Tag Archives: Sensors

03Oct/20

IQM staff publishes a quantum-computer breakthrough in Nature

Prof. Mikko Möttönen’s university research group and collaborators have engineered a fast and ultra-sensitive nanoscale bolometer that detects very faint microwave radiation. In fact, the radiation detected is so weak that heating up a cup of coffee at room temperature, for 1°C in a microwave oven would have taken 50 septillion times more energy. That is a 5 followed by 25 zeroes. Read more

23Mar/15

Xelflex smart fabric gives intelligent feedback for athletes

Xelflex is wearable technology that its inventor believes combines science with fashion. Using thread-like fibre-optic sensors stitched directly in the garment, athletic clothing using Xelflex technology aims to provide intelligent information to sports enthusiasts and improve their technique.

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