Electrical engineers at the University at Buffalo are developing a gallium oxide-based transistor that's paper-thin and able to handle more than 8,000 volts.
University at Buffalo From ACM Careers | June 4, 2020
Two robots will greet customers, serve food, and observe social distancing at the Royal Palace when the restaurant reopens in Renesse, the Netherlands.
Chattanooga Times Free Press From ACM Careers | June 1, 2020
Texas Instruments is pulling support for assembly- and C-based programs on the TI-84 Plus CE calculator and its French counterpart. The move is meant to prevent...Engadget From ACM Careers | May 26, 2020
A group of teenage girls in Afghanistan are trying to build a mechanized, hand-operated ventilator for coronavirus patients, using a design from MIT and parts from...NPR From ACM Careers | May 21, 2020
The LightStrike disinfection robot is a pulsed xenon UV disinfection system that destroys SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, in two minutes achieving a...Xenex Disinfection Services From ACM Careers | May 19, 2020
A 'pandemic drone' to remotely monitor and detect people with infectious respiratory conditions is being developed by the University of South Australia in partnership...University of South Australia From ACM Careers | March 26, 2020
Researchers at the University of Michigan ran an LED with electrodes reversed in order to cool another device mere nanometers away. The approach could lead to new...University of Michigan From ACM Careers | March 24, 2020
Flexible temporary electronic displays could be derived from fish scales, a plentiful, environmentally friendly, and biodegradable alternative to plastic.
American Chemical Society From ACM Careers | March 18, 2020
An autonomous guided vehicle is being designed by researchers at the University of Warwick in a bid to help address labor shortages in the horticultural sector....University of Warwick From ACM Careers | March 13, 2020
GraphAudio is looking to commercialize graphene-based technology that could transform devices such as speakers, earbuds, headphones, and other audio technologies...Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory From ACM Careers | March 13, 2020