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Vučković and team demonstrate practical approach to making a quantum chip
Working toward the development of nanoscale lasers and quantum technologies that might someday enable conventional computers to communicate faster and more securely using light instead of electricity.
Bowden's lab paper on three-dimensional Bladder Reconstruction
Advanced computer technology could help doctors prepare for operations and detect early cancer recurrences.
Molybdenum-Disulfide 2D Transistors Go Ballistic
Work being done in the Pop Lab shows that molybdenum disulfide makes for superlative single transistors
IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine features Mark Horowitz
“Like many kids, I started my destruction career at an early age; unlike most people, I never grew out of it.”
Audrey Bowden and Gennifer Smith design robust dipstick urinalysis test
EE researchers created a urinalysis system that uses a black box and smartphone camera to analyze a standard medical dipstick.
Andrea Montanari wins the IEEE Information Theory Society James L. Massey Research and Teaching Award for Young Scholars
The award recognizes outstanding achievement in research and teaching by young scholars in the Information Theory community.
Nanodiamonds: next-gen tool?
Designing innovative structures for efficient optical devices
Jonathan Fan awarded Sloan Research Fellowship
The Sloan award honors outstanding early-career researchers. Fellows represent the best-of-the-best among young scientists.
Building Microscopic Graphene Cages
Approach could remove major obstacles to increasing the capacity of lithium-ion batteries.
New Battery Shuts Down at High Temps and Restarts When Cool
SystemX faculty describes new battery in a recent 'Nature Energy' and on NPR's All Tech Considered.
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