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Intel, Tyndall Renew Partnership to Explore Next-Generation Materials, Devices and Photonics Technologies

Intel, Tyndall Renew Partnership to Explore Next-Generation Materials, Devices and Photonics Technologies

Intel and Tyndall National Institute in Cork have announced the renewal of a $1.5 million research partnership. [More]
Sodium-Based Batteries Prove to be Prospective Alternative to Lithium-Based Batteries

Sodium-Based Batteries Prove to be Prospective Alternative to Lithium-Based Batteries

Sodium-based batteries have gained immense popularity as a potential alternative to lithium-based batteries because of the increased availability and cost-effective feature of sodium element. [More]
World Scientific's New Book Provides Comprehensive Overview of Flexible Electronics, New Material Development

World Scientific's New Book Provides Comprehensive Overview of Flexible Electronics, New Material Development

Remember the Minority Report acted by Tom Cruise some years ago? Well, the possibilities of what we have seen is now coming to past as the power of bending devices, is now made available through flexible electronics. [More]
Carbon Material from Loofah Sponges Could Improve Lithium Batteries

Carbon Material from Loofah Sponges Could Improve Lithium Batteries

The present-day mobile lifestyle relies on rechargeable lithium batteries. As a result, a big enhancement in the capacity is needed to move these storage devices to the next level - i.e. for extensive use in vehicles or to shore up the electric grid. [More]
New Perovskite Material Could Increase Output Power of Vacuum Electronics

New Perovskite Material Could Increase Output Power of Vacuum Electronics

Current electronic devices, such as X-ray machines and microwave ovens, are powered by strong, focused electrons beams and are found everywhere. However, several of the materials in those devices have on the whole not changed over the years. [More]
MIT Researchers Develop New Method to Improve Performance of Fuel Cells

MIT Researchers Develop New Method to Improve Performance of Fuel Cells

A team of researchers from MIT has formulated a realistic and physically-based method for treating the surface of materials known as perovskite oxides, to make them highly durable, and optimize their performance. [More]
Researchers Uncover Hidden Properties of Ferroelectric Materials

Researchers Uncover Hidden Properties of Ferroelectric Materials

Until recently, researchers were under the presumption that they had almost figured out the behavior of ferroelectric materials. [More]
SIGFOX and VT Networks Complete Roll out of Internet of Things Network in Ireland in Less than 8 Months

SIGFOX and VT Networks Complete Roll out of Internet of Things Network in Ireland in Less than 8 Months

Many Security and Utility-efficiency Applications already Connected, as the Two Companies Launch Programs to Grow the IoT Ecosystem [More]
University of Oregon Chemists Synthesize Stable and Long-Lasting Carbon-Based Molecule

University of Oregon Chemists Synthesize Stable and Long-Lasting Carbon-Based Molecule

University of Oregon chemists have synthesized a stable and long-lasting carbon-based molecule that, they say, potentially could be applicable in solar cells and electronic devices. [More]
CIB Electrodes Could Help Build Next -Generation Batteries

CIB Electrodes Could Help Build Next -Generation Batteries

Since the theoretical capacity of calcium ion batteries (CIBs) is double that of lithium ion batteries (LIBs), CIBs have garnered more attention as futuristic batteries to substitute LIBs. [More]