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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...
This article discusses the IEC 60601 Amendments Project, for Medical Electrical Safety, some of the changes to the General and Collateral Standards of the Project, and their impact on manufacturers. The future of the 60601 series of standards is also discussed.
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.