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Smart Energy Harvesting: A new method for electronics, Part 2
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12/19/2017   3 comments
Recently, a new type of batteries for electronics have been introduced with a high efficiency up to 44%, this achievement goes in the direction of a smart effective utilization of solar renewable energy
Flexible Hybrid Electronics, a new frontier for electronics: Part 2
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12/18/2017   Post a comment
Flexible electronics is quickly becoming an interesting field of application of electronics technology because it offers the possibility to build wearable, smart, integrated systems that can monitor human activity.
Flexible Hybrid Electronics, a new frontier, Part 1
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12/8/2017   Post a comment
Nanoparticles have demonstrated their usefulness because the physical dimensions of such particles are comparable to the dimensions of the molecular structure of a living organism

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