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Advantech Debuts New Web Operator Panels for Machine Manufacturing Industries

Advantech Debuts New Web Operator Panels for Machine Manufacturing Industries

Ideal for use in machine manufacturing industries such as semi-conductor manufacture, Advantech’s Industrial Automation Group has launched an exciting new range of Web operator panels. [More]
Study Results Provide New Insights into High-Temperature Superconductivity

Study Results Provide New Insights into High-Temperature Superconductivity

Researchers at EPFL have studied strange quantum events taking place in an innovative superconducting material, paving the way to understand high-temperature superconductivity better. $$IMAGE$$ The material they ha... [More]
Researchers Characterise Electronic and Magnetic Structure in Transition Metal Oxides

Researchers Characterise Electronic and Magnetic Structure in Transition Metal Oxides

Physicists at the University of Arkansas have led an international team of scientists in a study to characterise the magnetic and electronic structure in transition metal oxides. [More]
MIT Researchers Discover New Mathematical Relationship for Superconductors

MIT Researchers Discover New Mathematical Relationship for Superconductors

A research team from MIT has revealed a new mathematical link between temperature, material thickness and electrical resistance, which seems to be valid for all semiconductors. [More]
PMT Offers Acam-Messelectronic’s TDC-GP30 SoC Ultrasonic Flow Converter

PMT Offers Acam-Messelectronic’s TDC-GP30 SoC Ultrasonic Flow Converter

The new TDC-GP30system-on-chip (SoC) ultrasonic flow converter sets a new world standard formetering accuracy and power efficiency, deliveringresolution of <0.5 l/hr (0.13 gal/hr) with a 20-year AA-size Li-ion battery life.Developed by Acam-Messelectronic GmbH and available in North America exclusively through Precision Measurement Technologies, the TDC-GP30includes a 32-bit microprocessor in a convenient system-on-chip package that provides calibrated flow and temperature data via firmware with UART, SPI or pulse output. Itis ideal for a wide range of fluid-flow applications in HVAC, chemical/medical dosing systems and infusion pumps, as well as gas, heat and water meters. [More]
Graphene Patterns Created in Plastic Sheets with a Laser

Graphene Patterns Created in Plastic Sheets with a Laser

A research team from Rice University has succeeded in developing flexible multilayer graphene sheets, by patterning inexpensive polyimide sheets with a computer-controlled laser. [More]
University of Michigan Scientists Solve the Mystery of Samarium Hexaboride After Five Decades

University of Michigan Scientists Solve the Mystery of Samarium Hexaboride After Five Decades

University of Michigan scientists have discovered a number of properties of the compound samarium hexaboride, which may pave the way for next-generation electronics and quantum computers. [More]
Graphene-Ammonia Ferroelectric Junction Holds Promise for Next Generation of High-Speed RAM

Graphene-Ammonia Ferroelectric Junction Holds Promise for Next Generation of High-Speed RAM

A team researchers from UNL have enhanced the characteristics of a component used in the next-generation of high-speed RAM, using a common household chemical and a Nobel Prize-winning material. [More]
New Method Enables Transfer of One-Atom-Thick Films onto Flexible Substrates

New Method Enables Transfer of One-Atom-Thick Films onto Flexible Substrates

North Carolina University researchers have devised a new technique of transferring one-atom-thick semiconductor films to arbitrary substrates, which may help realize photonic devices or flexible computing. [More]
Researchers Develop All-in-One Nanopore Battery Array

Researchers Develop All-in-One Nanopore Battery Array

Researchers have developed an advanced, all-in-one nanopore battery array that has all the basic components of a battery. This innovation has implications to revolutionize miniaturization and integration of energy storage components. The project was a joint effort of chemists and materials scientists at the University of Maryland. [More]