The experimental setup, that can be considered essentially the world's fastest water heater, produced an exotic state of water, from which researchers hope to learn more about the peculiar characteristics of H2O.
Millions of people require daily physical assistance to get dressed because of injury, disease and advanced age: enter a robot that can help humans to wear gowns.
Researchers have created a chip that deploys ionic memory resistor (memristor) technology, to solve the digital problem of security (such as its susceptibility to machine learning-based hacking) – with an analogue memory hardware solution.
Researchers have discovered how a pinch of salt can be used to drastically improve the performance of batteries.
Toshiba Memory Europe GmbH has announced a new flash drive U365, a large capacity USB 3.0 flash drive in a retractable form factor. U365 range has up to 256GB in capacity, and maximum read speed of 150MB/s.
Anritsu Corporation announce that the latest firmware release for the Network Master Pro MT1000A now make it the world’s smallest-in-class handheld tester that supports 100 Gbps with eCPRI/RoE and high-accuracy delay measurement functions.
Nano Global, focused on accelerating cures to address global health challenges, have announced plans for a limited release of its first generation Nano Bot device – to monitor and convey environmental data critical to human health and disease control.
Rainbow Technology Systems has leveraged its knowledge and expertise in printing, chemistry, design and engineering to further strengthen its capability in the development and production of biosensors.
The U.S. DARPA, through the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, has awarded BAE Systems a $13.1 million contract to demonstrate a new, open architecture, cost-effective optical seeker for precision-guided munitions.