This “all-gate approach” utilizes a “forest of nanowires all under control of the same gate.”
A new type of camera is being developed that has a much higher field of view than was previously possible.
Using a $100 commercial EEG, a team of researchers from UC Berkeley have developed a biometric login system that could allow "passthoughts" to become a reality.
NASA and the US Air Force Research Laboratory are looking for two to four companies to perform an evaluation of “advanced space-based applications” in 2020 to 2030.
Researchers using the Virginia Tech method may make it possible to power our homes from our gardens within the next 3 years.
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Henrich Hertz Institute have developed a LiFi prototype that is capable of 3 Gb/s in laboratory settings.
Researchers at Oregon State University may have found a way to delay the storage industry's trend to introduce heat assisted recording technology.
A team of scientists at the Los Alamos National Laboratory announced that it "successfully completed the first-ever demonstration of securing control data for electric grids using quantum cryptography."
Researchers at the Institute of Quantum Computing (IQC) of the University of Waterloo said that multi-particle quantum walks may be a key technology to create a scalable quantum computer for universal computation.
Scientists at Rutgers University claim that organic semiconductors can be rolled up like paper and withstand rugged handling.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released its latest World Energy Outlook (WEO) right on the heels of reporting that North America is on its way to become energy self-sufficient within 25 years.
As perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) is expected to hit its physical density limit at about 1 Tb per square inch, we are hearing about new and innovative ways how a technology that is in its core more than 40 years old can get another extension.
There is concern that the original kilogram does not represent the mass of the original kilogram anymore.
DARPA announced that it has created a tiny 2D optical phased array that is believed to enable new light amplification for detection and ranging (LADAR) applications.
NASA has made its first step beyond its more than 50 year-old radio wave-based Deep Space Network (DSN), to communicate with spacecraft.
Scientists at the University of Cambridge, the University of Gdansk, and the University College London say they have developed a new protocol for more efficient and complex teleportation.