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Sustainable Sensors to Detect, Predict Muscle Fatigue

4 hours ago − The Electrochemical Society
It may be clammy and inconvenient, but human sweat has at least one positive characteristic - it can give insight to what's happening inside your body. A new study published in the ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology aims to take advantage of sweat's trove of medical information through the development of a sustainable, wearable sensor to detect lactate levels in your perspiration. …
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Nanotechnology, Nanotube

Smallest Hard Disk to Date Writes Information Atom by Atom


11 days ago − Delft University of Technology
• Integrated Trio of 2-D Nanomaterials Unlocks Graphene Electronics Applications − 23 days ago
• Building a Better Bowtie − 24 days ago
• Drum Beats from a One Atom Thick Graphite Membrane − 1 months ago
• World-first Pinpointing of Atoms at Work for Quantum Computers − 1 months ago
• Tiny Diamonds Could Enable Huge Advances in Nanotechnology − 1 months ago
• A Compact, Efficient Single Photon Source That Operates at Ambient Temperatures on a Chip − 2 months ago
 
Laser, Optics

Making Terahertz Lasers More Powerful


2 days ago − American Institute of Physics
• New Noninvasive Imaging Method for Showing Oxygen in Tissue − 4 hours ago
• World First Demo of Labyrinth Magnetic-domain-optical Q-switched Laser − 2 days ago
• Vortex Laser Offers Hope for Moore's Law − 4 hours ago
• Spiders Spin Unique Phononic Material − 3 days ago
• Electron Spin Control: Levitated Nanodiamond Is Research Gem − 9 days ago
• New Detector Overcomes Key Challenge in Using Light for Wireless Communications − 10 days ago
 
Quantum Physics

The Hot Attraction of Gold


2 days ago − Tohoku University
• Pixel-array Quantum Cascade Detector Paves the Way for Portable Thermal Imaging Devices − 2 days ago
• Improving Internet with Mid-wavelength Infrared − 2 days ago
• Making Terahertz Lasers More Powerful − 2 days ago
• Lonely Atoms, Happily Reunited − 3 days ago
• A New Type of Quantum Bits − 3 days ago
• Novel State of Matter: Observation of a Quantum Spin Liquid − 3 days ago
 
Nuclear Technology

A New Type of Quantum Bits


3 days ago − Ruhr-University Bochum
• Russian Physicists Discover a New Approach for Building Quantum Computers − 7 days ago
• No Need in Supercomputers − 1 months ago
• NERSC Readying for Cori Phase 2 Knights Landing-based System − 1 months ago
• Glass Now Has Smart Potential − 1 months ago
• Story Tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, May 2016 − 2 months ago
• Robots May Be Able to Lift, Drive, And Chat, but Are They Safe And Trustworthy? − 3 months ago
 
Computing

Selfie Righteous: New Tool Corrects Angles And Distances in Portraits


Yesterday − Princeton University, Engineering School
• A Research Project Coordinated by UC3M Helps Reduce the Cost of Parallel Computing − 4 hours ago
• Improving Internet with Mid-wavelength Infrared − 2 days ago
• New Movie Screen Allows for Glasses-free 3-D − 3 days ago
• Imaging Software Predicts How You Look with Different Hair Styles, Colors, Appearances − 7 days ago
• Computer Model Predicts How People Perceive Softness of 3-D Printed Objects − 7 days ago
 
Electronics, Electricity

Ultra-flat Circuits Will Have Unique Properties


3 days ago − Rice University
• More Power to You − 2 days ago
• Computer Scientists Find Way to Make All That Glitters More Realistic in Computer Graphics − 7 days ago
• Integration of Novel Materials with Silicon Chips Makes New 'Smart' Devices Possible − 7 days ago
• Making Magnets Flip Like Cats at Room Temperature − 7 days ago
• 3-D-printing Lab Instruments 1 Block at a Time − 8 days ago
 
Photovoltaics, Solar Cell

How Efficient Can Solar Cells Be? UNSW Nudges Closer to Physical Limits


2 months ago − University of New South Wales
• A Type of Nanostructure Increases the Efficiency of Electricity-producing Photovoltaic − 1 months ago
• Ultra-thin Solar Cells Can Easily Bend Around a Pencil − 1 months ago
• Molecular Architectures See the Light − 4 months ago
• Claims for Solar Cell Efficiency Put to Test at NREL − 5 months ago
• NREL And CSEM Jointly Set New Efficiency Record with Dual-junction Solar Cell − 6 months ago
 
Networking, Mobile Technology

Visual Cloud Computing Methods Could Help First Responders in Disaster Scenarios


1 months ago − University of Missouri-Columbia
• LED Bulbs Can Both Light a Room And Provide Communications Link − 1 months ago
• Guiding EU Researchers Along the 'Last Mile' to Open Digital Science − 8 days ago
• RedEye Could Let Your Phone See 24-7 − 1 months ago
• Dartmouth Team Uses Smart Light to Track Human Behavior − 1 months ago
• Reduce Cyberslacking And Increase Physical Activity with a Tap, a Click Or a Kick − 1 months ago
 
Robotics

A Research Project Coordinated by UC3M Helps Reduce the Cost of Parallel Computing


4 hours ago − Carlos III University of Madrid
• Artificial Muscle for Soft Robotics: Low Voltage, High Hopes − 7 days ago
• Can Robots Recognize Faces Even Under Backlighting? − 10 days ago
• Researchers Build a Crawling Robot from Sea Slug Parts And a 3-D Printed Body − 11 days ago
• Computational Design Tool Transforms Flat Materials into 3-D Shapes − 11 days ago
• 'Squishy' Motors And Wheels Give Soft Robots a New Ride − 1 months ago
 
Automobile, Electric Car

New ORNL Catalyst Addresses Engine Efficiency, Emissions Quandary


10 months ago − Oak Ridge National Laboratory
• Big Thinking in Small Pieces: Computer Guides Humans in Crowdsourced Research − 2 months ago
• Self-heating Lithium-ion Battery Could Beat the Winter Woes − 6 months ago
• Columbia Engineering Researchers Use Acoustic Voxels to Embed Sound with Data − 11 days ago
 
Aeronautics, Aircraft

Avoiding Stumbles, from Spacewalks to Sidewalks


Yesterday − Massachusetts Institute of Technology
• A New Vortex Identification Method for 3-D Complex Flow − 2 months ago
• Algorithm for Robot Teams Handles Moving Obstacles − 3 months ago
• Nanoscrolls Created from Graphene's Imperfect Cousin − 3 months ago
• Enabling Human-robot Rescue Teams − 5 months ago
• Planning Algorithm Also Generates Contingency Plans − 5 months ago
 
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