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Advancement in Electronics Technology

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John Andrew Mañacop

on 6 January 2016

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Gift of Hearing (Robots)
John Andrew Mañacop, EcE
is the making, modification, usage, and knowledge of tools, machines, techniques, crafts, systems, and methods of organization, in order to solve a problem, improve a pre-existing solution to a problem, achieve a goal, handle an applied input/output relation or perform a specific function.
Scientists Use DNA to Assemble a Transistor from Graphene
Artificial Muscles Created Which Can Lift Loads 80 Times Its Weight, a First in Robotics
Computer Chip Based On Human Brain Developed
Today's computing chips are incredibly complex and contain billions of nano-scale transistors, allowing for fast, high-performance computers, pocket-sized smartphones that far outpace early desktop
computers, and an explosion in handheld tablets.
Helping Robots Become More Touchy-Feely, Literally: Paper-Thin E-Skin Responds to Touch by Lighting Up
ROAR (robotic operating system open-source audio recognizer)
A new milestone by engineers at UC Berkeley can help robots become more touchy-feely, literally.
What Are Memristors?
Memristors are basically a fourth class of electrical circuit, joining the resistor, the capacitor, and the inductor, that exhibit their unique properties primarily at the nanoscale.
How Self-Healing Microchips Recover
Scientists Demonstrate New Method for Harvesting Energy from Light
Graphene is a sheet of carbon atoms arrayed in a honeycomb pattern, just a single atom thick. It could be a better semiconductor than silicon -- if we could fashion it into ribbons 20 to 50 atoms wide.
New System Uses Low-Power Wi-Fi Signal to Track Moving Humans -- Even Behind Walls
The comic-book hero Superman uses his X-ray vision to spot bad guys lurking behind walls and other objects.
Electronics Advance Moves Closer to a World Beyond Silicon
The USB condom prevents your phone from picking up diseases from strange charging ports
The USB condom is a dongle that works by sitting between the phone and power source to control which pins are actually connected to the random charging port.
How about the
new gadgets today?
Scientists create new memories by directly altering neurons in the brain
The UCI neurobiologists say that this is the first evidence that memories can be created by directly altered neurons in the cerebral cortex.
Gesture-control peripheral makers Leap Motion and Haptix
Thank you.
John Andrew Mañacop
Engineering has created efficient artificial, or "robotic" muscles, which could carry a weight 80 times its own and able to extend to five times its original length when carrying the load -- a first in robotics. The team's invention will pave the way for the constructing of life-like robots with superhuman strength and ability.
Wi-Fi allows us to connect to the Internet by transmitting data through the air itself, but what if it could be used to power our devices wirelessly as well?
Researchers in the College of Engineering at Oregon State University have made a significant advance in the function of metal-insulator-metal, or MIM diodes, a technology premised on the assumption that the speed of electrons moving through silicon is simply too slow.
Intel moves to make 3D gesture control as pervasive as the mouse
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