The two parties are collaborating to develop cascade LEDs using BluGlass's remote plasma chemical vapour deposition (RPCVD) technology.
Researchers have invented a new way for wearable devices to interconnect, incorporating conductive textiles into clothing to dynamically connect several wearable devices at once.
Scientists have achieved what they claim is the first two-qubit gate between atom qubits in silicon, operating around 200 times faster than other existing spin-based two-qubit gates.
Even though AI and IoT are still in their relative infancy, these two technology superpowers are now being combined across every industry.
A self-driving robot, developed by Ford engineers, has been put to work delivering spare parts around one of the company's manufacturing plants.
The Dream Sensor Board campaign leverages the element14 Community, comprising makers, engineers and designers, to crowdsource the best combination of sensor modules.
STMicroelectronics has joined the Car Connectivity Consortium — a cross-industry organisation advancing global technologies for smartphone-to-car connectivity solutions.
Engineers have successfully measured the fidelity of two-qubit logic operations in silicon, with highly promising results that are said to confirm the promise of silicon for quantum computing.
A proposed $50 million Australian Centre for Innovative Manufacturing (ACIM), to be led by Flinders University, has welcomed a $20 million commitment from federal Labor.
The test set-up provides a 5G network simulation to test a mobile phone in real time using a signalling connection.
The Australian Government is seeking feedback to create guidelines that will ensure AI is developed and applied responsibly in Australia.
The CRC will help tackle industry-identified gaps in the battery industries value chain, support battery deployment and optimise the circular economy for battery waste recycling.
Italian scientists have achieved a billion-fold increase in the electrical conductivity of melanin, which could unleash its potential in safe, sustainable bioelectronics.
The digital innovation arm of CSIRO has announced the opening of its new Robotics Innovation Centre — a purpose-built research facility for robotics and autonomous systems.
Researchers have created bug-shaped robots that are able to walk, able to survive harsh environments and tiny enough to be injected through an ordinary hypodermic needle.