Dr Tuomo Suntola's atomic layer deposition (ALD) technique allows complex, three-dimensional structures to be built one atomic layer at a time.
The product helps manufacturers make more efficient cells, expand the wafer-firing temperature window and improve adhesion.
The video series will take viewers around the world, highlighting the people, companies and machines that are changing how we view and interact with robots.
Many of us think we know what electronic waste is because we wonder what to do with devices we no longer want or need.
The investment will enable Pawsey to continue to drive innovation in medical science, engineering, geoscience, marine science, chemistry, food, agriculture and more.
The multimillion-pound project will centre on memristors and their ability to enable electronics systems to be configured with increased capability.
Less than four months after being named 2018 Australian of the Year, Professor Michelle Simmons has another significant string to add to her bow.
More than 200 companies and 50 speakers have already confirmed their participation at the highly anticipated manufacturing event.
Devoted to serving the rapid growth and transformation of electronics industries in China and the world, this year's event will focus on 'The Intelligent Planet'.
This article provides a brief overview of the past, present and the future of the TCF industry, tracing and forecasting the status of applications, technologies and materials.
The cinema release of Ready Player One is a significant moment for the virtual reality industry, drawing on strong, familiar themes recognisable by everyone today.
UNSW's e-waste microfactory can transform the components from discarded smartphones and laptops into valuable materials for re-use.