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    Multicoil Links May Hold the Key to Wireless Charging

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    Despite advancements in wireless devices, consumers still rely on cords, cables and replaceable batteries to fuel them. Recent advancements in wireless power show promise of eliminating cords altogether, but one article published in IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics shows promise of making this technology ...

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    Tiny wires, great potential

    Robert Day, Research Assistant in Chemistry and Chemical Biology and a co-author, Max Mankin, (red) GSAS student recently discovered a new way to create nanowires with unusual properties in the Mallinckrodt Chemistry Lab at Harvard University. Kris Snibbe/Harvard Staff Photographer

    Harvard scientists develop method that creates nanowires with new useful properties   Harvard scientists have developed a first-of-its-kind method of creating a class of nanowires that one day could have applications in areas ranging from consumer electronics to solar panels. ...

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    Object recognition for robots

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    Robots’ maps of their environments can make existing object-recognition algorithms more accurate. John Leonard’s group in the MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering specializes in SLAM, or simultaneous localization and mapping, the technique whereby mobile autonomous robots map their environments and ...

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    10 Frightening New Technologies

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    Technology makes our lives better. You’re taking a MOOC class, and have your appointments organized on your computer. You watch wepisodes on your internet-capable high-definition television. You pay your bills electronically and save time and money. That’s fine and dandy, ...

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    Brain-to-text tech lets computers read your thoughts

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    Jean-Dominique Bauby famously wrote The Diving Bell and The Butterfly by blinking as an assistant read out the alphabet, but locked-in patients could soon have a much easier way to communicate. For the first time, scientists have successfully transcribed brainwaves as text, which could ...

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    A Brief Introduction to Electrical Engineering

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    What Is Electrical Engineering? Electrical engineers design, develop, and test electrical equipment. The broad field of electrical engineering involves working with all manners of electronic devices, from pocket calculators to supercomputers. Often overlapping with computer engineering, a college degree in ...

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