Bursting dynamics that mimic the functions of the human brain pave the way for more efficient AI systems.
High-throughput computational materials screening is turning out to be an efficient highway to optoelectronic semiconductor design.
Near-infrared sensors and displays developed based on the maximized efficiency of optical wavelength conversion.
A nanocarrier that can deliver siRNA into the lungs is investigated for the treatment of severe asthma and other lung diseases.
Researchers build multi-layer, flexible circuits in which the connections between circuit layers are made by ultrasonic welding.
Mystery solved! Scientists finally understand the origin of the colors observed in the first color photographs taken by physicist Edmond Becquerel in 1848.
Researchers report a fast and efficient titanium alloy processing technique that requires up to 50% less heat.
A cost‐effective and environmentally benign inkjet‐printing technique with resolution of less than 10 µm.
Bridging the gap between biology and electronics, researchers develop biocompatible materials for next generation biosensors, cell monitoring, neuromorphic computing, and more.
Researchers use the ancient art of Kirigami folding to create flexible electronic devices from paper and diversify the applications of next-generation sensors, robots, and diagnostic devices.
Controlling the probability of a series of seemingly random events is the key to mimicking the human brain to optimize neuromorphic learning.
Researchers at UT Austin hope their computer model of COVID-19 can help other scientists in developing new drugs against the virus.