter-waves within the 28-GHz band.
Pic via Duke University Duke University researchers have created a new device that could help to reduce HVAC energy use. The invention is capable of dual-mode heating and cooling for climate control in buil... Read More...
Engineers from the Technical University Munich have created a new supercapacitor which is highly efficient and sustainable.
A new ink created by KAUST engineers promises to provide users with added conductivity and transparency tradeoff.
Wikimedia Commons Professor Byoungwoo Kang and his research team at POSTECH have discovered a new way to charge electric cars quickly and efficiently. Their new Li-ion battery electrode material is capable ... Read More...
With the help of a brand-new low-frequency miniature antenna, mobile robots will enjoy powerful networking even in complex environments.
Engineers from Penn State University have devised a better way to control light using a photonic integrated chip.
Engineers from the startup company Everactive have created a platform for the Internet of Things (IoT) that is totally battery-free.
Researchers Demonstrate Novel Approach to Fabricating MXene Films that Block Electromagnetic Interference
Researchers from multiple institutions have worked together to create a new way to scale MXene films that is both efficient and scalable.
Drexel Researchers Discover Two-Dimensional Material Capable of Blocking Electromagnetic Interference
Researchers from Drexel University have found a two-dimensional material that has the ability to block electromagnetic interference.