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2015-04-27
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A 12 gram µTug (micro tug) robot moves objects 2000 times its size on glass (steel objects without wheels or lubrication) enabled by gecko adhesives. This capability is comparable to a human dragging a blue whale. Even...
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Scientists at Switzerland’s École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have enabled paralyzed rats to walk on their own again using a combination of electrical and chemical stimulation. But applying this method to...
2015-04-24
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Add this to a full sized car, you would have the Mach 6 from Speed Racer the movie.
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This prosthetic robot hand is controlled via "shared autonomy", where the user sends bio-signals to the electronics embedded in the hand to enable movement. The firmness of the grip can be controlled as well. The...
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Create printed circuit boards at home in minutes with Squink from BotFactory, a specialized 3D printer with swappable heads. The first applies conductive ink to a substrate, the 2nd applies conductive glue dots, and the...
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Introducing Asynchronous SRAMs with Error Correcting Code (ECC)
2015-04-23
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Thanks to advances in flexible electronics, Berkeley engineers, in collaboration with colleagues at UC San Francisco, have created a new "smart bandage" that uses electrical currents to detect early tissue damage from...
2015-04-22
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NASA's Johnson Space Center built this fully electric Modular Robotic Vehicle (MRV) in order to advance technologies that have applications for future vehicles both in space and on Earth. It has no mechanical linkages to...
2015-04-21
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This video explains what causes soft errors, why you should worry about soft errors and how Cypress' Asynchronous SRAM with On-Chip ECC is the best way to deal with soft errors.
2015-04-16
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In this video, a new high speed CMOS output comparator family, the LTC6752, is introduced. The comparators exhibit extremely high toggle rates of 280 MHz and very low propagation delays of only 2.9ns. An overview of...
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Active balancing of series connected battery stacks exists for many common battery chemistries, but up until now not for lead acid. Skepticism abounds as to the need and benefit of active balancing for lead acid batteries...
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Linear Technology’s LT3952 is a versatile 60V LED driver that is easy to use in different DC/DC converter topologies. It has a powerful 4A internal low-side MOSFET that helps deliver up to 25W from a typical car battery...
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The LTC2975 is a four-channel PMBus Power System Manager with input energy monitoring for comprehensive power system management. It belongs to a family of Power System Management (PSM) devices designed to transform...
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Thank you for a friemdly, calm and non condescending explanation,
2015-04-15
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Researchers at NIST and NIH have devised and demonstrated a shape-shifting probe about one-hundredth as wide as a human hair that can carry out high-resolution remote biological sensing not possible with current...
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ONR's (Office of Naval Research) LOCUST (LOw-Cost Unmanned aerial vehicle Swarming Technology) test system can rapidly launch up to 30 drones. The tube-launched UAVs (designed by BAE Systems) unfold after they are...
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