The new sensors reliably and uniformly detected molecular signals, and their performance remained intact when tested again after two and a half months.
Researchers show that through aging the number of stem cells contributing to blood cell production significantly shifts.
A smart electronic nose that mimics the human nose with its millions of receptor cells and ability to differentiate smells.
An in-memory computing prototype provides a promising solution for edge computing systems to implement continual learning.
A miniaturized, tetherless needle offers a safe means of performing surgery, treating cancer, and performing diagnostic tests.
Through innovative, interdisciplinary work, chemist César Rodriguez-Emmenegger is seeking a way to communicate with biological systems.
Memristor-based sensing devices generate biological-like electrical signals that mimic those found in the brain for better computing.
Scientists have observed the mysterious death of a carbon-rich star, which was characterized by the mass ejection of matter into space.
A new approach to in-memory computing proposes a new set up to create an artificial synapse that can both store and process data.
With a re-imagined architecture, these new Schottky diodes are being developed for better communication devices.