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Skin-on interface allows devices to 'feel' the user's grasp and detect interactions such as tickling, caressing, even twisting and pinching.

An artificial skin for your devices that mimics human skin

Skin-On, an artificial skin-like membrane for augmenting interactive devices such as phones, wearables or computers.
This new flexible lithium-ion battery can withstand extreme conditions

This new flexible lithium-ion battery can withstand extreme conditions

Building on previous work, researchers at APL appear to have corrected the ubiquitous energy source's most significant safety hazard—its combustibility.
Liquid-Cell Electron Tomography (LC-ET) offers an exciting technical advance to study dynamic materials in solution. The figure illustrates how LC-ET was used to define the “rules of engagement” for pathogenic phages and its host bacterium. Credit: Kelly Lab/Penn State

Scientists have first 3-D view of life’s processes in liquid

The world's first nanoscale CAT scan in a liquid environment.
Colored electron microscop image of the nanobolometer. The dark oval at the bottom left represents a 1.3-micrometer-long Ralstonia mannitolilytica bacterium. Credit: Roope Kokkoniemi/Aalto University

Measuring the strength of electromagnetic radiation in real time

Radiation detector with the lowest noise in the world boosts quantum work
A visual representation of a qubit, which can exist simultaneously between two states. A famous example of a qubit is Schrodinger’s cat, a hypothetical cat that can be both dead and alive. Similarly, a flux qubit, or a ring made of a superconducting material, can have electric current flowing both clockwise and counterclockwise at the same time. Credit: Yufan Li

Superconducting material could someday power quantum computer

Certain superconducting material contains special properties that could be the building blocks for the technology of the future.
Thanks to the synthetic skin developed by Prof. Gordon Cheng and his team, robot H-1 is able to feel the touch of a human. New control algorithms made it possible for the first time to apply artificial skin to a human-sized robot. Image: Astrid Eckert / TUM

Sensitive robots are safer

Biologically-inspired artificial skin improves the sensory ability of robots.
Improving quantum computation with classical machine learning

Improving quantum computation with classical machine learning

A new control framework to simultaneously optimize the speed and fidelity of quantum computation against both leakage and stochastic control errors.
A system designed by researchers at MIT and elsewhere enables interconnected smart devices to cooperatively pinpoint their positions in noisy environments where GPS usually fails, which is useful for emerging “localization-of-things” applications. Image: Christine Daniloff, MIT

System helps smart devices find their position

Connected devices can now share position information, even in noisy, GPS-denied areas.
In this image captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft in 2007, the plumes of Enceladus are clearly visible. The moon is nearly in front of the Sun from Cassini's viewpoint. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech

New organic compounds discovered on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus

If the conditions are right, these molecules coming from the deep ocean of Enceladus could be on the same reaction pathway as we see here on Earth.