26 Feb 2021
Brain Organoids Grown In Lab Mature Much Like Infant Brains
A new study finds that three-dimensional human stem cell-derived brain organoids can mature in a manner that is strikingly similar to human brain development.
2 Feb 2021
Low Intensity Focused Ultrasound Jump-Starts Brains After Coma
The scientists used a technique called low-intensity focused ultrasound, which uses sonic stimulation to excite the neurons in the thalamus, an egg-shaped structure that serves as the brain's central hub for processing. After a coma, thalamus function is typically weakened.
15 Dec 2020
Nanotech Energy produce graphene-based energy storage devices. IDTechEx spoke with Scott Jacobsen (Director of Business Development).
9 Nov 2020
Aleph Farms is an Israeli company working to create steaks and other structured meat products from cultured animal cells. At the Cultured Meat Symposium 2020, Neta Lavon, VP of R&D at Aleph Farms, gave an insight into the developments at the company.
8 Oct 2020
Nanotech Energy Launches EMI Shielding Product Line
Advanced Graphene Technology Creates Highly Conductive Coating for EMI-RFI Shielding and Heat Management
28 Aug 2020
Sintx Technologies is an OEM ceramics company developing and commercializing silicon nitride. In addition to biomedical and industrial applications, Sintx are now exploring silicon nitride as an antimicrobial material. IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed Sintx CEO Dr Sonny Bal on 13 August 2020.
30 Jul 2020
University of California in Nanoscale Study on Advanced Batteries
A team of scientists is set to unlock the inner workings of lead batteries with the help of nanoscale technology.
2 Jul 2020
Wearable-tech Glove Translates Sign Language Into Speech in Real Time
Bioengineers have designed a glove-like device that can translate American Sign Language into English speech in real time though a smartphone app.
6 May 2020
Better-Performing 3D Electronics
Engineers have developed a faster, simpler 3D-printing technique to build electronics, trimming their manufacturing time from hours down to a few minutes. The method can be used to print electronics into complex shapes in volumes that could be used for antenna arrays, prosthetics, sensors and robots.
3 Mar 2020
Miniaturized "Warehouse Robots" for Biotechnology Applications
Engineers have developed minuscule warehouse logistics robots that could help expedite and automate medical diagnostic technologies and other applications that move and manipulate tiny drops of fluid.