Articles tagged with ‘electronics’

A*STAR's energy harvester. Image: Institute of Microelectronics
27 June 2014
Dead batteries may soon be a thing of the past. Researchers in Singapore have found a way to efficiently harness low frequency vibrations as a power source for miniature electronic devices. A team from Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)...
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A detail photo of a Google Glass prototype seen at Google I/O in June of 2012 © Creative Commons Antonio Zugaldia
11 October 2012
An interview with Prof. Kwon of Hanyang University who leads research developments in five major electronics fields.
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A polystyrene nanowire containing iron oxide nanoparticles.
28 June 2012
Japanese researchers have developed a completely new, and surprisingly simple, technique for making polymer nanowires.
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THAILAND HUMANOID SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP 2012
11 June 2012
In a number of recent Hollywood hit films, robots do all kinds of spectacular things, from battling it out in boxing rings to saving the world from alien invaders. Seagate Technology is helping university students in Thailand bring those futuristic visions a...
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