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Next-gen Material with a Memory

Researchers at Aalto University developed a new material that changes its electrical behavior based on previous experience—gaining a form of adaptive memory. Scientists could use these materials in next-gen medical and environmental…

A Watered-Down Battery? Nope

We use lightweight, high-capacity lithium-ion batteries in our personal electronics. These conventional lithium-ion batteries use organic electrolytes that are highly flammable and have caused fires or explosions. Researchers are developing…

Thoughtworks: ML to Propel IoT

Thoughtworks released Volume 27 of the Technology Radar, a biannual report based on the company’s global observations, conversations, and frontline experiences solving tough business challenges. With the growth of computational power on…