New plasma techniques are contributing to the rapid development of new micro-electromechanical systems.
Graphene forms the basis of the world’s smallest accelerometer a team of scientists in Sweden and Germany has recently developed
Plasma printing pre-treatment contributes to increased print resolution with conductive nano inks on flexible polymer substrates.
An on-chip multi-wavelength IR sensor that can measure the thermal spectrum of matter.
The 25th Single Molecule Workshop brought together renowned researchers with young scientists in Berlin to discuss and exchange latest results in the...
A joint European project plans to create a soft robot made from a self-healing material, which can detect and localize a damage...
German researchers are developing a technology that produces cell-based biosensors that could give machines a sense of smell.
A new skin-mounted sensor uses the skin itself as a floating electrode, enabling low-power health monitoring and doubles as an electroluminescent display.
Body area networks based on near-field communication technology allow for inconspicuous medical sensing.
Non-invasive wearable devices are designed for biologging species in underwater environments.