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Hey Google, are my housemates using my smart speaker?  SCIENCE DAILY · 12 hours
Surveys show that consumers are worried that smart speakers are eavesdropping on their conversations and day-to-day lives. Now researchers have found that people are also concerned about something else: friends,... more
Why Venice is actually a textbook case for flood prevention  PHYS.ORG · 18 hours
When the worst floods since 1966 submerged the city of Venice in November 2019, the blame was laid on its incomplete mobile flood gates. They have been under... more
Atomic layer 3D printing  nanowerk · 22 hours
A team of scientists and engineers plan to combine expertise in the chemical control of atomic layer deposition, in gas delivery, microelectromechanical devices, and microprocessing and automation, in order to demonstrate the potential of atomic-layer 3D printing. more
Method detects defects in 2-D materials for future electronics, sensors  PHYS.ORG · 24 hours
To further shrink electronic devices and to lower energy consumption, the semiconductor industry is interested in using 2-D materials, but manufacturers need a quick and accurate method for... more
Method detects defects in 2D materials for future electronics, sensors  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
To further shrink electronic devices and to lower energy consumption, the semiconductor industry is interested in using 2D materials, but manufacturers need a quick and accurate method for... more
Big data at the nanoscale  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
An international team of scientists, including physicists from the University of Luxembourg, have reported a comprehensive view-point on how machine learning approaches can be used in Nanoscience to analyze and extract new insights from large data sets, and... more
Blue-emitting diode demonstrates limitations and promise of perovskite semiconductors  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
University of California, Berkeley, scientists have created a blue light-emitting diode (LED) from a trendy new semiconductor material, halide perovskite, overcoming a major barrier to employing these cheap, easy-to-make materials... more
A breakthrough in molding materials at the nanoscale  nanowerk · 5 days
In a potential game-changing shift in how nano- and quantum devices are designed and manufactured, researchers have discovered that these materials are actually very conducive to nanomolding, thanks to their atoms? ability... more
Visualizing every step of on-surface cycloaddition reactions  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
By observing individual atoms as they rearrange themselves step by step, chemists at RIKEN have cast new light on the route by which halogenated aromatic molecules join together on a silver surface1. These insights... more
Microchip capability expanded ewith new 3D inductor technology  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 days
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.... more
Predicting the degradation behavior of advanced medical devices  nanowerk · 6 days
Thin film studies are suggested as a fast and reliable method to determine the degradation of complex biomacromolecules. more
Printing objects that can incorporate living organisms (w/video)  nanowerk · 6 days
A 3D printing system that controls the behavior of live bacteria could someday enable medical devices with therapeutic agents built in. more
Predicting the degradation behavior of advanced medical devices  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Polymer materials play a vital role in today's medicine. While many applications demand long-lasting devices, others benefit from materials that disintegrate once their job is done. The design of such materials largely... more
Predicting the degradation behavior of advanced medical devices  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
Polymer materials play a vital role in today's medicine. While many applications demand for long-lasting devices, others benefit from materials that disintegrate once their job is done. The design of such materials... more
Body heat through flexible fabric could power IoT devices for health monitoring for people, pets, machinery  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Wearable electronics and other Internet of Things (IoT) devices are rapidly growing in popularity, but their... more
Printing objects that can incorporate living organisms  MIT · 6 days
A 3D printing system that controls the behavior of live bacteria could someday enable medical devices with therapeutic agents built in. more
Solutions for networking lag in massive IoT devices  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
Researchers have proposed a system that would use currently underutilized resources in an existing wireless channel to create extra opportunities for lag-free connections. The process, which wouldn't require any additional hardware or... more
Imperceptible magnetic sensor matrix system integrated with organic driver and amplifier circuits  Science Magazine · 7 days
Artificial electronic skins (e-skins) comprise an integrated matrix of flexible devices arranged on a soft, reconfigurable surface. These sensors must perceive physical interaction spaces... more
Coating helps electronics stay cool by sweating  nanowerk · 7 days
Researchers present a MOF coating for electronics that releases water vapor to dissipate heat from running devices - a new thermal management method that could prevent electronics from overheating and keep them cooler compared... more
Physicists trap light in nanoresonators for record time  nanowerk · 7 days
The reference particle captured light for a time exceeding 200 periods of one wave oscillation, 20-40 times longer than usual; this opens new perspectives in such areas as manufacturing compact sensors, night... more
Coating helps electronics stay cool by sweating  SCIENCE DAILY · 7 days
Mammals sweat to regulate body temperature, and researchers are exploring whether our phones could do the same. The authors present a coating for electronics that releases water vapor to dissipate heat from running devices... more
Coating helps electronics stay cool by sweating  PHYS.ORG · 7 days
Mammals sweat to regulate body temperature, and researchers from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China are exploring whether our phones could do the same. In a study published January 22 in the journal Joule,... more
Picosecond magnetization dynamics of spin modes revealed by diffractive ferromagnetic resonance  PHYS.ORG · 7 days
As nanoelectronics encounters fundamental barriers, the spin of an electron, in addition to its charge, is being utilized to carry information in electronic devices. This calls... more
Let the europium shine brighter  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
A stacked nanocarbon antenna makes a rare earth element shine 5 times more brightly than previous designs, with applications in molecular light-emitting devices. more
Let the europium shine brighter  nanowerk · 1 week
A stacked nanocarbon antenna makes a rare earth element shine 5 times more brightly than previous designs, with applications in molecular light-emitting devices. more
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