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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.

Saving Lives With Stickers

Researchers from Purdue University have designed a sticker that could help save lives.

Bendable Micro-Batteries for Wearable Technologies

Scientists have designed a new type of pliable, long-lasting micro-battery for wearable devices.

Spray On Antennas Open the Door to Smarter Technology

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.

“Near-Zero-Power” Temperature Sensor Could Extend Battery Life in Wearables

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego have created a "near-zero-power" temperature sensor....
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New Thermocell Uses Body Heat to Power Wearable Tech

A group of scientists from the Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China have developed a new flexible thermocell utilizing gel electrolytes to harvest energy from its surrounding environment.

Conductive Hair Wins Best Tech Demo Award

Wearable technology has gotten plenty of attention this year, but the focus tends to...

Engineers Develop Durable Fabric Circuit Boards

Hong Kong Polytechnic University engineers have developed durable fabric circuit boards that can withstand...

Engineers Developing Printable Cameras with Graphene

Cambridge University engineers are working to develop 2D crystal-based flexible photodetectors that can be...

Researchers Develop Flexible Supercapacitor with Highest Reported Storage Capacity by Volume

A new flexible supercapacitor with a volumetric energy density of 6.3 microwatt hours per cubic millimeter is said to have the highest reported storage capacity by volume reported for carbon-based microscale supercapacitors. The device was created by a team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Tsinghua University and Case Western Reserve University.

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