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Automotive Magazine

Just click on the image and you will be redirected to our Automotive Magazine. The Automotive Market has seen a great deal of change in the past years. The unstoppable rise of electric vehicles as a disruptive propulsion technology, replacing internal combustion engines. As well as production bottle necks created by the semiconductor shortage. Since …

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IoT Magazine

IoT Magazine with 50+ pages of high class technical content Just click on the image and you will be redirected to our IoT Magazine. The Internet of Things Market has reached a staggering volume, and is expected to continue its growth in the future. According to several market research institutes, the overall market size will …

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Metal Free Battery

A metal free battery could be a game changer in the ecological footprint of battery powered devices. Our daily life as we know it would be not imaginable without batteries. There is no doubt about that. The remote powering of a huge variety of devices has brought comfort and convenience to mankind. It has influenced …

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Supercapacitor Tin

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A sustainable, powerful micro supercapacitor on tin base may be on the horizon, thanks to an international collaboration of researchers from Penn State and the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. Until now, the high-capacity, fast-charging energy storage devices have been limited by the composition of their electrodes — …

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Contactless Power Transmission

A team led by Technical University of Munich (TUM) physicists Christoph Utschick and Prof. Rudolf Gross has succeeded in making a coil with superconducting wires capable of transmitting power in the range of more than five kilowatts contactless and with only small losses. The wide field of conceivable applications include autonomous industrial robots, medical equipment, …

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Electronics Miniaturized

The recent synthesis of one-dimensional van der Waals heterostructures, a type of heterostructure made by layering two-dimensional materials that are one atom thick, may lead to new, miniaturized electronics that are currently not possible, according to a team of Penn State and University of Tokyo The recent synthesis of one-dimensional van der Waals heterostructures, a …

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Defrag SSD

It’s a normal situation everybody has experienced at least once. Read and write circles on your computer appear to be slower and slower. One of the usual procedures is the defragmentation of your hard drive. But is that a good idead with modern electronics? If you are using an SSD (Solid State Drive) you should …

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NASA Perseverance

After a nearly seven-month journey to Mars, NASA Perseverance rover is slated to land at the Red Planet’s Jezero Crater Feb. 18, 2021, a rugged expanse chosen for its scientific research and sample collection possibilities. But the very features that make the site fascinating to scientists also make it a relatively dangerous place to land …

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We reported about Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes and their usage in the electronics industry before. Now MIT researchers and colleagues discovered an important — and unexpected — electronic property of graphene, a material discovered only about 17 years ago that continues to surprise scientists with its interesting physics. The work, which involves structures composed of …

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Biden Electronics

The 2020 presidential elections in the United States were a lengthy and exhausting process. From rioters destroying business and private property, via irregularities in mail-in polling and last but not least, a fairly long counting process, accompanied by lawsuits from the current US president. In the end, the Democrats won the election, and Joe Biden …

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