Researchers have discovered the excellent thermoelectric properties of nickel–gold alloys, which can be used to convert heat into electrical energy.
Fraunhofer IZM has developed a test kit to gain insights into how changes to the layout or materials inside electronic systems may affect the performance of electronic casings or components.
Researchers from Sandia Labs have produced 'Enchilada Traps', capable of supporting 200 trapped ion qubits, for bigger and better quantum computers.
Scientists have discovered that antiferromagnets could be a more energy-efficient alternative to traditional silicon-based memory chips for computers.
Swinburne University of Technology has launched a $5.2 million supercomputer that has a processing capacity millions of times beyond that of regular computers.
The Avalue EMX-RPLP wide temperature motherboard features a flexible CPU power range (12 to 45 W) and customisable, industrial-grade, wide temperature processors.
Research has demonstrated that it is possible to make photons that cross paths interact, in a discovery that could pave the way for significant technological advancements.
Researchers have developed an approach that allows 3D measurements to be carried out with a computational imaging technique known as quantum ghost imaging.
Researchers have developed a quantum bit within a semiconductor nanostructure by using a unique energy transition.
In a significant advancement for optical computing, researchers have developed a nanosecond-scale volatile modulation scheme integrating a phase-change material.
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