Engineering

Researchers develop on-chip printed 'electronic nose'

Skoltech researchers and their colleagues from Russia and Germany have designed an on-chip printed "electronic nose" that serves as a proof of concept for this kind of low-cost and sensitive devices to be used in portable ...

Engineering

Cashing in on additive manufacturing

Three-dimensional printing, 3-D printing, has developed steadily over the last three decades or so. It has become, if not commonplace, then more well-known and utilized in wide-ranging industries, it is. It has been something ...

Engineering

Novel device lenses for wireless communications

,University of Delaware Professor Mark Mirotznik and others in UD's Additive Manufacturing Technology Center are developing novel device lenses for wireless communications that could usher in a new wave of capabilities.

Machine learning & AI

Saudi to invest $20 billion in AI by 2030

Saudi Arabia announced Thursday it will invest $20 billion in artificial intelligence projects by 2030, as the oil-rich country seeks to diversify its economy amid slumping crude prices.

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