Silicon anodes perform better

A method using molecular ‘pulleys’ that aid in the expansion and contraction of a silicon anode in a lithium ion battery has been unveiled by researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).

  • Molecular pulleys to boost battery performance

    A method using molecular ‘pulleys’ that aid in the expansion and contraction of a silicon anode in a lithium ion battery has been unveiled by researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).

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  • Electron pulses to manipulate nanomagnets for data storage

    Read/write ability using bursts of electrons, encoding topological energy structures robustly enough for potential data storage applications has been demonstrated by researchers from Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg in Germany.

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  • Graphcore raises another $30million as IPU nears launch

    Machine intelligence company Graphcore has raised a further $30million through a Series B funding round. According to the company, the additional funding comes as it prepares to ship Intelligence Processing Unit (IPU) hardware to customers later this year. ... Read More
  • Deep learning on a USB stick for $79

    Intel is looking to bring the benefits of deep learning to a wider audience with the launch of the Movidius Neural Compute Stick. Said to be the first USB-based accelerator to bring deep neural network processing capabilities to a host devices at the edge, ... Read More





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