25 Feb 2021
Machine Learning to Track Disease Carrying Mosquitoes
Using genetic and environmental data, research team maps landscape connectivity in mosquitoes that are known vectors for dengue, chikungunya and Zika.
24 Feb 2021
The Future of Electronics is Stretchy
Stretchable electronic circuits are critical for soft robotics, wearable technologies, and biomedical applications. The current ways of making them, though, have limited their potential.
28 Nov 2020
Saphlux is a spin-off from Yale University. The company works on semi-polar GaN materials (material solution for high power green/blue laser, high power LEDs) and NPQD™ technology, which is an innovative colour conversion solution for µLEDs, especially < 30 µm, as well as for other QD applications.
8 Oct 2020
Robotic Fabric: A Breakthrough with Many Uses
Researchers have developed a robotic fabric, a breakthrough that could lead to such innovations as adaptive clothing, self-deploying shelters, or lightweight shape-changing machinery.
9 Jul 2020
ASSA ABLOY Joins Zigbee Alliance Board of Directors
The Zigbee Alliance announced ASSA ABLOY Group has joined the Alliance's Board of Directors.
18 Feb 2020
Origami Inspired Robots That Could fit in a Cell?
Imagine robots that can move, sense and respond to stimuli, but that are smaller than a hair's width. Building robots at such a small scale involves a lot more innovation than simply shrinking all of the parts of a normal robot.
27 Jan 2020
Saphlux—in collaboration with Dr Jun Han from Yale University—is demonstrating a different approach towards adding QD color converters on LEDs.
17 Dec 2019
Background: Baylo was established in 2005 in France with the objective to use autonomous material handling robots thanks to autonomous navigation technology becoming available.
6 Nov 2019
Living Skin Can Now be 3D Printed With Blood Vessels Included
Researchers have developed a way to 3D print living skin, complete with blood vessels. The advancement is a significant step toward creating grafts that are more like the skin our bodies produce naturally.
9 Oct 2019
AI finds patterns among multitude of people and cells
A group of scientists have devised a way to leverage artificial neural networks to reveal larger patterns of activity of individual cells that come from a multitude of individuals.
18 Sep 2019
Deep magnet stimulation improves symptoms of OCD
Researchers have found that focusing powerful non-invasive magnet stimulation on a specific brain area can improve the symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. This opens the way to treat the large minority of sufferers who do not respond to conventional treatment.
8 Aug 2019
Yale, Mayo Clinic to use data from wearables for drug development
This trial is one of a new breed of clinical trials which showcase the potential of patient-centered research, taking advantage of portable and comfortable medical-grade wearables and innovative big-data platforms.
19 Jun 2019
Material Handling EVs Update June 2019
Some call it intralogistics. Either way, this is the industry providing logistics in a confined area such as a factory, warehouse or dock. The vehicle part of the industry involves drayage trucks the size of on-road trucks and robotic automatic guided vehicles AGV but primarily it is about forklifts.
5 Jun 2019
World's first living organism using radically redesigned DNA
Researchers have rewritten the genetic code of a common bacteria. This work heralds the prospect of organisms that can produce new medicines and valuable materials.