Engineers from the University of Würzburg are developing technology that could help improve the speed of data transfers without increasing the size of devices.
Scientists from the University of Gothenburg have discovered a new way to use overtones to create a faster method of data communication.
Scientists have discovered a surprising phenomenon that could result in smaller, lower-power memory and computing devices.
A new way of creating lenses promises a bright future for immersion microscopy.
Study Identifies New Method for Characterizing Electrical Potential in Solid State Lithium Ion Batteries
A new study is changing the way we see solid state lithium ion batteries, and helping to make this energy source a reality.
By altering the direction of light, scientists may have found the path to infinitely faster computing.
Scientists have found a way to bypass semiconductors and create a powerful new tool for microelectronics.
A new nanocomposite material, invented by a group of researchers at the Queen Mary University of London, acts as an invisible cloak from electromagnetic waves.
A team of electrical engineers have developed a device disguised as tissue that uses electrical profiling to detect cancer at the cellular level. “Discovering the cancer earlier, before it metastasizes, is ess... Read More...
Although graphene has been touted for its unique properties that make it an exciting potential material for electronic devices, engineers have struggled to manipulate it. Graphene—a sheet of carbon just one ato... Read More...