Controllable DNA switch

A controllable DNA switch has been developed by a team from Arizona State University to regulate the flow of electricity within a single, atomic-sized molecule. This discovery could advance the development of small, low cost electronic devices.

  • DNA switch for small electronic devices

    A controllable DNA switch has been developed by a team from Arizona State University to regulate the flow of electricity within a single, atomic-sized molecule. This discovery could advance the development of small, low cost electronic devices.

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  • Kado raises $1.2m to launch wall chargers

    Israeli start up Kado has raised $1.2million to help it complete development of what it claims could be the thinnest wall charger.

    Kado has unveiled two chargers – one for smartphones and tablets, and one for laptops – both come with the company’s ...
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  • Converter's resting power consumption reduced by 50%

    A power converter that maintains its efficiency at currents ranging from 500pA to 1mA has been unveiled by researchers from MIT's Microsystems Technologies Laboratories (MTL). Application areas include the IoT and body-powered electronics.

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  • ARM based MCU controls space experiment

    The SpaceX CRS-10 cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station, which launched on Saturday 18 February, carried experimental electronics controlled by an ARM based MCU from Vorago Technologies.

    According to Neil Stroud, ARM’s director ...
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