A Chip to Measure Vacuums

Ian Rousseau, CEO of Hexisense, brings to the marketplace a gallium nitride-based chip that can measure vaccums © 2019 Alain Herzog Vacuums are an important part of the procedures... Read more »

Single-Electrode Material Streamlines Functions into a Tiny Chip

This illustration portrays on-chip electrochemical energy storage incorporated with thin-film electronic devices at the transistor level utilizing a single-electrode material for all devices.Reproduced with approval from referral one ©... Read more »

Electronic Chip Mimics the Brain to Make Memories in a Flash

RMIT scientists drew motivation from an emerging tool in biotechnology – optogenetics – to establish a gadget that reproduces the method the brain shops and loses details. Optogenetics permits... Read more »

Chip Design Drastically Reduces Energy Needed to Compute with Light

A brand-new photonic chip design drastically reduces energy needed to compute with light, with simulations recommending it might run optical neural networks 10 million times more effectively than its... Read more »

Quantum Scientists Demonstrate World-First 3D Atomic-Scale Quantum Chip Architecture

Research study authors Dr Joris Keizer and Teacher Michelle Simmons UNSW scientists at the Centre of Quality for Quantum Calculation and Interaction Technology (CQC2T) have actually revealed for the... Read more »

NIST Chip Lights Up Optical Neural Network Demo

NIST’s grid-on-a-chip disperses light signals exactly, showcasing a possible brand-new style for neural networks. The three-dimensional structure makes it possible for intricate routing plans, which are required to imitate... Read more »

Integrating Optical Components into Existing Chip Designs

Scientists have actually established a strategy for putting together on-chip optics and electronic independently, which allows using more contemporary transistor innovations. Image: Amir Atabaki 2 and a half years... Read more »

NUS Scientists Develop Novel Chip for Fast and Accurate Disease Detection at Low Cost

NUS Engineering scientists have actually established an affordable microfluidic chip that can rapidly and properly discover and measure nano-bioparticles utilizing just a basic lab microscopic lense with no fluorescent... Read more »