More versatile wearables

Research led by Yoke Khin Yap, a professor of physics at Michigan Technological University, states that the road to more versatile wearable technology is dotted with iron. Specifically, quantum dots of iron arranged on boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs).

  • Iron stepping stones to better wearable tech without semiconductors

    Research led by Yoke Khin Yap, a professor of physics at Michigan Technological University, states that the road to more versatile wearable technology is dotted with iron. Specifically, quantum dots of iron arranged on boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs).
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  • Ultralife acquires Accutronics for £7.5m

    US based battery and energy products and communications systems company, Ultralife has purchased UK based battery specialist Accutronics for £7.575million.

    Accutronics specialises in the custom battery design, development and manufacture of smart ...
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  • Digital acquisition system captures 12.5Gsample/s

    The introduction by Teledyne LeCroy of the HDA125 high speed digital analyser is said to expand the capabilities of its oscilloscopes. By adding the HDA125 digital acquisition system, which captures 18 channels of data at 12.5Gsample/s, users can create what ... Read More
  • Partnership to commercialise sodium-ion technology

    Faradion is collaborating with AGM Batteries to utilise AGM’s experience in commercialising lithium-ion cells through to volume manufacturing. AGM will develop Faradion’s sodium-ion technology, at its 4000m2 production facility in Scotland, to a standard ... Read More





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