A Tiny Sensor In GE Development Could Enable Smartphones To Detect COVID-19 Coronavirus
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A Tiny Sensor In GE Development Could Enable Smartphones To Detect COVID-19 Coronavirus

A promising technology is arising in GE's research labs. by Daniel Kruger & Dorothy Pomerantz @ ge.com GE researchers are working on a sensor smaller than a fingertip that could find viruses and pathogens in the air. Led by Radislav Potyrailo, a principal scientist at GE Research...

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Kioxia & Western Digital develop 162-layer 3D-NAND
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Kioxia & Western Digital develop 162-layer 3D-NAND

Kioxia Corporation and Western Digital Corp., today announced that the companies have developed their sixth-generation, 162-layer 3D flash memory technology. Marking the next milestone in the companies' 20-year joint-venture partnership, this is the companies' highest density and most...

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Aledia – Pioneering nanowire microLED’s on 300 mm Wafers
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Aledia – Pioneering nanowire microLED’s on 300 mm Wafers

We talk a lot about downsizing. It is, and always will be on the top priority list of the world of electronics. Without smaller sizes, we would never have gotten to this state, where our projects can be housed in a small PCB and ran on an ATTiny mcu. It is one of the most fascinating...

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Stretchable Conductors Maintain Conductivity Under 700% Strain
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Stretchable Conductors Maintain Conductivity Under 700% Strain

Conductive materials change their properties under strain or stretching. The electrical conductivity decreases and resistance increases with stretching. The US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is working with liquid metal systems that can autonomously change the structure to become...

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MIT Researchers develop a $10 Wearable Patch to help people suffering from ALS communicate better
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MIT Researchers develop a $10 Wearable Patch to help people suffering from ALS communicate better

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a chronic disease that affects the nervous system and causes a decline in muscle control. Symptoms of ALS may be minor in the early stages of the disease but get dramatically worse with time as people with ALS find it more and more difficult to...

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ST to make cartridges for Covid-19 tests
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ST to make cartridges for Covid-19 tests

STMicroelectronics is to manufacture cartridges for a multi-sample lab-on-a-chip test system developed by Alifax in Italy. By Nick Flaherty @ eenewseurope.com The move extends ST's manufacturing from packaging the microfluidics lab-on-a-chip device to making the whole cartridge,...

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New OLED architecture has 10,000 PPI resolution
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New OLED architecture has 10,000 PPI resolution

Researchers at Samsung in Korea and Stanford University in the US have developed and patented a new architecture for OLED displays with resolution up to 10,000 pixels per inch (PPI). by Nick Flaherty @ eenewsembedded.com The design uses adapted an electrode ultra-thin solar panels...

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New Study shows Rare form of Magnetic and Electrical Property in stack-twisted Graphene
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New Study shows Rare form of Magnetic and Electrical Property in stack-twisted Graphene

A group of scientists at Columbia University and the University of Washington has found unique electronic states along with an uncommon kind of magnetism, can develop in a three-layer graphene structure. The work was inspired by current research studies of twisted monolayers or twisted...

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