About Nadia Krieger
Nadia Krieger
Writer and storyteller with a background in physics and mathematics. Staunch believer in the notion that every scientific idea can be delivered to any audience. Committed ambassador of the places where science and society meet. Vast experience in the writing and editing of science-related stories in a way that is engaging to all.

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Chip-Based Spectrometer to Reduce Chemical Sensor Cost
MIT reinvents the spectrometer as a chip-based sensor, opening possibilities for mass production.
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Tiny Optical Gyroscope Smaller Than a Grain of Rice
This gyroscope uses the Sagnac Effect, general relativity, and lasers to measure its orientation in ...
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Solid-state LiDAR Software Wins AV Category at CES 2019
The MEMS-based solid-state LiDAR company has already been picked up by BMW for its 2021 AV fleet.
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Bosch Integrates Motion Sensors to GPS for Low-Power Trackers
Bosch’s new position tracking smart sensor approximates the wearer’s position while the power-sappin...
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IBM and the Biggest Software Acquisition Ever: Here’s What Experts Have to Say
Analysts speculate that the $34 billion acquisition could propel IBM to the front of the hybrid clou...
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Open-Source Kitten Takes a Nybble out of Arduino Market
Like SpotMini but for the DIY enthusiast – this robo-kitty can be programmed at home with a Raspberr...
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XING Mobility Switches to Onshape Cloud-based CAD System for EV Design
XING Mobility, which designs powertrains for high-performance electric race cars, believes the cloud...
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NantEnergy’s Zinc-Air Battery Crosses the $100/kWh Barrier
New rechargeable batteries, developed by tech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong, have been deployed in...
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SOL Motors Reimagines the Electric Motorbike from the Ground Up
The “Pocket Rocket,” which took home two European design awards, can go 30-50mph and weighs only 120...
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Best of Both Worlds: How mmWave Can Bridge the Gap Between LiDAR and Radar
Vayyar Imaging combines properties of two imaging techniques to get point cloud representation at a ...
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Photonic ICs to Drastically Reduce Cost of Chemical Sensors
A new consortium is targeting the petrochemical and dairy industries with their three-year photonics...
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After One Year of Operation, Tesla’s Australian Mega Battery Is Doing Just Fine
The 100-MW/129-MWh battery, which was built in under 100 days on a bet, is projected to make back on...
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Chinese Researchers Smash Record for Organic Solar Cell Efficiency
Engineers may see organic photovoltaics hit the commercial market sooner rather than later.
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Canadian Company Has a Foot in the LiDAR Race
LeddarTech’s 3D solid-state LiDAR SoC is released for evaluation by automotive companies.
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A Liquid That Hardens with Impact Could Prevent Battery Fires
A researcher gets an idea for a safer lithium-ion battery by watching his children play with slime.
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Bend, Flex, and Twist: Flexible Electronics Are Coming
Researchers have printed high-mobility semiconductor nanowires onto flexible surfaces.
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5G Is Coming: Qualcomm Millimeter Chips Small Enough for Mobile Devices
Qualcomm calls its fully integrated 5G NR millimeter wave and sub-6 GHz RF module for smartphones th...
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Will Your Electric Car Save the World or Wreck It?
Extracting the materials for lithium batteries is often overlooked when counting up the environmenta...
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AMD Announces Its Latest Graphics Chip, the Ryzen Thread Ripper
$1,799 GPU for high-end graphics released in time for SIGGRAPH
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Ricoh Chip Aims to Extend Battery Life of Wearables and IoT Devices
Ricoh’s new LDO regulator draws a mere 0.3µA of current in standby mode.
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