Tiny, self-driving robot powered by light, radio waves

28 September, 2023 by Stefan Milne, University of Washington

The MilliMobile, developed by researchers at the University of Washington, is a tiny self-driving robot that requires no external power source or batteries.

Nickel–gold alloys show promising thermoelectric effect

21 September, 2023

Researchers have discovered the excellent thermoelectric properties of nickel–gold alloys, which can be used to convert heat into electrical energy.

Are our electronics watertight?

11 September, 2023 by Niklas Goll, Fraunhofer IZM

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.

Digi XBee 3 Global GNSS LTE CAT 1 Development Kit

04 September, 2023 | Supplied by: Mouser Electronics

The Digi XBee 3 Global GNSS LTE CAT 1 development kit comes pre-loaded with three months of cellular data service, pre-activated and ready to go.

Cooling methods for electronic equipment

01 September, 2023 | Supplied by: Transfer Multisort Elektronik Sp. z o.o.

Excessive heat in equipment reduces its service life and adversely impacts its performance. Proper selection of cooling elements can help avoid these negative effects.

'Enchilada Trap' paves the way for better quantum computers

23 August, 2023

Researchers from Sandia Labs have produced 'Enchilada Traps', capable of supporting 200 trapped ion qubits, for bigger and better quantum computers.

Swinburne supercomputer heralds next generation of discoveries

17 August, 2023

Swinburne University of Technology has launched a $5.2 million supercomputer that has a processing capacity millions of times beyond that of regular computers.

Reading data stored in antiferromagnets for better RAM

17 August, 2023

Scientists have discovered that antiferromagnets could be a more energy-efficient alternative to traditional silicon-based memory chips for computers.

Avalue EMX-RPLP Mini-ITX Wide Temperature Motherboard

16 August, 2023 | Supplied by: Avalue

The Avalue EMX-RPLP wide temperature motherboard features a flexible CPU power range (12 to 45 W) and customisable, industrial-grade, wide temperature processors.

Manipulating electromagnetic waves to cause head-on collisions

15 August, 2023

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 use SPAD detector for 3D quantum ghost imaging

10 August, 2023

Researchers have developed an approach that allows 3D measurements to be carried out with a computational imaging technique known as quantum ghost imaging.

Advances in quantum bit creation for semiconductor nanostructures

09 August, 2023

Researchers have developed a quantum bit within a semiconductor nanostructure by using a unique energy transition.

Advancements in photonic memory to boost optical computing

03 August, 2023

In a significant advancement for optical computing, researchers have developed a nanosecond-scale volatile modulation scheme integrating a phase-change material.

METCASE TECHNOMET Instrument Enclosures

01 August, 2023 | Supplied by: ROLEC OKW Australia New Zealand P/L

The METCASE TECHNOMET Instrument Enclosures can now be specified with or without a sloping front for easier viewing.

Hammond Electronics 1557 IP68 wall mount/desktop plastic enclosures

01 August, 2023 | Supplied by: Hammond Electronics Pty Ltd

The Hammond Electronics 1557 family of wall mount/desktop enclosures features an IP68 environmental sealing that enables the unit to be installed in any environment.

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