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Voice recognition technology

A flexible and wearable vibration sensor precisely recognize your voice

In recent years voice recognition has begun to become a much more affordable as it can be easily found on mobile phones these days....
This hair-sized probe can measure key indicators of tissue damage deep in the lung./ Image: University of Edinburgh.

A tiny, hair-sized probe measures tissue damage deep in the lung

Lung diseases, a common health problem, ranging from mild to severe, is also one of the leading causes of death and disability in the...
The "living" bridge./ Image: Scott Ripley/UNH

Engineers have transformed an iconic bridge into a living laboratory

University of New Hampshire (UNH) engineers have transformed a busy vertical-lift bridge into a living laboratory that collects and communicates information about bridge health,...
PEGS, incorporated into packaging, could soon detect spoilage gases in meat and fish

Food freshness sensors could replace ‘use-by’ dates to cut food waste

Food waste is a major global problem with substantial economic and environmental consequences. 30% of all food produced for human consumption (∼1.3 billion tons)...
Binghamton University, State University at New York. This is distinguished Professor Ron Miles. CREDIT Binghamton University, State University at New York

New design for ultra-thin capacitive sensors

As a part of progressing acoustic research at Binghamton University, State at New York Distinguished Professor Ron Miles has made a workable sensor with...
Study finds that hackers could guess your phone PIN using its sensor data

Study finds that hackers could guess your phone PIN using its sensor data

According to a new study, Instruments in advanced mobile phones, for example, the accelerometer, spinner and vicinity sensors speak to a potential security powerlessness. Utilizing a...
New Flexible Sensor Holds Potential For Foldable Touch Screens

New Flexible Sensor Holds Potential For Foldable Touch Screens

Imagine a tablet that you can fold into the size of a smart phone and put it in your pocket. Now, scientists are bringing...
New Sensor Technology For E-Vehicle Batteries

New Sensor Technology For E-Vehicle Batteries

Generally, electric vehicles consist of rechargeable batteries. Those batteries have different blocks of twelve cells. There is voltage sensor for each cell which monitors...
Chemical sensing at telecom wavelengths

Chemical sensing at telecom wavelengths

Operating lasers at the infrared wavelength of 1,550 nanometers control high-speed fiber-optic Internet communications. A scientist from MIT is developing chemical sensing sensor by...

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