#electronics

ANTOLIN i.JUMP open innovation challenge enters second phase

2 weeks ago — Quick Read

The ennomotive Grupo Antolin ANTOLIN i.JUMP open innovation challenge - which gives engineers the chance to win a cash prize of 10,000 euros - has entered its second phase. Back...

ANTOLIN i.JUMP open innovation program offers 10k Euro Prize for the best in-vehicle UX ideas

7 months ago — Long Read

ennomotive and Grupo Antolin have launched the ANTOLIN i.JUMP open innovation program. The first challenge gives you the chance to win a cash prize of 10,000 euros. The aim of...

Honeycomb structures might be the key supercharging batteries

2 years ago — Quick Read

Material Scientists have developed a new material to extend the life of the batteries up to 100 times. The new material, developed by a team from the University of Missouri,...

New gesture control tech can turn everyday objects into remote controls

2 years ago — Quick Read

Lancaster Engineers have created new gesture control technology that can turn everyday objects, such as the humble cup of tea, into a remote control The team believes that the new...

Cambridge Engineers have created a transistor that functions for years without a battery

3 years ago — Long Read

Engineers at the University of Cambridge have created a new design for transistors that can operate on ‘scavenged’ energy from their environment. This new technology might form the basis for...

MIT device identifies power-hungry home appliances

3 years ago — Quick Read

Engineers at MIT have created a new device that can identify appliances in your home which are using too much power. In a paper published this week in the IEEE...