Flash Graphene Synthesis – Electricity Turns Garbage into Graphene
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Flash Graphene Synthesis – Electricity Turns Garbage into Graphene

Graphene is the thinnest yet one of the most strong materials known to man while being only one atom thick. On top of that, graphene is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity and has remarkable light absorption abilities. It is truly a material that could change the world, with...

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Silicon Photonic SWED Technology Offers Cheaper, High Resolution Ultrasound Dectector
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Silicon Photonic SWED Technology Offers Cheaper, High Resolution Ultrasound Dectector

A group of researchers at the Helmholtz Zentrum München and the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed an ultrasound detector, based on silicon photonics and measuring a hundredth the width of a human hair. They claim it is the world's smallest ultrasound detector. Rami...

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Quantum Dots in Medical Science as Cancer Tracer
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Quantum Dots in Medical Science as Cancer Tracer

A huge leap in personalized medicine may come from the use of Quantum dots (QDs) to combat and identify several hard to cure diseases, such as cancer, immunodeficiencies, and neurological disorders. Quantum dots (QDs) are semiconductor nanocrystals with unique photophysical properties....

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Building a Chaotic Oscillator from Common Components
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Building a Chaotic Oscillator from Common Components

Tim's Blog writes: A chaotic oscillator is an electronic circuit that can exhibit “chaotic“, nonperiodic behavior. A commonly cited example is Chua’s circuit, but there are many others. I always regarded these as carefully designed, rather academic, examples. So I was a bit...

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Single-atom transistor ‘recipe’ simplifies atomic-scale fabrication
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Single-atom transistor ‘recipe’ simplifies atomic-scale fabrication

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the University of Maryland say they have developed a step-by-step recipe to produce single-atom transistors. by Rich Pell @ smart2zero.com Transistors consisting of only several-atom clusters or even single...

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Chai release Open Source Environmental Testing Kit For COVID-19
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Chai release Open Source Environmental Testing Kit For COVID-19

The CHAI team announced at the Open Hardware Summit that the group would be launching an environmental test kit that will be able to work on the Open qPCR machine, which was released in 2016. The kit will be a DIY test kit for COVID-19, which has caused a global pandemic for the...

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Ambient humidity energy harvesters could compete with solar cells
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Ambient humidity energy harvesters could compete with solar cells

Leveraging the natural adsorption–desorption exchange of water molecules from ambient air at the interface of a nanoporous mesh of protein nanowires, a team of researchers from the University of Massachusetts has demonstrated a durable form of energy harvesting that could potentially...

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GaO beats SiC in channel mobility
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GaO beats SiC in channel mobility

Startup company Flosfia has reported that its gallium-oxide power semiconductor can outperform the characteristics of silicon-carbide, but in a normally-off configuration. Flosfia Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan), founded in 2011, is a pioneer of the use of corundum-structured gallium oxide...

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