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Nanowire use could be advanced in silicon photonics by control of...

A new way to grow nanowire networks has been developed in a highly controlled and fully reproducible manner by researchers from the Swiss Federal...

India to have its first B.Tech Programme in Artificial Intelligence at...

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad is already offering a full-fledged B.Tech Programme in Artificial Intelligence from the academic year 2019-20. It has become...

Researchers stretch the limits of flexible electronics for new biomedical device

The flexible device is put through its paces. A new stretchable, flexible biomedical device could lead to electronics as multifunctional and high-performing as today’s...

IIIT Hyderabad launches Advanced Certificate Blockchain Technologies

IIIT Hyderabad in association with TalentSprint has announced the launch of an Advanced Certificate Program on Blockchain Technologies and Solutions. This closely follows their earlier...

New Form of Light Could Enable Quantum Computing with Photons

Try a quick experiment: Take two flashlights into a dark room and shine them so that their light beams cross. Notice anything peculiar? The...

Li-Ion Might Soon Get Replaced With This New Energy Storage Battery...

Li-ion is now the dominant stationary energy storage battery for electric utilities. However, an innovative molten-electrode battery produced by MIT researchers may be in...

Now Volumetric 3D Printing Will Build Complex Parts in Matter of...

While additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3D printing, is enabling engineers and scientists to build parts in configurations and designs never possible before, the...

Silicon Integration With 2D Material Could Shake Up Photonics

Researchers at MIT have developed a fabrication method for integrating silicon photonics with layered two-dimensional material molybdenum ditelluride (MoTe2) to create a single device...
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