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Blog: Electronics & Computers
A University of Pennsylvania team demonstrated memory technology capable of enduring temperatures as high as 600 °C — more than twice the tolerance of any commercial drives on the market — and these characteristics were maintained for more than 60 hours.
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INSIDER: Manufacturing & Prototyping

Scientists have created innovative soft robots equipped with electronic skins and artificial muscles, allowing them to sense their surroundings and adapt...

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Quiz: Photonics/Optics
The science of transmitting data, voice, and images by the passage of light through thin, transparent fibers, fiber optics play a pivotal role in our daily lives. How much do you know about fiber optics? Find out with this quiz.
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Technology Leaders: AR/AI
The Copernicus program is a European Union (EU) initiative for Earth observation and environmental monitoring. Its primary objective is to provide accurate, timely, and reliable information for environmental and security purposes.
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INSIDER: Data Acquisition

Jellyfish can't do much besides swim, sting, eat, and breed. They don't even have brains. Yet, these simple creatures can easily journey to the depths of the oceans in a way that humans,...

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INSIDER: Medical

The idea of injecting microscopic robots into the bloodstream to heal the human body is not new. It’s also not science fiction.

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Blog: Data Acquisition
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) gave birth to the Internet of Things (IoT), but applications of the IoT are growing at an uneven pace due to real-world constraints beyond the capabilities of the technology.
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Q&A: Data Acquisition
Aditya Arun and his team from the Wireless Communication Sensing and Network Group (WCSNG) at the University of California San Diego have developed an asset localization system that uses wireless signals to track physical objects with centimeter-level accuracy in real time, and then generates a virtual representation of these objects.
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Quiz: Manufacturing & Prototyping
The industrial internet of things (IIoT) is the result of an evolution of technology that started with the invention of the programmable logic controller (PLC) in 1968. It has blossomed in recent years with the incorporation of artificial intelligence and advanced networking protocols. How much do you think you know about the IIoT? Try this quiz to check your knowledge.
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Podcasts: Automotive
The University of Michigan’s Automotive Research Center has a new five-year agreement with the U.S. Army for modeling, simulation, and digitally engineering the next generation of off-road autonomous vehicles.
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Briefs: Electronics & Computers
A multi-institutional project led by a Penn State researcher is focused on developing an all-in-one semiconductor device that can both store data and perform computations. The project recently received $2 million in funding over three years as part of the new National Science Foundation Future of Semiconductors (FuSe) program.
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INSIDER: Electronics & Computers

A new system that brings together real-world sensing and virtual reality would make it easier for building maintenance personnel to identify and fix issues in...

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INSIDER: Data Acquisition

A few years ago, MIT researchers invented a cryptographic ID tag that is several times smaller and significantly cheaper than the traditional radio frequency tags (RFIDs)...

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Blog: Software
Researchers from the University of Waterloo used artificial intelligence (AI) tools to help capture and analyze data from NHL games faster and more accurately than ever before; the work has big implications for the business of sports.
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Briefs: AR/AI
MIT researchers developed a machine-learning technique called Diffusion-CCSP. Diffusion models learn to generate new data samples that resemble samples in a training dataset by iteratively refining their output.
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INSIDER: Design

An international research group has engineered a novel high-strength flexible device by combining piezoelectric composites with unidirectional carbon fiber (UDCF), an anisotropic...

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INSIDER: Data Acquisition

MIT researchers have developed a battery-free, self-powered sensor that can harvest energy from its environment.

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Quiz: Test & Measurement
One of the benefits of modern digital technology is that industrial maintenance can be done in a more efficient way than ever before, by using a process called predictive maintenance (PdM). See how much you understand about it — take this quiz.
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INSIDER: Sensors/Data Acquisition

MIT engineers have developed a robotic replica of the heart’s right ventricle, which mimics the beating and blood-pumping action of live hearts.

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INSIDER: Data Acquisition

Understanding how energy moves in materials is fundamental to the study of quantum phenomena, catalytic reactions, and complex proteins. Measuring how energy...

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INSIDER: Physical Sciences

The 'wonder material' graphene is well-known for its high electrical conductivity, mechanical strength, and flexibility. Stacking two layers of...

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Blog: Materials
A new laser-based technique could speed up the discovery of promising metamaterials for real-world applications.
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Blog: Physical Sciences
LIGO scientists and engineers working together to observe gravitational waves have achieved the remarkable feat of surpassing the quantum limit.
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Podcasts: AR/AI
David Mazar, Vice President of Strategy and Growth, Spark Cognition Government Systems, is the guest on this episode of Here’s an Idea. He explains how his company’s AI-enabled digital maintenance tool is changing the way military aircraft are serviced.
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Blog: AR/AI
Big data and artificial intelligence are being used to model hidden patterns in nature, not just for one bird species, but for entire ecological communities across continents.
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INSIDER: Aerospace

NASA is demonstrating laser communications on multiple missions – showcasing the benefits infrared light can have for science and exploration missions transmitting...

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INSIDER: Medical

Robotic prosthetic ankles that are controlled by nerve impulses allow amputees to move more “naturally,” improving their stability, according to a new study from...

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Blog: AR/AI
A Salk team has created GlowTrack, a non-invasive movement tracking method that uses fluorescent dye markers to train AI.
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