20 Dec 2022
H2U Technologies are a start-up PEM electrolyser manufacturer based in California, US, looking to commercialise PGM-free PEM electrolysers.
20 Oct 2022
Beaming Clean Energy From Space
Once considered science fiction, technology capable of collecting solar power in space and beaming it to Earth to provide a global supply of clean and affordable energy is moving closer to reality. Through the Space-based Solar Power Project, a team of researchers is working to deploy a constellation of modular spacecraft that collect sunlight, transform it into electricity, then wirelessly transmit that electricity wherever it is needed—including to places that currently have no access to reliable power.
19 Aug 2022
New Wearable Sensor Detects Even More Compounds in Human Sweat
If you have ever had your blood drawn, whether to check your cholesterol, kidney function, hormone levels, blood sugar, or as part of a general checkup, you might have wondered why there is not an easier, less painful way. Now there might be. A team of researchers has unveiled a new wearable sensor that can detect in human sweat even minute levels of many common nutrients and biological compounds that can serve as indicators of human health.
9 Aug 2022
TuSimple: Autonomous Trucks on the Verge of Commercial Deployment
TuSimple is one of the biggest and best-funded companies working on autonomous trucks. It has been expanding its network of autonomous compatible roads, making partnerships with potential commercial customers, and engaging in the most advanced stages of testing. In December 2021, TuSimple became the first company to operate a completely unmanned mission from Tucson to Phoenix in Arizona, US.
24 Mar 2022
Cosmic Milestone: NASA Confirms 5,000 Exoplanets
The count of confirmed exoplanets just ticked past the 5,000 mark, representing a 30-year journey of discovery led by NASA space telescopes.
8 Sep 2021
Perseverance Rover Collects First Mars Rock Sample
NASA's Perseverance rover has completed the collection of the first sample of Martian rock, a core from Jezero Crater slightly thicker than a pencil. Mission controllers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory received data that confirmed the historic milestone. The core is now enclosed in an airtight titanium sample tube, making it available for retrieval in the future.
16 Aug 2021
Flexible Material That can Stiffen on Demand
Scientists have developed a new type of 'chain mail' fabric that is flexible like cloth but can stiffen on demand.
11 Aug 2021
Blumio are a startup developing radar imaging systems for monitoring arterial pressure. IDTechEx interviewed their Co-Founder and CEO Catherine Liao at Cardio Wearables 2021.
11 Aug 2021
$100 Million Gift to Fund Space-based Solar Power Project
Caltech is announcing that Donald Bren, chairman of Irvine Company and a lifetime member of the Caltech Board of Trustees, donated over $100 million to form the Space-based Solar Power Project, which is developing technology capable of generating solar power in space and beaming it back to Earth.
30 Jul 2021
Metallic Glass Gears Up for 'Cobots,' Coatings, and More
Bulk metallic glass could slash prices of collaborative robots and lead to advanced 3D printed metals.
Where are the robot assistants we were promised?
28 Oct 2020
iniVation offer event-based vision sensors and the associated software. These sensors enable ultra-low response latency, low data rates, high dynamic range, and low power consumption by having pixels asynchronously report whenever they experience a change in light intensity.
17 Aug 2020
Cypris Materials is an early stage company from California. They are commercializing a new method of printing colored inks that relies on co-polymers that self-assemble to create structural color rather than using dyes or pigments.
29 Jul 2020
Enthought enable the digital transformation of scientific industries through training and digital tools. IDTechEx spoke with Dr Michael Heiber (Application Engineer).