Researchers expand microchip capability with new 3D inductor technology
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Researchers expand microchip capability with new 3D inductor technology

Smaller is better when it comes to microchips, researchers said, and by using 3D components on a standardized 2D microchip manufacturing platform, developers can use up to 100 times less chip space. A team of engineers has boosted the performance of its previously developed 3D inductor...

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Photonic chip steers light without any moving parts
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Photonic chip steers light without any moving parts

In search for a compact and reliable LiDAR solution, researchers from Yokohama National University in Japan have developed a waveguide-based photonic chip that takes a laser beam as an input and steers light beams over a wide range of selectable angles, without involving any moving...

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Particle accelerator fits on a chip
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Particle accelerator fits on a chip

Researchers at Stanford University have demonstrated the acceleration of electrons through what they describe as an “On-chip integrated laser-driven particle accelerator”, detailed in a recent paper published in the Science journal. by Tom Abate On a hillside above Stanford...

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Physicists demonstrate atomically-thin ultra-fast room temperature LED
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Physicists demonstrate atomically-thin ultra-fast room temperature LED

Graduate researchers at the City College of New York have demonstrated a LED based on half-light half-matter quasiparticles in atomically thin materials. By Julien Happich @ eenewsled.com This is also the first successful test of an electrically driven light emitter using atomically...

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Incandescent light bulbs at the nanoscale
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Incandescent light bulbs at the nanoscale

Using tiny arrays of carbon nanotubes, a team of researchers at Rice University has designed nanoscale incandescent light source that could be tuned to precisely emit at specific wavelength, based on the materials’ configuration. The so-called nanoscale thermal emitters described in...

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Energy-efficient power electronics – gallium oxide power transistors with record values
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Energy-efficient power electronics – gallium oxide power transistors with record values

The Ferdinand Braun Institute for Highest Frequency Technology (FBH) in Berlin has achieved a breakthrough with transistors based on gallium oxide (ß-Ga2O3). The ß-Ga2O3 gallium oxide MOSFETs developed by FBH scientists provide a high breakdown voltage with high current...

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Physicists create quantum microphone to count sound particles
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Physicists create quantum microphone to count sound particles

Physicists from Stanford have created a device they call a “quantum microphone” that is sensitive enough to measure the individual particles of sound called phonons. The scientists say that the new device will allow new types of quantum sensors, transducers, and storage devices for...

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Superconductivity at –23 degrees Celsius?
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Superconductivity at –23 degrees Celsius?

Researchers at the University of Chicago have managed to beat the previous world record for high-temperature superconductivity (HTSC) by 50K. This new material reaches superconductivity at –23 °C (under very high pressure conditions). by Thomas Scherer @ elektormagazine.com Even...

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