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
Wireless technology that turns LED lights into internet transmitters is joining the battle for bandwidth as traditional WiFi networks struggle to cope with demand. Matthew Stock reports. Continue reading
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