Let it flow: Recreating water flow for virtual reality

The physical laws of everyday water flow were established two centuries ago. However, scientists today struggle to simulate disrupted water flow virtually, e.g., when a hand or object alters its flow.

Electronics & Semiconductors

A breakthrough way to train neuromorphic chips

Using a biosensor to detect cystic fibrosis as the test case, TU/e researchers have devised an innovative way to train neuromorphic chips as presented in a new paper in Nature Electronics.


Researchers develop algorithm for safer self-driving cars

In a promising development for self-driving car technology, a research team at NYU Tandon School of Engineering has unveiled an algorithm—known as Neurosymbolic Meta-Reinforcement Lookahead Learning (NUMERLA)—that could ...

Energy & Green Tech

Tracking US progress on the path to a decarbonized economy

Investments in new technologies and infrastructure that help reduce greenhouse gas emissions—everything from electric vehicles to heat pumps—are growing rapidly in the United States. Now, a new database enables these ...


AI model speeds up high-resolution computer vision

An autonomous vehicle must rapidly and accurately recognize objects that it encounters, from an idling delivery truck parked at the corner to a cyclist whizzing toward an approaching intersection.

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