Researchers from the National University of Singapore have invented low-cost, high-tech sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Scientists from the University of Massachusetts Amherst have designed a new type of electronic materials that can create environmentally friendly biomedical and environmental sensors.
Scientists showed off a host of new sensors that can measure stress and smell at CEATEC in Tokyo.
Scientists from Drexel's College of Engineering have created a method for spraying invisibly thin antennas that can be easily integrated with the Internet of Things.
Researchers have uncovered a source of error in a common calibration method that could spell big trouble for microchip manufacturers.
Scientists from Duke University and Institut Langevin have created a new type of motion sensor based on metamaterials and radio waves.
Scientists from the University of Leeds have devised a new way to create materials for miniaturizing telecommunication devices -- and it involves blasting tiny craters in glass.
Scientists from Purdue University and the University of Virginia have created a new fabrication method for building high-tech stickers.
Scientists from MIT have constructed a novel transmitter capable of protecting wireless data from hackers.
Scientists from the University of Luxembourg are testing the limits and potential applications of a smart material.