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Thin, Flexible, Lower-Cost Motion Sensors Developed

Engineers in the U.S. and France created and tested motion-detecting sensors more flexible and thinner than today’s sensors, and made with a low-cost process. . . . → Read More: Thin, Flexible, Lower-Cost Motion Sensors Developed

Microchips Designed for Tracking Bodily Functions

Engineering researchers designed a tiny chip device that identifies precise locations inside the body, a key feature for ingestible medical devices. . . . → Read More: Microchips Designed for Tracking Bodily Functions

Wearable-Implant Diagnostics Device in Development

A university engineering lab is developing a device combining a sensor chip implanted under the skin and wrist band to diagnose serious diseases and transmit the data. . . . → Read More: Wearable-Implant Diagnostics Device in Development

Darpa Funding Research on Brain-Digital Implants

The advanced research agency in Department of Defense is supporting six new projects on neural devices that connect the brain to digital technologies to restore sensory functions. . . . → Read More: Darpa Funding Research on Brain-Digital Implants

Battery-Free Cell Phone Demonstrated

A computer science and engineering team demonstrated a prototype cell phone that sends and receives calls, but operates with power from ambient light and radio signals. . . . → Read More: Battery-Free Cell Phone Demonstrated

NSF Supports Chip Enabling Low-Power Electronics

An engineering lab at University of Texas in San Antonio received a grant to assess the commercial potential for a chip that lets electronic devices work with much less power. . . . → Read More: NSF Supports Chip Enabling Low-Power Electronics

Breath Diagnostic Device Built on Common Computer Chip

A device acting like an electronic nose to analyze exhaled breath to diagnose disease is being developed at an engineering lab at University of Texas in Dallas. . . . → Read More: Breath Diagnostic Device Built on Common Computer Chip

Graphene Chip Detects DNA, RNA Mutations

Biosensor chip with a double stranded DNA probe embedded on a graphene transistor (University of California, San Diego)

15 June 2016. A biomedical engineering team developed a chip built on graphene that detects mutations in genetic material, for eventual use in mobile diagnostics equipment. Researchers from University of California in San Diego, led by . . . → Read More: Graphene Chip Detects DNA, RNA Mutations

Sensor Patch Tracks Chemical, Physical Vital Signs

Chem-Phys patch demonstrated by co-author Amay Bandodkar (University of California, San Diego)

24 May 2016. Engineers at University of California in San Diego developed a patch device worn on the skin with sensors that measure chemical indicators as well as physical vital signs. The UC-San Diego team that designed the device published its findings . . . → Read More: Sensor Patch Tracks Chemical, Physical Vital Signs

Chip Designed for Efficient, Mobile Neural Networks

(geralt, Pixabay)

4 February 2016. An engineering lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology designed a new processing chip that could allow running of neural networks on mobile devices. A team led by electrical engineering and computer science professor Vivienne Sze described and demonstrated the new chip on 2 February at the International Solid State . . . → Read More: Chip Designed for Efficient, Mobile Neural Networks