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Quantum dots help create light-emitting metasurfaces

13 June, 2024

Researchers have used quantum dots to develop printable and efficient light-emitting metasurfaces.


Flexible, stretchable device allows full-colour tuning

06 June, 2024

Researchers have developed a flexible and stretchable device that is capable of omnidirectional colour wavelength control.


Observing electron transfer in solids

06 June, 2024

Researchers have developed a new nanotube crystal that enables the direct observation of electron transfer in solids.


Advantech PPC-415W and PPC-421W fanless panel PCs

04 June, 2024 | Supplied by: Advantech Australia Pty Ltd

The Advantech PPC-415W and PPC-421W fanless panel PCs are powered by the latest 13th Gen Intel Core processors to provide computing power for a range of applications.


METCASE UNIDESK aluminium enclosures

01 June, 2024 | Supplied by: ROLEC OKW Australia New Zealand P/L

The METCASE UNIDESK aluminium enclosures are suitable for a range of applications, including office systems, point-of-sale and medical devices.


Developing novel perovskite-type ferroelectric materials

31 May, 2024

Researchers have engineered a novel displacement-type ferroelectric material featuring notable dielectric properties.


Streamlined microcomb design provides control with the flip of a switch

31 May, 2024 by Luke Auburn, University of Rochester

Lasers developed at the University of Rochester offer a new path for on-chip frequency comb generators.


Expanding on the principles of fluid dynamics

24 May, 2024

Researchers have used mathematical modelling and experimentation to expand on a fundamental principle in the fluid dynamics of volatile liquids.


Bacteria 'nanowires' could help develop green electronics

24 May, 2024 by Lilly Matson, UNSW

Filaments engineered by scientists at UNSW Sydney have been shown to produce electricity from moisture in the air.


Laser tech used to develop deformable energy storage device

16 May, 2024

Researchers have developed a deformable micro-supercapacitor based on a liquid metal current collector by using laser ablation technology.


Unravelling the mystery of slow electrons

16 May, 2024

Slow electrons are used in microelectronics and in cancer therapy; researchers from TU Wien have now found a way to observe how these electrons behave in solids.


Ultra-pure silicon chip brings quantum computing a step closer

10 May, 2024

Scientists have created an ultra-pure form of silicon that allows for the construction of high-performance qubit devices, the building blocks of quantum computing.


Experiment could enable millions of qubits on a single chip

09 May, 2024

Researchers have achieved a controllable interaction between two hole spin qubits in a conventional silicon transistor, opening up the possibility of integrating millions of these qubits on a single chip.


Cracking the code on spin currents

03 May, 2024

A team of researchers has discovered a method to predict how spin current changes with temperature.


Würth Elektronik WR-CRD Micro SIM card connector

03 May, 2024 | Supplied by: Wurth Electronics Australia Pty

The WR-CRD Micro SIM card connector from Würth Elektronik can be used to equip IoT devices that require a SIM card.


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