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Look inside a battery while it charges
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New York University scientist have used MRI scanning to view inside batteries “One challenge we wanted to solve was to make the measurements 3D and sufficiently fast, so that they could be done during the battery-charging cycle,” Said Professor Alexej Jerschow. “This was made possible by using intrinsic amplification processes, which allow one to measure small ... Read full article: Look inside a battery while it charges [...]
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X-Fab to buy assets of Altis
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X-FAB Silicon Foundries has today announced that it will acquire the assets of Altis Semiconductor, a specialty stand-alone foundry located in the Greater Paris area, out of insolvency proceedings. With both companies serving complementary markets and applications, this acquisition roughly doubles the company’s 8-inch capacity to meet the growing demand for its manufacturing technologies, as ... Read full article: X-Fab to buy assets of Altis [...]
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3D printing on a grand scale
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There have been bigger things printed, but few will be as tough as an excavator cab printed in carbon fibre. A student engineering team from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign won a design competition for the cab, and was on-hand to watched it being printed using carbon fibre-reinforced ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene). The cab is ... Read full article: 3D printing on a grand scale [...]
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Brain-sensing allows monkey to type at 12 words per minute
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A monkey has copied text from the New York Times and Hamlet at up to 12 words per minute via a brain interface, claims Stanford University. The researchers are Processor Krishna Shenoy and Dr Paul Nuyujukian. “Our results demonstrate that this interface may have great promise for use in people,” said Nuyujukian (pictured). “It enables a ... Read full article: Brain-sensing allows monkey to type at 12 words per minute [...]
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e2v signs GaN deal to cut weight in hi-rel designs
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e2v signs a supply agreement with GaN Systems which will see the UK firm supplying power transistors to the aerospace and defence sectors. Read full article: e2v signs GaN deal to cut weight in hi-rel designs [...]
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ARM open source group address IoT software confusion
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An open source software reference design for the design of secure IoT node device such as sensors and ARM controllers is introduced by Linaro. Read full article: ARM open source group address IoT software confusion [...]
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