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Innovative battery design: more energy and less environmental impact

A new electrolyte design for lithium metal batteries could significantly boost the range of electric vehicles.

Power 15 July, 2024

Detecting defects in tomorrow's technology

New research from the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory has enhanced the understanding of a likely candidate for next-generation computer chips.

Assembly 11 July, 2024

Can a computer chip have zero energy loss in 1.58 dimensions?

Fractals might solve energy waste in information processing.

Assembly 04 July, 2024

Controlling electronics with light: the magnetite breakthrough

Researchers have discovered that shining different wavelengths of light on magnetite can change its state, making it more or less conducive to electricity.

Assembly 04 July, 2024

How smart design has transformed display enclosures

METCASE's new TECHNOMET-Control has been developed for VESA-mount HMI/control electronics.

Assembly 01 July, 2024

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Australia's largest electronics expo returns to Sydney

Australia's largest electronics expo returns to Sydney

Electronex, the annual electronics design and assembly expo, will return to Sydney on 19–20 June this year at Rosehill Gardens Event Centre.

Article 01 May, 2024
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Hidden semiconductor activity spotted by researchers

Hidden semiconductor activity spotted by researchers

Researchers have discovered that the material that a semiconductor chip device is built on, called the substrate, responds to changes in electricity.

Article 18 April, 2024
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Single-step 3D printing method to create tiny robots

Single-step 3D printing method to create tiny robots

The breakthrough enables the mechanical and electronic systems needed to operate a robot to be manufactured all at once.

Article 08 July, 2022
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