Technology, especially semiconductor electronics, is the modern Atlas holding up the global economy, but business sages foresee titanic challenges.
Texas A&M researchers advance neuromorphic computing for next-generation computing and electronic devices with new material.
Researchers at Ben-Gurion University in Israel have embedded metal nanoparticles in a polymer that can be painted or sprayed on surfaces such as doorknobs. The slow release of ions with strong anti-viral properties makes the coating effective for...
A review of how the top 10 manufacturing states have dealt with the pandemic thus far and a projection of when they might see their last COVID-19-related death.
Despite reduced hours and staff shortages, IK study shows that packaging is less affected than other plastics processing sectors.
A team at Rice University has developed a novel neural device that could be used on patients with epilepsy or Parkinson’s disease.
Tech enhancements to the 5 basic sensors give people superhero powers.
New contact tracing technologies are being deployed to fight the spread of COVID-19. But when does a technology cross the line between being helpful or invasive?
Since the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S., a record number of ham radio candidates have prepared for tests and achieved their FCC license.