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1 Fully recyclable printed electronics developed: New technique reclaims nearly 100% of all-carbon-based transistors while retaining future functionality of the materials
2 For The First Time, Electronics Printed On Paper Can Be Fully Recycled
3 A stretchable and suturable fiber sensor to monitor biomechanical tissue strain
4 Fully Recyclable Printed Electronics
5 Engineers Have Developed the World’s First Fully Recyclable Printed Electronics
6 Kane County recycling event gives residents a chance to do some spring cleaning
7 An on-skin device to measure sweat—rate, loss and temperature—in real-time
8 Scientists create the World's first fully recyclable printed Electronics
9 Oldest African burial site uncovers Stone Age relationship with death
10 How to Choose the Right Protection for Your Circuit
11 Researchers identify a strategy to achieve large transport gap modulation in graphene
12 MIT turns 'magic' material into versatile electronic devices
13 Graydon O. Rogers | Obituary | The Daily Star
14 Arrow Electronics' (ARW) CEO Mike Long on Q1 2021 Results
15 Wearable devices and the promising future of personalised diagnostics
16 Can Ultra-Sensitive Strain Sensors Be Made to Serve Advanced Robotics?
17 Mark Reed, Director of Undergraduate Studies for Electrical Engineering, dies at 66
18 Renesas' Deleveraging Delayed by Dialog Acquisition, Naka Fire
19 Towards 2D memory technology by magnetic graphene
20 IEC Electronics Corp (IEC) CEO Jeffrey Schlarbaum on Q2 2021 Results
21 Arrow Electronics Inc (ARW) Q1 2021 Earnings Call Transcript
22 A single spin-orbit torque device to sense 3D magnetic fields
23 Taiwanese university discovers groundbreaking technique driving quantum innovation
24 Reversible fusion-fission fibers
25 Taiwan's Pandemic Resilience Strengthens Credit Buffers
26 Strong on Corrosion, Gentle on Nature!
27 Co-designing electronics with microfluidics for more sustainable cooling
28 Carmakers strip tech to save chips
29 Electronic skin: from flexibility to a sense of touch technology feature
30 US concludes USD 13 mln settlement with Honeywell
31 Smart Office and Smart Home Market Impressive Gains including key players General Electric Company, Emerson Electric Co., AMX LLC – KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper
32 LG Electronics works with Dutch firm to develop quantum computing technology for multiphysics simulation
33 Scientists develop device to 'communicate' with plants using electrical signals
34 Electronic Contract Design Engineering Market Is Booming Worldwide | Altadox, Plexus, Cal-Comp Electronics
35 Electronics tuned in twisted bilayer graphene
36 Hybrid chips can run AI on battery-powered devices | Stanford News
37 New transistor design disguises key computer chip hardware from hackers
38 Researchers realize resonant tunnelling diodes based on twisted black phosphorus homostructures
39 Microchips of the future: Suitable insulators are still missing
40 With new design, stretchable electronics perform better under strain
41 Three-Dimensional Neural Networks Built by UMass Electrical Engineers Featured on the Cover of Nature Electronics
42 A new, positive approach could be the key to next-generation, transparent electronics
43 Unique Ag-hydrogel composite for soft bioelectronics created
44 Wearable-Tech Glove Translates Sign Language into Speech in Real Time
45 An Innovative Pattern: Scientists Rewrite Rules for 2D Electronics
46 A deeper probe of electronic structure
47 Tactile textiles sense movement via touch
48 Automotive Seat Control Modules Market Size to Worth Around US$ 8.8 Bn by 2030
49 Implantable device can monitor and treat heart disease
50 Nanoscale imaging of dopant nanostructures in silicon-based devices
51 Tiniest secrets of integrated circuits revealed with new imaging technique
52 NTU Singapore scientists develop device to 'communicate' with plants using electrical signals
53 Polyurethane Elastomers Market, 2026
54 A Touch of Silver
55 Kimball Electronics celebrates Earth Day with nature photography contest
56 Programmable electronics based on the reversible doping of 2-D semiconductors
57 New Material Breakthrough Could Be the Key to Revolutionary, Transparent Electronics
58 Stretchable Electronics May Allow Wearable Sensors to Diagnose ALS
59 Study demonstrates the quenching of an antiferromagnet into high resistivity states
60 New Soft, Stretchable Biocompatible Artificial Skin
61 Flexible and transparent electronics fabricated using a two-dimensional semiconductor
62 Researchers review advancements in the development of stretchable transistors
63 Microsoft Develops Cryo-Controller Chip – Gooseberry – for Quantum Computing
64 A robot arm toting a Venus flytrap can grab delicate objects
65 New nanotransistors keep their cool at high voltages
66 Engineers Turned Living Venus Flytrap Into Cyborg Robotic Grabber
67 Reviewing recent advances in the development of non-reciprocal electronics
68 Researchers create a new transistor based on metal nanoparticles and ionic gradients
69 Computer-assisted Venus flytrap captures objects on demand
70 A new native oxide high-k gate dielectric for fabricating 2-D electronics
71 Radiation-immune and repairable chips to fabricate durable electronics
72 Tackling the number-one killer in my community
73 COVID-19 disruptions to tech-metals supply are a wake-up call
74 Soft robot reaches the deepest part of the ocean How robots made from soft materials can
75 Cutting-edge scale-out technology from Toshiba will take Fintech and Logistics to new level
76 Researchers Turned a Venus Flytrap Into a Robotic Gripper
77 Large exchange splitting in monolayer graphene coupled to an antiferromagnet
78 An operational amplifier fabricated using a 2-D semiconductor
79 Study reveals magnetic process that can lead to more energy-efficient memory in computers
80 Charges Cascading Along a Molecular Chain: Paving the Way for Information Transfer in Tiny Circuits
81 System Creates the Illusion of an Ideal AI Chip
82 How a soft robot survived the deepest ocean on earth nature video
83 Using digitally programmable metasurfaces to conduct space and frequency division multiplexing
84 The ethical questions that haunt facial-recognition research
85 A machine learning processing engine to build flexible devices with odor recognition capabilities
86 A robot made with a Venus flytrap can grab fragile objects
87 Nanoelectronics learn the same way as the human brain
88 Making the right contacts
89 Beyond qubits: Next big step to scale up quantum computing
90 Charges cascading along a molecular chain
91 A design to improve the resilience and electrical performance thin metal film based electrodes
92 Self-powered ultra-flexible electronics via nano-grating-patterned organic photovoltaics
93 MIT's New 'Smart Clothing' Measures Wearer's Movements
94 Inspired By Nature, Zymergen Brews High-Performance Bio-Electronics
95 Conductive nature in crystal structures revealed at magnification of 10 million times
96 Smart Clothes Measure your Movements
97 Lower current leads to highly efficient memory: Memory based on the physics of spintronics could offer high speeds at low power
98 Daily briefing: Oldest wooden relic could reshape history
99 Researchers create a hybrid technology that combines III-V tunnel FETs and MOSFETs
100 How blockchain will help miners meet evolving ESG demands