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Microscopic Optical Sensor Circuits Demonstrated

OWIC sensors

Researchers exhibited solar-powered integrated circuit sensors with LED lights, smaller than can be seen with the naked eye, for mass production at low cost. . . . → Read More: Microscopic Optical Sensor Circuits Demonstrated

Proteins from Bacteria Generate Power for Wearables

Air-gen device

A collaboration of engineers and biologists created a way of producing electric power from humidity in the air with fine wires made of proteins from bacteria. . . . → Read More: Proteins from Bacteria Generate Power for Wearables

Semiconductors Developed to Emulate Nerve Cells

Solid state neuron

Physicists and neuroscientists created semiconductors that in lab simulations and tests with animal models perform like nerve cells for biological functions. . . . → Read More: Semiconductors Developed to Emulate Nerve Cells

Industry-Academic Team Studies Myelin Renewal

Nerve cells illustration

Researchers are studying techniques for blocking proteins that damage myelin, the protective coating on nerve cells, as occurs in multiple sclerosis and other diseases. . . . → Read More: Industry-Academic Team Studies Myelin Renewal

Bacteria Recruited to Produce Graphene

Anne Meyer

Labs in the U.S. and the Netherlands developed techniques to sustainably produce high-quality graphene with more capabilities, using a strain of bacteria. . . . → Read More: Bacteria Recruited to Produce Graphene

A.I. Chip Start-Up Raises $23M in Early Funds

A start-up enterprise is developing computer chips designed to run artificial intelligence, or A.I., applications but with an architecture it says can avoid memory logjams. . . . → Read More: A.I. Chip Start-Up Raises $23M in Early Funds

Chip Device Performs Detailed Cancer Cell Analysis

HydroSeq chip

A lab-on-a-chip device shows in tests with cancer patient blood samples to detect and analyze circulating tumor cells providing precise therapy targets. . . . → Read More: Chip Device Performs Detailed Cancer Cell Analysis

Crispr Used to Create Circuit-Like Genes

Half-adder circuit

A biotechnology team uses genome-editing to create synthetic genes acting like electronic circuits that can be arrayed in cells like computer components. . . . → Read More: Crispr Used to Create Circuit-Like Genes

NIH Funds Natural Hearing Restoration Technology

Florian Solzbacher

An international group of universities and companies is designing a next-generation device to restore more natural hearing to people suffering from hearing loss. . . . → Read More: NIH Funds Natural Hearing Restoration Technology

Spin-Off Producing Commercial-Grade Graphene

Graphene illustration

A company based on university lab research in the U.K. says it’s producing graphene, a promising carbon-based material, in quality and scale for electronics. . . . → Read More: Spin-Off Producing Commercial-Grade Graphene