The global use of large-scale batteries for electric vehicles and renewable energy storage has been leading the demand for lithium higher. To meet this growth,
MIT engineers have developed a soft, gel-like material that could replace traditional metal electrodes. Introduced in Nature Materials, this revolutionary material, considered a high-performance conducting
Traditional methods of 3D-printing metal objects involve the application of heat. However, this poses limitations when it comes to producing heat-sensitive electronics and similar items.
The British fusion power company Tokamak Energy will test its magnet technology in a laboratory from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The goal is
Tracking vital signs, such as heart rate, blood pressure, and cardiac output, requires precise and continuous measurements. A new ultrasound breakthrough could ensure effective cardiovascular
Battery manufacturing is on a roll. It’s set to expand exponentially by 2030. A recent report by McKinsey & Company, in fact, projects the Global
A team of researchers at Washington State University has developed a technology that could enable biochar to increasingly absorb carbon dioxide. The results, published on
Bosch, the German technology and engineering company, acquired TSI Semiconductors, a California chip producer. Bosch also revealed plans to invest $1.5 billion in this U.S.