Lead Detection is Now 1M Times More Sensitive

February 20, 2024 0

Researchers at the University of California San Diego have created a graphene based, ultra-sensitive sensor that can detect extremely low concentrations of lead ions in water. The device is capable of a record limit of Read More

New Ultra Shock Absorbing Super Padding

February 12, 2024 0

Engineers at the University of Colorado of Boulder and Sandia National Laboratories have developed a new design for padding that can better withstand strong impacts than conventional materials. The new padding could be used wherever Read More

Graphene Makes The Grade For Use In Semiconductors

February 8, 2024 0

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology developed a functional semiconductor made from graphene. Their new semiconductor is compatible with conventional microelectronics processing methods, which was a requirement for any viable alternative to the use Read More

Battery Free Sensors

February 7, 2024 0

Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a new type of mechanical sensor that could eliminate the need for batteries to power sensors that require a constant supply of power. Their new sensor is powered by Read More

Honeybees Take The Lead In Robotics

December 7, 2023 0

A team from the University of Barcelona has trained a group of mini robots to reach a consensus on tasks by copying processes displayed by honeybees. The study could lead to the development of “simple Read More

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