Low energy sensors for the Internet of Things

Together with his research team, Lars-Erik Wernersson, professor of nanoelectronics at Lund University in Sweden, has developed a technology for smarter transistors which could be used in electronics that operate on low energy, such as sensors for the Internet of Things. Using the new transistors on a large scale could save enormous amounts of energy. Read more about Low energy sensors for the Internet of Things[…]

KAUST researchers formed transparent electronic circuits on flexible plastic surfaces

Atom-by-atom deposition leads to low-cost, high-performance transparent electronic materials. High-performance electronic circuits made entirely from transparent materials could have countless applications, from head-up displays on car windscreens to transparent TV sets and smart windows in homes and offices. Researchers at KAUST have found a way to make transparent transistors and other essential components of electronic Read more about KAUST researchers formed transparent electronic circuits on flexible plastic surfaces[…]