Electroforming is the process by which electrochemical lab technicians grow new objects, rather than electroplating existing parts.
Is the government monitoring your car by way of its E-ZPass tag? A hacked dashboard cow seems to think so, but there are a few problems with the experiment.
We’re so accustomed to the concept of devices sending signals via electrons, that we don’t even think about the term ‘Electronics’ anymore. Thanks to University of Washington Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Marco Rolandi, however, that may be about to change. He and his fellow researchers have created a transistor that sends protons […]
Moore’s Law, which states that the number of transistors on an integrated circuit will double about every two years, has held true since Intel’s co-founder Gordon Moore explained it in 1965. How does this affect your computer? Well, when your laptop or netbook overheats, it’s because the numerous transistors crammed in there are tiny, but still require […]