News - 31 Jan 2020
Engineers from North Carolina State University have developed a flexible device with the potential to tap heat energy from the human body and monitor health. The device outperforms all other flexible...
News - 30 Jan 2020
Lake Shore Cryotronics is pleased to announce that Quantum Design International (QDI) is now an authorized channel sales partner of Lake Shore products throughout Europe.
This partnership, which...
News - 23 Jan 2020
Human skin is an interesting, multifunctional organ. It has exclusive properties that arise from its compliant and flexible nature. It includes lots of receptors interconnected with the nervous...
News - 22 Jan 2020
Hidden metal objects are usually detected by conventional electromagnetic techniques, a majority of which involve large and heavy systems that need more electricity.
The magnetic gradient...
News - 9 Jan 2020
Scientists at U of T Engineering have created a super-stretchy, self-powering, transparent sensor with the ability to record the complex sensations of human skin.
Super stretchy, transparent and...
News - 4 Dec 2019
ECI Technology, a leading manufacturer of chemical analytical equipment for Semiconductors and Printed Circuit Board (PCB) manufacturing and WKK PCB Trading Ltd., a leading distribution company...
News - 4 Dec 2019
STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, has announced the shipment of its 1 billionth Time-of-Flight (ToF)...
News - 13 Nov 2019
To help engineers avoid costly downtime and equipment damage, the HBM Academy provides a range of online training courses to help attendees get the most from their tools.
This month, the...
News - 7 Nov 2019
Compact in design, FLIR Systems A8200sc and A8300sc MWIR cameras offer the speed and sensitivity researchers need to capture rapid thermal events and record the most accurate temperature...
News - 5 Nov 2019
Visualize a handheld electronic device capable of softening and deforming when attached to the skin. This could very well be the future of electronics.
A team of researchers from KAIST says...