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  • Generating small amounts of electricity by squeezing luffa sponges 09/26/2023
    A team of mechanical engineers at Beihang University, Peking University and the University of Houston has found that it is possible to capture small amounts of electricity by repeatedly squeezing treated luffa sponges. In their study, reported in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the group treated sample luffa sponges and measured the electricity […]
  • Unveiling hyper-realistic technologies for the metaverse world 09/25/2023
    In August 2023, the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) participated in consecutive events, starting from the 16th August at COEX in Seoul for "K-Display 2023," followed by "IMID 2023" at BEXCO in Busan from the 23rd. At these events, ETRI exhibited a variety of innovative technologies capable of realizing a truly realistic metaverse world.
  • The brain gets its own broadband: Electro-quasistatic fields enable broadband communication for brain implants 09/25/2023
    In recent years, engineers have been working to develop increasingly sophisticated devices that can help humans to interact better with computers. These technologies, including brain-machine interfaces, electroceuticals and wearable health care devices, could potentially advance both existing medical practices and the capabilities of human users.

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