TAGARNO, a leading provider of digital microscopes, has developed a new ‘how to’ guide for implementing digital microscopes for soldering and PCB inspection.
Owing to the global trend of utilizing electric vehicles, there has been a surge in demand for next-generation secondary batteries with higher capacity and faster charging than the lithium-ion batteries currently in use.
ChatGPT's impact extends beyond the education sector and is causing significant changes in other areas. The artificial intelligence (AI) language model is recognized for its ability to perform various tasks, including paper writing, translation, coding, and more, all through question-and-answer-based interactions.
Spin, a quantum property of particles, can be controlled using light waves to store information. This is conventionally achieved using a uniformly polarized light beam. Recently, researchers from Japan successfully gener...
This study is led by Prof. Dong Su (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences). Li ion imaging by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is the “holy grail” in the study of Li ion battery (LIB) materials.
Voima Ventures backs the development of an alternative to conventional quantum computer chips, making future computers more affordable, scalable, and sustainable.
Researchers have taken a major step towards 3D laser-printed materials that could be used in surgical procedures to implant or repair medical devices.
Ultrathin phosphorus semiconductors that become metallic when stacked can tackle resistance issues and boost transistor performance.
Weebit Nano Limited, a leading developer of advanced memory technologies for the global semiconductor industry, and SkyWater Technology, the trusted technology realisation partner, announce availability of Weebit’s resistive RAM (ReRAM) IP in SkyWater’s 130nm CMOS (S130) process.
A property of ferroelectric 2D materials has been disclosed by the materials scientist Boris Yakobson of Rice University and his collaborators. This property could be used as a feature in future devices.