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Graphene in Consumer Goods: Revolution or Evolution, Asks IDTechEx

11/27/2023 | PRNewswire
Since its isolation in 2004, graphene has received widespread attention as a 'wonder' material, with the reported potential to enable a whole host of next-generation technologies, some of which would not be out of place in the latest sci-fi blockbuster.

Chung-Ang University Scientist Develops New Antiferromagnetic Superconducting Spin Valves

11/24/2023 | PRNewswire
Superconductors are materials that offer no resistance to electrical current flowing through them. Combining their study with spintronics, which deals with the intrinsic spin of electrons and their use in electronics, has paved the way for the new field of superconducting spintronics.

Machine Learning Techniques Improve X-ray Materials Analysis

11/21/2023 | ACN Newswire
Researchers of RIKEN at Japan’s state-of-the-art synchrotron radiation facility, SPring-8, and their collaborators, have developed a faster and simpler way to carry out segmentation analysis, a vital process in materials science.

SHENMAO Holds Celebration for 50 Years of Quality Solder Innovation

11/17/2023 | SHENMAO
SHENMAO Technology is proud to commemorate its 50th anniversary. Founded in 1973, SHENMAO has witnessed the evolution of Taiwan’s electronics industry, playing a pivotal role in shaping the landscape of solder materials and setting new industry stanards.

A Bio-inspired Twist on Robotic Handling

11/16/2023 | ACN Newswire
The subtle adhesive forces that allow geckos to seemingly defy gravity, cling to walls and walk across ceilings have inspired a team of researchers in South Korea to build a robotic device that can pick up and release delicate materials without damage.
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