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Bringing Secure Software for Autonomous Battlefield Ops

A soldier hand-launches a drone during operational testing at Fort Benning, Georgia. (U.S. Army Operational Test Command photo/Tad Browning)

Drones and other unmanned machines can save human lives on the battlefield, but adversaries could hack into their artificial intelligence software. Purdue University will be leading research in partnership with Princeton University on ways to protect the software of these autonomous systems by making their mac
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10/19/2020
Cree to sell LED Business to SMART Global Holdings, Inc.
Cree, Inc. announced that the Company has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its LED Products business unit (“Cree LED”) to SMART Global Holdings, Inc. for up to $300 million, including fixed upfront and deferred payments and contingent consideration. Under the terms of the agreement, which has
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10/19/2020
Bringing a Power Tool from Math into Quantum Computing
The Fourier transform is a mathematical operation essential to virtually all fields of physics and engineering. Although there already exists an algorithm that computes the Fourier transform in quantum computers, it is not versatile enough for many practical applications. In a recent study, scientists from Tokyo Un
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10/15/2020

General Electric to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2030
General Electric (GE) announced it is setting a goal to achieve carbon neutrality for its facilities and operational greenhouse emissions by 2030. However, this commitment does not address the emissions associated with its products (Scope 3). GE has recently announced that it is pursuing an exit from the new bu
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10/15/2020
Commercial Space Revenue Climbs to $336.89 Billion in 2019
In the newest quarterly issue of The Space Report, Space Foundation announced that space investment in Q3 2020 gained strength with more than $6 billion gained through acquisitions, buyouts, and private equity financing. Acquisitions and buyouts in Q3 totaled more than $3.3 billion in disclosed value across 17
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10/13/2020
DOE's $65 Million Opportunity to Improve Building Efficiency
U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette has announced a $65 million U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) funding opportunity for technologies that allow energy-efficient buildings to interact with one another and the electric grid, to reduce emissions and improve grid flexibility. "I thank EPRI for hosting t
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10/13/2020
Making Disorder for an Ideal Battery

Three-dimensional surface of sodium ion diffusion in a hydroborate crystal. This new material forms a disordered yet highly symmetrical structure, allowing a mobility of sodium comparable to that of lithium in commercial battery.

The lithium batteries that power our electronic devices and electric vehicles have a number of drawbacks. The electrolyte - the medium that enables electrons and positive charges to move between the electrodes - is a flammable liquid. What's more, the lithium they're made of is a limited resource that is the focu
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10/12/2020
Engineers Print Wearable Sensors Directly on Skin w/out Heat

With a novel layer to help the metallic components of the sensor bond, an international team of researchers printed sensors directly on human skin.

Wearable sensors are evolving from watches and electrodes to bendable devices that provide far more precise biometric measurements and comfort for users. Now, an international team of researchers has taken the evolution one step further by printing sensors directly on human skin without the use of heat. Led by Huanyu
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10/12/2020
Building Nano-Thermometers for Temperature Imaging

These prototype nanoparticle cores for thermometry are 35 nm in diameter.

Cheaper refrigerators? Stronger hip implants? A better understanding of human disease? All of these could be possible and more, someday, thanks to an ambitious new project underway at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). NIST researchers are in the early stages of a massive undertaking to design
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10/09/2020
What Tiny Surfing Robots Teach us About Surface Tension

Flow pattern around a chemically active Marangoni surfer.

Spend an afternoon by a creek in the woods, and you're likely to notice water striders -- long-legged insects that dimple the surface of the water as they skate across. Or, dip one side of a toothpick in dish detergent before placing it in a bowl of water, and impress your grade schooler as the toothpick gently sta
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10/09/2020
How Stress and Corrosion Cracks Start in Aircraft Components
One small crack in an aircraft component can lead to major problems. The cracks can grow fast and damage metal components to the point of failure, but they are often hard to detect. In an effort to stop this problem as it starts, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency recently awarded UCF aerospace engineeri
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10/09/2020
A Cost-Efficient Electrocatalyst for Hydrogen Production

Schematic diagram of the step-by-step synthesis process for the preparation of Ti.MoP.

The key to promoting the hydrogen economy represented by hydrogen vehicles is to produce hydrogen for electricity generation at an affordable price. Hydrogen production methods include capturing by-product hydrogen, reforming fossil fuel, and electrolyzing water. Water electrolysis in particular is an eco-friendly me
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10/09/2020
New managing director at ROHM Semiconductor Europe

Wolfram Harnack is the new Managing Director of ROHM Semiconductor Europe GmbH

​​​​​​​As of October 1st 2020, Wolfram Harnack is the new Managing Director of ROHM Semiconductor Europe GmbH. He reports directly to the President of the company Toshimitsu Suzuki. ​​​​​​​As of October 1st 2020, Wolfram Harnack is the new Managing Director of ROHM Semiconductor Europe GmbH. He rep
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10/01/2020
Helsinki Energy Challenge Received Hundreds of Proposals
The application phase of the Helsinki Energy Challenge ended on 30 September. The competition inspired 252 teams from 35 countries from around the world to participate. The participating teams presented their proposals on how Helsinki can stop using coal for heat production as sustainably as possible by 2029
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10/06/2020