A new class of soft, electrically-activated devices can mimic the expansion and contraction of natural muscles. These low-cost material devices are able to self-sense their movements and self-heal from electrical damage.
In the race to develop faster electric vehicle charging solutions, ITT, via its Cannon brand, recently introduced a new liquid-cooled DC High Power Charging (HPC) solution, offering a 500A at 1,000V charge.
Introducing the XLamp® XD16 LED, the industry’s first Extreme Density LED – proving the first to surpass the 280lm/mm2 Lumen Density Mark.
Research indicates that effective, less costly replacements for expensive platinum in fuel cells are nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes or modified graphene nanoribbons.
Cornell University researchers have made a robot exoskeleton that can rapidly change its shape upon sensing chemical or thermal changes in its environment.
A massive and rapidly expanding range of products, from sensors and monitors to wearable and handheld devices, require flexible circuits. The bar is set high for these electronic devices and equipment.