MIT Researchers Develop An ASIC To Defend Against Power-based Side Channel Attacks
IoT

MIT Researchers Develop An ASIC To Defend Against Power-based Side Channel Attacks

A team of researchers affiliated with MIT School of Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, and Analog Devices have collaborated to design a tiny application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) to defend against power-based side-channel attacks on an IoT device. Before getting into the...

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CosmicWatch muon detector – Building a Cosmic Ray Detector
Science

CosmicWatch muon detector – Building a Cosmic Ray Detector

CosmicWatch is a project from MIT in the US and Poland’s National Center for Nuclear Research, that enables anyone with basic electronic skills to build a low-cost desktop detector for the muon particles which are created when cosmic rays collide with the earth’s atmosphere. In...

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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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Solid State Li-ion Batteries – High Energy-Dense Batteries Are Closer Than Before
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Solid State Li-ion Batteries – High Energy-Dense Batteries Are Closer Than Before

The Interuniversity MicroElectronicss Centre (IMEC) is an independent research center which deals with nanoelectronics and digital technologies. Their headquarters are situated in Leuven, Belgium. Recently IMEC began to research and prototype Solid State Lithium-ion batteries. Solid State...

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Hack-proof RFID chips claimed by MIT
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Hack-proof RFID chips claimed by MIT

Researchers at MIT has announced a new RFID chip that is almost impossible to hack and it could mean that an identity thief couldn’t steal your credit card number by sitting next to you. The researchers’ new chip uses a bank of 3.3-volt capacitors as an on-chip energy source. But...

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