ZenGUARD™: Graphene-based nanotechnology reduces transmission risk

Zentek’s ZenGUARD™ graphene-based nanotechnology filters and deactivates pathogens to reduce the risk of transmission, making higher risk work environments and social interactions safer. The team...

Chiral spin soliton lattice: Critical for global 6G developers

A research team from Osaka Metropolitan University has discovered that a magnetic structure called a chiral spin soliton lattice is vital for global 6G...

AI ethics and regulation to be revolutionised with £8.5m investment

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) revealed the UK's first key research program on AI ethics and regulation. AI ethics and regulation: Answering some...

Transforming the Internet of Things network with wireless transfer of power

Researchers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a cutting-edge device that could transform the Internet of Things network with the wireless transfer...

Self-driving cars revolutionised by wave absorption shielding technology

A research team from the Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS), has succeeded in developing the world’s first ultra-thin composite film, which is expected to revolutionise wave absorption shielding technology. A research team led by Dr Sang-Bok Lee and Byeongjin...

Scientists create pliable and printable free-form lithium-ion batteries

Scientists design stretchable, free-form lithium-ion batteries that can be printed on clothing and utilised in digital wearable devices. A Korean research team has developed a soft, mechanically deformable, and stretchable free-form lithium-ion battery, which can be used in the development...

Scientists develop quantum sensors with greater accuracy

A research team from the University of Innsbruck has developed a new concept that can be utilised to operate quantum sensors with even greater precision. Atomic clocks are the most efficient sensors mankind has ever developed. Currently, they can be...

Improving qubit storage for ultra-secure quantum telecommunications networks

A team of researchers at the University of Geneva have set the world record for qubit storage, moving one step closer to developing a quantum telecommunications network. Quantum physics has already facilitated groundbreaking technological advancements in many fields, such as...

Enhancing EU cybersecurity regulation and information security

The European Commission is boosting the EU’s cybersecurity regulation and information security to bolster resilience and response capacities against cyber threats and incidents. The European Commission has recommended the implementation of new rules to facilitate common cybersecurity and information security...

Novel technology developed to identify toxic materials in water

A research team from the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus (UBCO), has employed machine learning technology in order to identify toxic materials in water. What impact do these materials have? The toxic materials in water, produced from oil sands extraction,...

Scientists revolutionise robotic assistance devices

A research team from The Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU has adopted the stiffness in robots to combine it with the needed strength and safety to improve robotic assistance devices. A team of researchers from The Fraunhofer...

Solutions for energy saving mobile radio base stations

The ‘EdgeLimit-Green ICT’ project for the realisation of energy-saving mobile radio base stations has now commenced. Together with the University of Freiburg, and multiple other industrial partners, Fraunhofer Institutes IAF and IIS aim to develop and test an energy-efficient edge-cloud...

Researchers receive grant to revolutionise spintronic devices

A research team from the Technical University of Kaiserslautern (TUK) has been awarded a Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council (ERC), to develop spintronic devices. Why is spintronics important? Professor Dr Mathias Weiler, lead of the study, will receive €2m...

Scientists to revolutionise neuromorphic computer technology

A research team from the Technical University of Kaiserslautern has received a grant to build an artificial brain that will revolutionise neuromorphic computer technology. Junior Professor, Dr Phillipp Pirro from the Technical University of Kaiserslautern (TUK), has been awarded a...

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