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2024
16 Feb 2024

Antenna in Package (AiP) for 5G and 6G 2024-2034: Technologies, Trends, Markets

IDTechEx Report: Dr Yu-Han Chang, Sona Dadhania and Dr James Edmondson
24 Jan 2024

Low-Loss Materials for 5G and 6G 2024-2034: Markets, Trends, Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Sona Dadhania, Dr Yu-Han Chang and Dr James Edmondson
8 Jan 2024

3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing 2024-2034: Technology and Market Outlook

IDTechEx Report: Sona Dadhania
3 Jan 2024

Emerging Alternative Leathers 2024-2034: Technologies, Trends, Players

IDTechEx Report: James Kennedy and Sona Dadhania
2023
21 Aug 2023

Li-ion Batteries and Battery Management Systems for Electric Vehicles 2024-2034

IDTechEx Report: Dr Alex Holland, Dr James Edmondson and Dr James Jeffs
28 Jun 2023

Materials and Processing for Advanced Semiconductor Packaging 2024-2034

IDTechEx Report: Dr Yu-Han Chang and Sona Dadhania
2022
9 Dec 2022

6G Market 2023-2043: Technology, Trends, Forecasts, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Yu-Han Chang and Sona Dadhania
27 Oct 2022

Electronic Skin Patches 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report: Dr Tess Skyrme and Dr Nadia Tsao
13 Oct 2022

New Technique Charges EV Battery in Just 10 Minutes

A breakthrough in electric vehicle battery design has enabled a 10-minute charge time for a typical EV battery. The record-breaking combination of a shorter charge time and more energy acquired for longer travel range was announced in the journal Nature.
6 Oct 2022

Polymer Additive Manufacturing 2023-2033: Technology and Market Outlook

IDTechEx Report: Sona Dadhania
27 Sep 2022

Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) Markets 2023-2040: Technologies, Players, and Forecasts

IDTechEx Report:
13 Sep 2022

Unique Ferroelectric Microstructure Revealed for The First Time

A team of researchers have observed and reported for the first time the unique microstructure of a novel ferroelectric material, enabling the development of lead-free piezoelectric materials for electronics, sensors, and energy storage that are safer for human use.
7 Sep 2022

Granular Hydrogel Bioink for Tissue Bioprinting

Every day in the United States, 17 people die waiting for an organ transplant, and every nine minutes, another person is added to the transplant waiting list, according to the Health Resources and Services Administration. One potential solution to alleviate the shortage is to develop biomaterials that can be three-dimensionally printed as complex organ shapes, capable of hosting cells and forming tissues.
2 Sep 2022

Deep Brain Stimulation Shows Promise Against Binge Eating Disorder

A small device that detects food craving-related brain activity in a key brain region, and responds by electrically stimulating that region, has shown promise in a pilot clinical trial.
2 Sep 2022

Remote Patient Monitoring 2023-2033: Technologies, Markets and Opportunities

IDTechEx Report: Dr Nadia Tsao and Dr Tess Skyrme
15 Aug 2022

Microrobotics in Endodontic Treatment, Diagnostics

With its irregularities and anatomical complexities, the root canal system is one of the most clinically challenging spaces in the oral cavity. As a result, biofilm not fully cleared from the nooks and crannies of the canals remains a leading cause of treatment failure and persistent endodontic infections, and there are limited means to diagnose or assess the efficacy of disinfection. One day, clinicians may have a new tool to overcome these challenges in the form of microrobots.
8 Aug 2022

Smart Microrobots Learn How to Swim and Navigate With AI

Researchers have been able to successfully teach microrobots how to swim via deep reinforcement learning, marking a substantial leap in the progression of microswimming capability. There has been tremendous interest in developing artificial microswimmers that can navigate the world similarly to naturally-occuring swimming microorganisms, like bacteria. Such microswimmers provide promise for a vast array of future biomedical applications, such as targeted drug delivery and microsurgery. Yet, most artificial microswimmers to date can only perform relatively simple maneuvers with fixed locomotory gaits.
7 Jul 2022

Shapeshifting Microbots Can Brush and Floss Teeth

In a proof-of-concept study, researchers from the School of Dental Medicine and School of Engineering and Applied Science shows that a hands-free system could effectively automate the treatment and removal of tooth-decay-causing bacteria and dental plaque.
30 Jun 2022

Haptics 2023-2033: Technologies, Markets, and Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr James Edmondson
15 Jun 2022

Rubber Camouflage Skin Exhibits Smart and Stretchy Behaviours

The skin of cephalopods, such as octopuses, squids and cuttlefish, is stretchy and smart, contributing to these creatures' ability to sense and respond to their surroundings. A Penn State-led collaboration has harnessed these properties to create an artificial skin that mimics both the elasticity and the neurologic functions of cephalopod skin, with potential applications for neurorobotics, skin prosthetics, artificial organs and more.