Found 301 articles associated to the institution King Abdullah University of Science and Technology.
The raw power of human motion

Standalone power modules that harvest and convert vibrations from their surroundings into electricity could soon fuel future microsystems.

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Tuning in to magnetic ink

A new ink containing iron-oxide nanoparticles can be turned into fully printed and versatile components for cellular networks.

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Minding the gap ahead of future fuels

Oil expert Tadeusz Patzek aims to ensure that efficient recovery of oil and gas remains feasible whilst scientists find alternative green energy sources.

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Low pressure reduces bubble trouble

Spray coating and inkjet-based electronics manufacture are among the industrial applications in which liquid droplets are applied to a surface. But minuscule air bubbles that get trapped beneath the droplet as it lands can affect the coating’s quality and uniformity.

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Zooming in on brain function

Faster computations will allow researchers to see the finer details of brain activity in functional brain imaging.

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