Thought zero-power brain implants were a Hollywood fantasy? Not if DARPA succeeds in research now under way.
As 3-year project concludes, European partners detail their achievements in performance improvements and efficiency.
Team led by Bochum's Martina Havenith develops new method to measure real time heat and energy changes at protein-solvent interface.
Pattern-recognition technique does not rely on fluorescent labeling and works with tiny sample volumes.
Researchers in Italy develop compact spectroscopy tool claimed to be ten times cheaper than radio-carbon dating.
Rhode Island sensor firm also releases developer kit to support integration and testing activity.
Integrated photonics systems based on graphene and silicon photonics could improve network performance while cutting costs.
Team from Heinrich Hertz Institut in Germany to present laser-based terahertz system at Hannover Messe later this month.
Project at Royal Institute of Technology cuts lignin, nano-engineers transparency for new PV and architectural materials.
£2.7M from EPSRC to support four studies including pulsed laser deposition to make laser crystals.
Finding published in Science suggests simple way to generate 'huge gains' in energy efficiency.
Sumitomo Electric sets “new records of low attenuation in low spatial mode dispersion transmission”.