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2022
24 Nov 2022

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Markets 2023-2043

IDTechEx Report: Dr Hydra Rodrigues
9 Nov 2022

Materials Informatics 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report: Sam Dale and Dr Richard Collins
13 Oct 2022

Citrine Informatics

Citrine Informatics provides a materials/chemicals informatics platform which is deployed to customers as a cloud service. The company believes it leads on training on small datasets. IDTechEx spoke to Citrine Informatics' CEO and Co-founder Greg Mulholland and Director of Marketing Joshua Tappan.
6 Oct 2022

Nanoprinting Electrodes for Customized Treatments of Disease

Researchers have pioneered the CMU Array—a new type of microelectrode array for brain computer interface platforms. It holds the potential to transform how doctors are able to treat neurological disorders.
16 Sep 2022

Multi-Electrode Printed Bioelectronic Patches

Using thin-film electronic patches or the so-called electronic "tattoos" for biomonitoring is paving the way for the future of healthcare in terms of better signal quality, higher patient comfort and wearability.
6 Sep 2022

Accelerating Commercialisation of Soft and Stretchable Electronics

The next generation of robotic technology will produce soft machines and robots that are safe and comfortable for direct physical interaction with humans and for use in fragile environments. Unlike rigid electronics, soft and stretchable electronics can be used to create wearable technologies and implantable electronics where safe physical contact with biological tissue and other delicate materials is essential.
19 Aug 2022

Hebi Robotics

Hebi Robotics is a venture capital-based start-up that specializes in robotic actuation and engineering solutions. The company's technologies include actuators, end-effectors (grippers), camera modules, passive knuckle encoders, and many others.
16 Aug 2022

AI Pilot Can Navigate Crowded Airspace

A team of researchers have developed the first AI pilot that enables autonomous aircraft to navigate a crowded airspace. The artificial intelligence can safely avoid collisions, predict the intent of other aircraft, track aircraft and coordinate with their actions, and communicate over the radio with pilots and air traffic controllers. The researchers aim to develop the AI so the behaviors of their system will be indistinguishable from those of a human pilot.
26 Jul 2022

Drop by Drop: MXene in Complex 3D Device Architectures

Despite being only a few atoms thick, MXene packs a powerful punch. This class of single layer, two-dimensional nanomaterials exhibits desirable properties like excellent thermal and electrical conductivity, heat resistance and high specific surface area. These characteristics promise to revolutionize high-performance electronic devices and energy storage systems.
23 May 2022

AI to Help Autonomous Vehicles Avoid Idling at Red Lights

No one likes sitting at a red light. But signalized intersections aren't just a minor nuisance for drivers; vehicles consume fuel and emit greenhouse gases while waiting for the light to change. What if motorists could time their trips so they arrive at the intersection when the light is green? While that might be just a lucky break for a human driver, it could be achieved more consistently by an autonomous vehicle that uses artificial intelligence to control its speed.
4 May 2022

Carbon Dioxide Utilization 2022-2042: Technologies, Market Forecasts, and Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Hydra Rodrigues
3 May 2022

Ultrasound System Targets Mouth, Creates Virtual Reality Haptic Effect

Lips are famously sensual but, together with the gums and tongue, they are also surprisingly sensitive, second only to the fingertips in nerve density. Researchers have exploited this latter characteristic to devise a practical new way for people to receive tactile feedback in virtual worlds.
25 Apr 2022

CarbonBuilt

CarbonBuilt is a US-based company developing a modular solution to permanently embed carbon dioxide from flue gas into precast concrete blocks.
26 Jan 2022

Mobile Robotics in Logistics, Warehousing and Delivery 2022-2042

IDTechEx Report: Dr James Jeffs
2021
6 Dec 2021

Self-Healing Materials Markets 2022-2042

IDTechEx Report: Dr Richard Collins and Dr Xiaoxi He
5 Nov 2021

ReSkin Could Help Researchers Discover a Sense of Touch

Picking up a blueberry or grape without squishing it isn't hard, but try teaching it to a robot. The same goes for walking on ice, turning a key to unlock a door or cooking a favorite dish. When it comes to the senses, touch remains a challenge for artificial intelligence and robotics researchers.
19 Oct 2021

New Fibres Make Breath-Regulating Garments

"Robotic" textiles could help performers and athletes train their breathing, and potentially help patients recovering from postsurgery breathing changes.
11 Oct 2021

Deep Brain Stimulation Has Promising Results for Parkinson's Treatment

Researchers have found a way to make deep brain stimulation more precise, resulting in therapeutic effects that outlast what is currently available.
1 Oct 2021

Concrete and Cement Reinvented: Growing the Market, Decarbonising 2022-2042

IDTechEx Report: Dr Hydra Rodrigues, Sona Dadhania and Dr Richard Collins
6 Sep 2021

CarbonCure Technologies

CarbonCure Technologies is a Canadian carbon tech company that incorporates waste carbon dioxide from emissions into fresh concrete to reduce its carbon footprint. In September 2021, IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Hydra Rodrigues spoke to Dr Sean Monkman, Senior Vice President of Technology Development at CarbonCure.