UCSB Joins California DREAMS, Boosting US Semiconductor Development

UC Santa Barbara has joined the ranks of a select group of universities and organizations, becoming a member of the California Defense Ready Electronic and Microdevices Superhub (California DREAMS). This initiative is one of eight Microelectronics Commons innovation hubs launched by the Department of Defense (DoD) to accelerate the growth and innovation in the field …

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Breakthrough in Data Storage: Scientists Synthesize Superparamagnetic Nanocrystalline Ferrites

In an exciting development for the electronics industry, researchers have created nanocrystalline Ni-Zn spinel ferrites, a metal oxide with a tetrahedral structure. The synthesized ferrites exhibit unique microstructural, optical, and magnetic properties, making them potential game-changers for data storage devices. This breakthrough could significantly impact the world of electronics, computers, and even coding. Ni-Zn spinel …

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UNSW Professor Wins 2023 PM’s Science Prize for Quantum Breakthroughs

first error-corrected quantum computer, a task that is set to revolutionize industries across the globe. In a world where electronics, computers, and coding are increasingly integral to our daily lives, the work of Professor Michelle Simmons is nothing short of groundbreaking. As a leading figure in the field of quantum computing, she has recently been …

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Birmingham University Seeks Expert for Sustainable Electrical Power Systems Role

Birmingham City University has launched a search for an expert in Electrical Power Systems to join its talented team within the School of Engineering and the Built Environment. The university, located at the City Centre Campus (Millennium Point), is offering a salary range of £51,703 to £56,197 per annum for this full-time, permanent position. Applications …

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SIT Seeks Research Engineer for Innovative Construction Technology Project

In an exciting development for the world of applied learning, the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is seeking a research engineer or fellow to join an innovative industrial research project. The project’s focus is on the development of a smart electronic location and installation system for plunge-in kingpost columns, which are critical components in top-down …

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Queen’s University Belfast Seeks Research Fellow for Advanced Sonar Project

Queen’s University Belfast, a renowned institution in the field of Electronics, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (EEECS), is currently on the lookout for an exceptional Research Fellow. The chosen candidate will play a crucial role in the research and engineering team that is working on developing next-generation sonar systems for high-speed vessel collision avoidance. This …

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QinetiQ Seeks Senior Electronic Design Engineer for National Security Projects

QinetiQ, a leading global security and defence company, is currently on the hunt for a Senior Electronic Design Engineer to join their team at their Malvern site. This opportunity offers the chance to work with some of the most advanced technology in the industry, alongside some of the brightest minds in the field. As a …

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Stanford Professor Develops Revolutionary Self-Healing Electronic Skin

In a major breakthrough for the electronics industry, Professor Zhenan Bao from Stanford University has developed electronic skin, or e-skin, that has the ability to self-heal. The research, led by Bao, who is K.K. Lee Professor of Chemical Engineering and, by courtesy, Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science and Engineering, was published in Science in …

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UC San Diego Engineers Develop Revolutionary Structural Supercapacitor

In the realm of electronics and energy storage, engineers are constantly striving to create devices that are not just functional, but also efficient and compact. Now, imagine if your smartphone’s casing was not only a protective shell but also a source of power, or if the doors and floorboard of your electric car stored energy …

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SnapMagic Copilot: Revolutionizing Electronics Design with AI Automation

SnapEDA, a prominent global search engine for electronics design, has recently unveiled a revolutionary AI tool named SnapMagic Copilot. This cutting-edge tool is projected to significantly alter the way engineers approach electronics design. SnapEDA’s CEO, Natasha Baker, an electrical engineer herself, is confident that the rapid progression of AI technology and its successful application in …

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$95.3M Boost for WCU’s Engineering Facility and Program Expansion

Western Carolina University (WCU) has been granted funds for a new engineering facility and the expansion of its engineering program by the North Carolina General Assembly, as part of the recently approved 2023-2025 biennial state budget. Earlier this year, WCU identified the expansion of its engineering programs as a top priority, a move that was …

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CMR Surgical Opens New Facility Amid Rising Global Demand for Versius

In a significant development for the global surgical robotics industry, CMR Surgical, a leading name in the sector, has inaugurated its new manufacturing facility in Cambridgeshire, UK. This comes on the heels of the announcement that more than 140 Versius systems have been installed worldwide, and over 15,000 surgical cases have been successfully completed. The …

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$1.2M NIH Grant Fuels Robotic Eye Examination System Development

In an exciting development in the field of electronics and medical technology, a team of researchers from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Duke University have successfully developed a robotic eye examination system. The project has received a significant financial boost, with the National Institutes of Health awarding the team $1.2 million to further refine …

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MIT Develops Innovative Camera-Based Touch Sensor for Robots

In a significant advancement for the field of robotics, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have engineered a camera-based touch sensor that mimics the shape and functionality of a human finger. The development, called GelSight Svelte, is a long, curved sensor that provides high-resolution tactile sensing over a large area, a leap forward …

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Kraken Robotics Collaborates with NATO in Underwater Vehicle Exercise

Kraken Robotics Inc., a leading player in the electronics industry, recently announced its active participation in the Exercise REPMUS 23 event held in Portugal. REPMUS, an acronym for Robotic Experimentation and Prototyping with Maritime Unmanned System, saw the involvement of 15 NATO partners, including Sweden and Ireland. The exercise was aimed at fostering capability development …

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FABTECH 2023 Highlights Robotic Advancements in Manufacturing Industry

In the realm of manufacturing, the swift pace of technological advancement has significantly revolutionized the industry, introducing new possibilities in terms of accuracy, efficiency, and scalability. This evolution is most evident in the rise of robotics and automation, which are fundamentally reshaping finishing solutions in manufacturing. The FABTECH 2023 event is set to be a …

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Exploring Gate Array Logic: A Guide for Electronic Engineers

Understanding the Language of Gate Array Logic in Electronics In the realm of electronics, the language of gate array logic (GAL) is a crucial dialect. This article aims to provide an enlightening guide on how to navigate this complex yet fascinating field, especially for those who are deeply engrossed in the world of electronics, computers, …

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Lake Superior University Suffers Major Fire Damage, Robotics Lab Hit Hard

In what is being termed as a significant setback for Lake Superior State University, a fire recently broke out at the institution’s Center for Applied Sciences and Engineering, causing substantial damage. The incident is currently under investigation by the state police and the Sault Michigan fire department, who are working diligently to determine the extent …

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Wigwe University Launches Global Recruitment Drive for STEM Professors

Wigwe University, renowned for its innovative approach to education and commitment to nurturing future leaders, is making a global call for exceptional educators. The institution is inviting applications from seasoned educators worldwide to join its team of dedicated faculty members. This is an opportunity to contribute to the world of academia and shape the minds …

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Robotic Dog Sparky to Boost Safety at UK’s Largest Power Station

In a ground-breaking move towards enhancing safety measures, a robotic canine, known as Sparky, is set to perform safety inspections at the UK’s largest renewable power station. This innovative approach marks a significant leap in the use of technology, particularly in electronics and computers, to ensure the safety of power station employees. The robotic dog, …

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Hawkeye College Bridges Manufacturing Skills Gap with Innovative Training

In a concerted effort to bridge the manufacturing skills gap, Hawkeye Community College is taking significant steps towards equipping students with the necessary skills required by the industry. The college’s senior director of community education and workforce solutions, Srdjan Golub, acknowledged that there is a mismatch between the skills currently available in the workforce and …

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Agility Robotics Ramps Up Production, Fourier Intelligence Showcases GR-1 Robot

In a world where the lines between science fiction and reality are becoming increasingly blurred, Agility Robotics is making a bold move. The company recently announced its plans to ramp up production of its bipedal humanoid robots to an impressive 10,000 units per year. This move is a significant step forward in the field of …

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Fire Ravages Robotics Wing at Michigan University, Causes Evacuation

In a shocking incident, a fire broke out in the robotics and engineering wing of the Center for Applied Science and Engineering Technology Building at Lake Superior State University, Michigan. The fire, which caused extensive damage to the robotics room, was reported just before 2:30 p.m., leading to the immediate evacuation of the building. Thankfully, …

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