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  1. Tekla S. Perry IEEE Spectrum The Biostamp can replace today's clunky biomedical sensors I turn the key to start the little Ford SUV I’ve rented for my visit to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a message flashes briefly on ...
    24-06-2016
  2. Tekla S. Perry IEEE Spectrum Part 1 Right now, Rogers and his students are evaluating stretchable sensors that measure body temperature, monitor exposure to ultraviolet light, and check pulse and blood-oxygen levels. They’re also developing ...
    24-06-2016
  3. R. Colin Johnson EE Times Giants trying to catch-up to Microbial Robotics Intel , Microsoft and Autodesk are quietly investing in programming living organisms potentially merging biology with electronics. However, all three are playing catch-up to ...
    23-12-2015
  4. By Jin-Woo Han Meyya Meyyappan IEEE Spectrum This curious mash-up of vacuum tube and MOSFET could one day replace traditional silicon In September 1976, in the midst of the Cold War, Victor Ivanovich Belenko, a disgruntled Soviet pilot, veered off ...
    22-07-2015
  5. Supercomputer used to calculate electrical properties in approximately 20 hours Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. announces that it has successfully simulated the electrical properties of a 3,000-atom nano device a threefold increase over previous efforts ...
    26-03-2015
  6. Janine Love EDN Today, there is a printer called The EX¹ launching on Kickstarter. The inventors, three students who formed Cartesian Co. , demonstrate how you can quickly create circuit boards on paper, plastic, glass, wood, ceramic, ...
    02-02-2015
  7. One of the challenges of working with integrated circuits is as designers try to make ICs faster, the transistors become smaller and can’t handle as much voltage and the amount of variation grows. Plus, a single fault in the IC could mean a ...
    10-11-2014
  8. R Colin Johnson EE Times Memristors were conceived by electrical engineer Leon Chua in his seminal 1971 paper Memristor the Missing Circuit Element. Professor Leon Chua By mathematical necessity, according to Chua, a fourth passive electronics ...
    21-01-2013
  9. MIT engineers design new synthetic biology circuits that combine memory and logic. MIT engineers have created genetic circuits in bacterial cells that not only perform logic functions, but also remember the results, which are encoded in the ...
    24-12-2012
  10. While most people don’t give much thought about how goods are tracked and end up on store shelves in places like Walmart, a senior electrical engineering student at NDSU has been doing just that in his undergraduate research experience. Fargo ...
    01-11-2012

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