Teach me to make provides science workshops and classes for all ages. Our popular electronics and mechanics workshops for children encourage tinkering: taking things apart, building whimsical contraptions using salvaged components, recycled objects and inexpensive supplies, and repurposing...
Researchers from Belgium, Germany, Italy, Austria and Slovakia are coming together to launch a brand-new EU-funded project that aims to make more compact and more powerful energy converters for use in information and communication technology (ICT) and solar inverter technology.
A team of engineers today announced a discovery that could change the world of electronics forever. Called an "epidermal electronic system" (EES), it's basically an electronic circuit mounted on your skin, designed to stretch, flex, and twist — and to take input from the movements of your body.
Over the last couple of years, huge advances have been made in the field of printed electronics, and it seems that printed electronic devices are just about set to breakthrough into both commercial markets and our everyday lives.
Chipworks finds creative expressions on many of the chips that we examine. Our in-house facilities and expertise of our people provide us with the magnification and analyses that help us discover hidden masterpieces or "silicon art" that designers have buried deep in the layers of some chips.
Beyond the hackneyed information technology and communication, experts, convened by the EU, talk of nanotechnology, micro and nano electronics, photonics, advanced materials and industrial biotechnology. Maintaining a high rate of innovation is essential.