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Electronic Whiskers Could Help Robots Feel Their Surroundings
2014-01-22 05:03:39

Nanotechnology has brought us many advances such as electronic skin (e-skin) and electronic eye implants (e-eyes), and now, a research team from Berkeley Lab and the University of California Berkeley is on the verge of creating electronic whiskers.

Flexible E-Skin Responds To Touch
2013-07-22 09:33:10

Engineers from UC Berkeley and Michigan State have created a new electronic skin, or e-skin, that lights up when touched and responds to increasing pressure with increasing brightness.

Image 1 - New Path To Flex And Stretch Electronics
2011-12-14 05:49:35

Imprinting electronic circuitry on backplanes that are both flexible and stretchable promises to revolutionize a number of industries and make “smart devices” nearly ubiquitous.

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2010-11-23 07:22:02

There’s good news in the search for the next generation of semiconductors.

2010-11-17 17:30:06

Sunlight represents the cleanest, greenest and far and away most abundant of all energy sources, and yet its potential remains woefully under-utilized.

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2010-09-13 06:15:00

US researchers said Sunday that new artificial "skin" fashioned out of flexible semiconductor materials can sense touch, making it possible for robots to be able to grip eggs but be strong enough to hold a frying pan as well.

2009-08-26 08:18:58

Three researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, are among an elite group of young scientists to watch, according to the national magazine Technology Review's just-released 2009 list of Top Young Innovators Under 35.

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2009-07-09 16:15:00

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California at Berkeley have demonstrated a way to fabricate efficient solar cells from low-cost and flexible materials.


Word of the Day
whirret
  • To give a box on the ear to.
The word 'whirret' may be onomatopoeic.