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New Ways To Improve Batteries


Researchers around the world are racing to develop more efficient, denser, and safer battery technology, and they are reaching far beyond where research has gone before. Much of this is being driven by concern over exhaust from internal combustion engines, which are responsible for a significant portion of global CO2 emissions. Nearly all carmakers today have announced plans to develop batte... » read more

Manufacturing Bits: Jan. 18


Proton/antiproton measurements CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, has made a breakthrough in particle physics by conducting the world’s most precise measurements and comparisons between protons and antiprotons. The breakthrough can help scientists gain a better understand of particle physics as well as the origins and the composition of the universe. It can also bring n... » read more

Power/Performance Bits: Oct. 15


Probabilistic computing Researchers at Purdue University and Tohoku University built a hardware demonstration of a probabilistic computer utilizing p-bits to perform quantum computer-like calculations. The team says probabilistic computing could bridge the gap between classical and quantum computing and more efficiently solve problems in areas such as drug research, encryption and cybersecurit... » read more