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Revolutionary Ultra-High-Voltage Pulse-Power Supply System in Development

In a groundbreaking venture, a team of leading academic and industrial experts are collaborating to develop an ultra-high-voltage pulse-power supply system. This cutting-edge project, funded by the industry, is set to revolutionize the electronics space with its fast rise-time and semiconductor-based design. The project’s spearhead will be tasked with a wide range of responsibilities from …

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Scientist Pioneers AI-Powered Robotics and Smart City Solutions

In the dynamic world of robotics, new technologies and applications are continually emerging, transforming various sectors. One individual leading this technological revolution is Mahmoodreza Forootan, a pioneering scientist and chief engineer known for his innovative advancements in robotics, electric vehicles, and smart city solutions. During his Ph.D., Forootan’s groundbreaking research concentrated on advanced manufacturing systems. …

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Revolutionary Robotic Gripper Inspired by Kirigami Lifts Heavy Objects

In a groundbreaking development, researchers at North Carolina State University have engineered a robotic gripper, employing the ancient Japanese art of kirigami, that is capable of handling delicate and heavy objects with equal ease. The innovative device is gentle enough to lift a droplet of water, robust enough to hoist a weight of 6.4 Kg …

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Mississippi State University Utilizes AI Bionic Dogs for Rescue Research

The Mississippi University Department of Computer Science and Engineering is revolutionizing the field of robotics by integrating AI with bionic dogs. This cutting-edge research is being conducted by a diverse team of students, including Prabesh Khanal, a computer engineering sophomore from Nepal; Reyki Garcia, a software engineering/mathematics senior from Carthage; and Arjun Koinkar, a computer …

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Industrial Robots Shift to Custom Operating Systems for Enhanced Performance

The world of robotics has seen a significant shift in operating systems (OSes) since the sale of Unimate, the first industrial robot, to General Motors in 1960 by inventor George Devol. Initially, the focus was on manufacturing, then academia took the spotlight, and now the industry is back in the limelight. Ayanna Howard, Dean of …

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AnyTeleop: NVIDIA’s Groundbreaking Universal Teleoperation System for Robots

In a remarkable breakthrough for the world of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), NVIDIA, a leading force in the electronics industry, and UC San Diego have collaborated to develop an innovative robotic teleoperation system called AnyTeleop. This system is set to revolutionize the way we interact with robots, allowing for remote control of these mechanical …

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Cambridge University Develops Energy-Efficient 3D-Printed Robotic Hand

In a ground-breaking development, a team of researchers at the University of Cambridge has designed a soft, 3D-printed robotic hand capable of performing complex movements. The unique feature of this robotic hand is that it does not require individual finger movement to grasp objects. Instead, it utilises sensors embedded in its ‘skin’ to predict if …

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German Start-Up Tests AI-Powered Wildfire Detection Sensors

In the midst of Brandenburg, the region of Germany most frequently impacted by forest fires, a groundbreaking wildfire detection system is currently being put through its paces. Juergen Mueller, a retired forestry expert and co-founder of Berlin start-up Dryad Networks, is testing a pioneering device that uses cutting-edge sensor technology to detect wildfires in their …

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UC Santa Barbara Professor Develops Energy-Efficient Optical Link for Data Centers

The quest for energy efficiency in data centers is a constant concern for industry leaders. Clint Schow, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at UC Santa Barbara, has been at the forefront of this pursuit, collaborating with Meta (formerly Facebook) for over half a decade. The result is a ground-breaking optical link that boasts …

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Hong Kong Researchers Develop Heat-Reducing Tech for Wearable Devices

In a groundbreaking development, researchers from the City University of Hong Kong (CityU) have pioneered a novel cooling technology that could revolutionize the wearable electronics industry. The team has created a ‘soft, ultrathin, radiative-cooling interface’ using photonic materials, which dramatically enhances heat dissipation in devices, reducing temperatures by over 56°C. This innovative solution offers a …

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Penn State Develops Superior Thermoelectric Cooler for High-Power Electronics

In a significant breakthrough for the electronics industry, researchers at Penn State have engineered a highly efficient thermoelectric cooler. This innovative device is poised to revolutionize cooling power and efficiency for future high-power electronics, which are expected to be smaller and more capable over time. The key to this groundbreaking development lies in the use …

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Future Electronics High-Performance STM32H5 Microcontrollers Series

Future Electronics, a global leader in electronic components distribution, recently showcased the STMicroelectronics STM32H5 Series of Microcontrollers (MCUs) in the latest edition of its e-newsletter, THE EDGE. This series is based on the 32-bit Arm® Cortex®-M33 core running at a maximum speed of 250 MHz, offering an ideal blend of performance and security for developers …

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Conductive Polymer Coatings Market Predicted to Surge by 9.3% CAGR till 2032

The market for conductive polymer coatings, an innovative blend of electrical conductivity and polymer flexibility, is set to experience a rapid growth phase. These coatings, formulated from conductive polymers or organic compounds with the ability to conduct electricity, offer a lightweight, thin solution to enhance conductivity while retaining flexibility and durability. They are utilized in …

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Revolutionary Bacteria-Derived Nanowires Generate Electricity From Air

In a groundbreaking revelation in 2020, a team from Univ. of Massachusetts Amhurst put forth a scientific paper detailing how minuscule protein nanowires, the byproduct of a specific bacteria, could be used to generate electricity from atmospheric moisture. Led by Amhurst Professor Jun Yao, the team of researchers has announced another major breakthrough in this …

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