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Monash develops world’s most efficient lithium-sulfur battery

Monash University researchers have developed the world's most efficient lithium-sulphur battery, capable of powering a smartphone for five continuous days.

3 Jan 2020 Science Advances

Stanford researchers build a particle accelerator that fits on a chip

Just as desktop PCs acquired some of the functions performed by room-sized mainframes, a Stanford team has prototyped a silicon chip that packs some of the punch delivered by ginormous particle accelerators.

2 Jan 2020 Science

In leap for quantum computing, silicon quantum bits establish a long-distance relationship

Princeton scientists demonstrate that two silicon quantum bits can communicate across relatively long distances in a turning point for the technology.

25 Dec 2019 Nature

A soft robotic insect that survives being flattened by a fly swatter

Researchers at EPFL's School of Engineering have developed a soft robotic insect, propelled at 3 cm per second by artificial muscles.

18 Dec 2019 Science Robotics

Researchers make robots from self-folding kirigami materials

Kirigami is an art form in which a single piece of paper is cut and folded to create new shapes and structures.

16 Dec 2019 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Imec, TNO and Cartamundi develop flexible tags that communicate with standard touch screens

Breakthrough IoT technology for IoT applications featured on cover of Nature Electronics.

16 Dec 2019 Nature Electronics

KAUST’s plastic biosensor finds sweet success

An electronic biosensor powered using the glucose in bodily fluids has been developed by KAUST researchers.

16 Dec 2019 Nature Materials

New tech allows Western neuroscientists to study virtual reality through sound

New technology at Western University will allow neuroscientists and audiologists to investigate simulated spaces through sound.

13 Dec 2019

A self-cleaning surface that repels even the deadliest superbugs

Researchers create the ultimate non-stick coating, with medical settings and food industry in mind.

13 Dec 2019 ACS Nano

The chiton mollusk, which is about 1 to 2 inches long, has a series of eight large plates and is ringed by a girdle of smaller, more flexible scales. The mollusk is the inspiration behind a 3D printed armor. CREDIT Virginia Tech

Chiton mollusk provides model for new armor design

10 Dec 2019 Nature Communications

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