Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST)

The Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) is a public research university located in Guanshan Subdistrict, Hongshan District, Wuhan, Hubei province, China

Treating hearing loss with a flexible device that doesn’t use batteries

Dispersed winged microchip microfliers, the size of a grain of sand, could monitor air pollution, airborne disease and environmental contamination

What if there was a way to make photosynthesis happen in the brains of stroke patients?

One new fabric could keep you cool in the heat and warm in the cold

Offshore wind farms could power much of coastal China

A new electronic skin closely copies the wide range of pressures the human skin can feel

Electronic-skin technologies for prosthetics and robots can detect the slightest touch or breeze. But oddly, the sensors that make this possible do not respond effectively to a harmful blow. Now researchers report in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces the development of a jellyfish-inspired electronic skin that glows when the pressure against it is high enough to potentially

A new electronic skin closely copies the wide range of pressures the human skin can feel

Gecko-inspired adhesive loses no traction in temperatures as cold as liquid nitrogen or as hot as molten silver

Researchers from Case Western Reserve University, Dayton Air Force Research Laboratory and China have developed a new dry adhesive that bonds in extreme temperatures—a quality that could make the product ideal for space exploration and beyond. The gecko-inspired adhesive loses no traction in temperatures as cold as liquid nitrogen or as hot as molten silver,

Gecko-inspired adhesive loses no traction in temperatures as cold as liquid nitrogen or as hot as molten silver

Body Heat as a Power Source

Wearable integrated thermocells based on gel electrolytes use body heat Electronics integrated into textiles are gaining in popularity: Systems like smartphone displays in a sleeve or sensors to detect physical performance in athletic wear have already been produced. The main problem with these systems tends to be the lack of a comfortable, equally wearable source

Body Heat as a Power Source

Plasma technology can be tapped to kill biofilms on perishable fruit, foods extending shelf life dramatically

Researchers in China report that air plasma can be used to kill biofilms found on the surfaces of perishable fruits and foods — significantly extending their shelf life, and reducing the world’s ‘food waste’ problem as well Seeing fruit “turn bad and going to waste” inspired a team of researchers in China to explore using

Plasma technology can be tapped to kill biofilms on perishable fruit, foods extending shelf life dramatically

Opening the Door For Regenerative Medicine Through Stem Cells

The gap between stem cell research and regenerative medicine just became a lot narrower, thanks to a new technique that coaxes stem cells, with potential to become any tissue type, to take the first step to specialization. It is the first time this critical step has been demonstrated in a laboratory. “It’s the first time

Opening the Door For Regenerative Medicine Through Stem Cells

Seeing in the Dark

Thermal infrared (IR) energy is emitted from all things that have a temperature greater than absolute zero. Human eyes, primarily sensitive to shorter wavelength visible light, are unable to detect or differentiate between the longer-wavelength thermal IR “signatures” given off both by living beings and inanimate objects. While mechanical detection of IR radiation has been

Seeing in the Dark

Predicting infectious influenza

Computer model predicts when viruses become infectious A new computer model could help scientists predict when a particular strain of avian influenza might become infectious from bird to human, according to a report to be published in the International Journal Data Mining and Bioinformatics. Chuang Ma of the University of Arizona, Tucson, and colleagues at the

Predicting infectious influenza

On-Demand Synaptic Electronics: Circuits That Learn and Forget

Researchers in Japan and the US propose a nanoionic device with a range of neuromorphic and electrical multifunctions that may allow the fabrication of on-demand configurable circuits, analog memories and digital-neural fused networks in one device architecture. Synaptic devices that mimic the learning and memory processes in living organisms are attracting avid interest as an

On-Demand Synaptic Electronics: Circuits That Learn and Forget

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