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Why Microwaves Could Be as Bad for the Environment as Cars
Research shows EU microwaves emit as much CO2 as 6.8 million cars.
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Nanostructured Gate Boosts Thin-Film Transistor Stability
New gate dielectric may have addressed biggest obstacle for organic semiconductors.
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Rewritable Wires Could Put an End to Obsolete Circuitry
DOE controls Electrical conductivity in 2-D ferroelectric domain walls by applying voltage.
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Quantum Dots Power Up Solar Windows
Double-pane solar windows using quantum dots could bring down the cost of solar electricity.
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Want to Build a Silicon Quantum Computer Chip? Here’s How
Engineers demonstrate how to manufacture a quantum computer with standard silicon technology.
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Clearing the Way for Transparent Electronics
MoS2 monolayers combined with transparent contacts yield transistors, inverters, rectifiers and sens...
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Building Transistors from Graphene Nanoribbons
Nine-atom ribbons represent important milestone for semiconductors and nanoelectronics.
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New Technique for Diamond MOSFETs
Proof of concept uses deep-depletion regime in bulk-boron-doped diamond MOSFETs.
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This Muon Detector Costs $100 and Fits in Your Pocket
Pocket-sized device detects charged particles in the surrounding air.
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Glassblowing Optical Fibers Yields Highly Sensitive Resonators
Electrical engineers develop chip-scale microspherical shell sensor arrays.
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Can Carbon Nanotubes Replace Copper in Wireless Antennas?
Researchers show CNT antennas perform just as well as copper ones but weigh 95% less.
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Even Simple Electronics are Subject to Chaotic Oscillations
Research shows a few transistors, resistors, capacitors and induction coils are enough to generate u...
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Flexible Transistors Ready for Mass Production
"In industry, they need to finish these in three months. We finished it in a week," says UW-Madison ...
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INFOGRAPHIC – The Future of Solar Power
Examining photovoltaic systems, batteries and future prospects for growth in the solar industry.
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Carbon Nanofiber Electrodes Could Make Electronics Safer
Engineers develop solid-state, free-standing supercapacitor made from carbon nanofiber.
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The First 2D Field-Effect Transistor Made from a Single Material
2D electronic circuit FETs bring us closer to the theoretical quantum limit of conductance.
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Size Matters in Antenna Design
New approach enables construction of antennas up to 1,000 times smaller than current designs.
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New Radiation-Hardened SBC Designed for Next-Gen Spacecraft
BAE Systems announces new generation of space computers.
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Biofuel Cells Extract Energy from Sweat to Power Wearables
Flexible wearable devices are equipped with an enzyme that oxidizes lactic acid.
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Single Molecules Act as Reproducible Transistors at Room Temperature
Engineering researchers achieve current blockade effect using atomically precise molecules.
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