Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed an innovative new circuit that allows for precise computing without the need for electricity. The novel design instead relies on magnetic waves- an advance that ignites hope towards practical magnetic-based devices, which have the potential to compute far more efficiently than electronics. The new circuit design offers a path to “spintronic” devices that use little electricity and practically generate no heat. Researchers assume that such interference-based spintronic devices, like quantum computers, could execute highly complex tasks that conventional computers struggle with.
Engineers at the European Space Agency have developed a highly efficient, miniature thruster, the Iridium Catalysed Electrolysis CubeSat Thruster (ICE-Cube Thruster), measuring just 1 mm in length. This compact design is intended for CubeSats, enabling maneuverability without the need for large gas propellant storage. The thruster operates by electrolyzing water into hydrogen and oxygen, expelling […]
Over the past four decades, a discernible increase in global wave energy has been observed, as reported in a recent study published in the journal Nature Communications. This phenomenon is closely linked to the heightened storminess associated with rising global temperatures. The study utilized data from global seismographic networks, which are traditionally employed for […]
Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University or PSAU which includes Colleges of Medicine, Pharmacy and Applied Medical sciences has hired a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with GE Healthcare Partners to help improve the localized research and authorize Saudi students with the latest innovative technology. GE Healthcare General Manager Daoud Shinwari conveys says, “Through this they aim […]