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2019
14 Feb

Converting Wi-Fi signals to electricity with new 2-D materials

Imagine a world where smartphones, laptops, wearables, and other electronics are powered without batteries. Researchers from MIT and elsewhere have taken a step in that direction, with the first fully flexible device that can convert energy from Wi-Fi signals into electricity that could power electronics.
12 Feb

Cheaper way to light up OLED screens

Chemists have found a cheaper way to light up smartphone and TV screens, which could save manufacturers and consumers money without affecting visual quality. Copper is the answer, according to their study.
8 Feb

3D printed tires and shoes that self-repair

Instead of throwing away your broken boots or cracked toys, why not let them fix themselves? Researchers have developed 3D-printed rubber materials that can do just that.
2018
19 Sep

Decoding robotic surgery skills

Researchers are looking to technology to help deconstruct expert surgeons' robotic surgery skills so they can create an objective, standardized way to train the next generation of surgeons.
18 Sep

Flexible, Printed and Thin Film Batteries 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Xiaoxi He
21 May

Wearable Technology 2018-2028: Markets, Players, Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: James Hayward
15 May

Redox Flow Batteries 2018-2028: Markets, Trends, Applications

IDTechEx Report: Dr Lorenzo Grande
28 Mar

Plant-inspired material could help clean up oil spills

Using 3-D printing researchers have successfully mimicked a biological phenomenon in plant leaves called the "Salvinia effect."
13 Feb

AI computer vision breakthrough IDs poachers in under half a second

Thousands of animals including elephants, tigers, rhinos, and gorillas are poached each year. Researchers have long been applying AI to protect wildlife.
13 Feb

Conductive Ink Markets 2018-2028: Forecasts, Technologies, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh and Yasuo Yamamoto
31 Jan

New biosensor could monitor glucose levels in tears and sweat

Constantly tracking a person's glucose levels through their tears or sweat could be one step closer to providing people with diabetes an improved monitoring tool.
31 Jan

Kateeva appoints Marc Haugen as Chief Operating Officer

Kateeva announced that the company has expanded its executive team by appointing Marc Haugen as chief operating officer.
8 Jan

Smart diabetic footwear

Sensoria® Health and Optima Molliter will announce a partnership to create the first smart diabetic footwear product that will monitor a patient's compliance to the clinician's prescribed mechanical offloading protocol.
2017
12 Dec

Robot that detects underground water leaks

Researchers are developing an autonomous robot that could quickly and inexpensively detect damage in water pipes — even those buried meters below the ground.
30 Oct

Engineers to develop intelligent, adaptive and resilient robot teams

The United States Army Research Laboratory has awarded a five-year, $27 million grant to develop new methods of creating autonomous, intelligent, and resilient teams of robots.
16 Oct

A new miniature solution for storing renewable energy

Scientists have long searched for the next generation of materials that can catalyze a revolution in renewable energy harvesting and storage.
28 Apr

Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality 2017-2027: Technologies, Forecasts, Players

IDTechEx Report: James Hayward
30 Mar

Computer program developed to diagnose and locate cancer

Researchers have developed a computer program to detect cancer based on chemical modification of DNA circulating in blood.
8 Mar

OLED Lighting Opportunities 2017-2027: Forecasts, Technologies, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh and Dr Norman Bardsley
1 Mar

Looking for the next leap in rechargeable batteries

Researchers may have just found a solution for one of the biggest stumbling blocks to the next wave of rechargeable batteries — small enough for cellphones and powerful enough for cars.
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