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RESEARCHERS at the University of Newcastle have hand-built a laser microscope utilising plans, parts and technical advice from the Internet.
THE QUEENSLAND University of Technology (QUT) has hosted an event, exploring the future of human interactivity with autonomous cars.
AS HEALTHCARE and ICT industries converge, there will be major growth for the global medical device market, reaching US$539.5 billion in 2020, says TrendForce.
A TEAM of researchers who demonstrated that an end-to-end network can cut its energy use by 98 percent, while still increasing its traffic, has been named finalists at the 2016 Edison Awards.
FLEXIBLE computer displays and revolutionary miniature cameras are a possibility, thanks to the world’s thinnest lens.
MORE than 1000 students from around the world will participate in a robot building competition taking place in Sydney on 17 to 19 March.
SCIENTISTS in the US have found a way to use a simple manufacturing technique to build a high-capacity battery material that protects itself from damage.
DR NEERAJ Sharma, from UNSWs School of Chemistry, is developing next-generation rechargeable batteries that couple with solar cells, and run on seawater.
CORNELL University researchers have developed a material which emits light and stretches to more than six times its original size, with possible applications as the “skin” of soft robots.
EUROPEAN researchers have developed rolls of flexible lighting foils that can be produced en masse, paving the way for cheaper solar cells, LED panels and flexible electronics.
RESEARCHERS at Monash University have designed an alternative to the inflating “cuff” for measuring blood pressure.
WESTERN Australian company Wangle Technologies has agreed with Israel-based Power Skills to design, build and deploy a microchip integrating its data-optimisation technology.
NANOSTRUCTURED silicon field-effect transistors are at the centre of an ultrasensitive cancer sensing technology developed by a collaborative team from UniSA and researchers from Germany.
NEC has developed a prototype of an A4-sized massive-element Active Antenna System (AA)S for 5G small cell base stations.
SOLAR cells which can be submerged in water, and produce clean, renewable fuel by splitting water into its chemical components may not be far off.
MICROSCOPIC electronics will allow paralysed patients to use their thoughts to walk, thanks to a project to develop a “stentrode”.
ENGINEERS at the University of Utah have discovered a new kind of 2D semiconducting material, opening the door for faster computing devices that also consume less power.
SCIENTISTS have developed a simple and powerful method for creating resilient, customised and high-performing graphene: by layering it on top of glass.
IDTECHEX says a major new market could lie in the development of barrier layers for flexible electronics.