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Researchers at Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN) have developed wearable yeast "microbreweries" within disposable badges that can be used to monitor a user's radiation exposure when read by an electronic device.
A research effort led by Purdue University has developed a protective metamaterial "cladding" that prevents light from leaking out of the curvy pathways it would travel in a computer chip. In the future this could enable traditional computer chip components to be replaced with light-based counterparts – making electronic devices faster due to the wide bandwidth of light.
A research effort led by Purdue University has developed a protective metamaterial "cladding" that prevents light from leaking out of the curvy pathways it would travel in a computer chip. In the future this could enable traditional computer chip components to be replaced with light-based counterparts – making electronic devices faster due to the wide bandwidth of light.
The CSS range of high power current sense resistors from Bourns can now be sourced in Europe through TTI.
Artesyn Embedded Technologies has launched an AC-DC single-output enclosed power supply for 3000 W output power for test equipment.