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28/09/2016

Flat graphene speakers for mobile audio systems

Researchers at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed a speaker design specifically targeted for the mobile audio market that draws its capabilities from nanomaterials. The KAIST researchers have used graphene to produce a speaker that does not require an acoustic box to produce sound.

According to the researchers, they used graphene in a relatively ...
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30/08/2016

3D printing meta-materials: combining multi-materials at the print head to produce almost any properties

Combining different polymers in different combinations per layer of 3D printed material, is leading to the development of an entirely new palette of materials. Justin Cunningham reports.

Mixing materials is certainly nothing new. Samurai swordsmiths knew that to make the famous katana swords used by its warriors, it needed to combine several steels in various layers to produce the ...
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22/08/2016

Fully autonomous soft robot

A team of Harvard University researchers with expertise in 3D printing, mechanical engineering, and microfluidics has demonstrated the first autonomous, untethered, entirely soft robot. The small, ...  Watch Video

Graphene's potential

Stronger than a diamond yet a million times thinner than a human hair, the properties of ...  Read Blog Entry

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