Electronics & Semiconductors

Preventing static in the semiconductor process

The research team led by Professor Ju-Hyuck Lee of the Department of Energy Science and Engineering at DGIST has developed a static prevention technology using a triboelectric nanogenerator. The findings of this study facilitate ...

Business

Suddenly everyone wants 'super-hot' heat pumps

SINTEF has developed the world's "hottest" heat pump together with its industrial partners and colleagues at NTNU. It recently held its third conference on the topic of high-temperature heat pumps.

Computer Sciences

New mathematical method aids water prospecting and dam security

Scientists from Skoltech and St. Petersburg State University have proposed a mathematical method for interpreting data on underground water flows. The new technique is more efficient and provides more accuracy in imaging ...

Business

Apple supplier Foxconn unveils electric vehicles

Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn unveiled three electric vehicles on Monday, boosting its bid to be a major player in the rapidly expanding EV market as it seeks companies to partner with.

Energy & Green Tech

Ionophobic electrode boosts energy storage performance

Using renewable energy to replace fossil energy is now considered the best solution for greenhouse gas emission and air pollution problems. As a result, the demand for new and better energy storage technology is strong.

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