From Centralized to Autonomous Energy Grids
Smart microgrids control both generators and consumers of power to maximize efficiency.
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Push-Button Manufacturing Comes to Printed Circuit Boards
Tempo Automation will make and deliver a PCB from your schematic.
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Holographic Video Displays Are Coming
New research hopes to put holograms in our hands and pockets.
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Lower Noise Raises the Bar for Solid State Relays
The Sensata–Crydom LN Series illustrates how SSRs generate less EMI noise.
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Using Fruit Peel Waste to Recycle Lithium Batteries
Researchers have successfully used fruit peels as a green reductant for spent batteries.
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Neurostimulation - An Effective Treatment for Depression?
Advances in technology and brain research add promise to burgeoning therapy.
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AMD Acquires Xilinx for $35B
Consolidation aimed to meet the rising demand for data center services.
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5G Coverage in the U.S. and Canada: Which Carriers Are Winning the Race?
Examining the 5G readiness of AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Bell, Rogers, and TELUS.
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Finally, a Room-Temperature Superconductor. However, Enormous Pressure Required.
A compound of hydrogen, carbon, and sulfur can conduct electricity without any resistance.
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New Bolometer Uses Graphene for Better Microwave Sensing
U.S. Army-funded research demonstrates 100,000x more radiation sensitivity.
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Can the Apple Watch Series 6 Keep the Doctor Away?
Apple’s new smartwatch exhibits health features including pulse oximetry.
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How Tough is Your Power Supply?
Examining the MEAN WELL HEP-1000 Series for harsh environments.
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S1.E3 Designing the Future: 5G: The Future, But Faster
Siemens’ Fram Akiki shares an insider’s view of where this critical sector is headed
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20,000 Terabytes Under The Sea
An in-depth look at Microsoft’s experimental underwater datacenters.
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Tesla Battery Day Presents Challenges for Engineers
Making EVs more affordable starts with lowering the cost of batteries.
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Microfluidic Cooling Channels Could Empower Power Electronics
Liquid cooling channels are etched directly onto chips for less energy-intensive cooling.
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Siemens Gamesa Kicks Off Wind-to-Hydrogen Project in Denmark
The company’s wind turbines will power hydrogen production for green energy.
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Fuel Cell EV Becomes a Mobile Emergency Power Station
This fuel cell EV uses hydrogen to bring emergency power to disaster zones.
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Are Wind Turbines Bad for Your Health?
Let's see what science says about “wind turbine syndrome.”
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Automated Solutions for Wind Turbine Maintenance
The cost of wind power is reduced with robotic cleaning, inspection, and repair.
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