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by Jonathan Strickland | Aug 5, 2016
By 2021, we won't be able to shrink transistors down any further. What does this mean for Moore's Law?
by Joe McCormick | Jun 15, 2016
Making supercapacitors out of the same stuff you'd buy for a barbecue seems strange, but edible electronics could change the medical industry for the better. Tune in to learn how (and what they'll taste like).
by Joe McCormick | Jul 2, 2014
What's the secret of flexible electronics? What are the applications of tech that can bend around curves and corners?
by Lauren Vogelbaum | Feb 21, 2014
We have come a long way toward creating convincing robotic animals. See some fascinating robotic animals in action in this video round-up.
by Lauren Vogelbaum | Feb 4, 2014
Some amazing powered exoskeletons are already up and running. Watch videos of our favorite mechanical exoskeletons in this blog post.
by Jonathan Strickland | Jan 7, 2014
Jonathan explores CES, checking out fuel cell vehicles, embeddable sensors and 3D printers. Read about Jonathan at CES in this blog post.
by Joe McCormick | Oct 30, 2013
What is in the power of a name? What's the dispute on the social effects of names? Does naming your possessions create an emotional bond?
by Jonathan Strickland | Apr 8, 2013
Transient electronics dissolve over time. Learn more about transient electronics in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.
by Jonathan Strickland | Mar 13, 2013
Self-healing circuits can maintain performance after damage. Learn more about self-healing circuits in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.
by Jonathan Strickland | Feb 26, 2013
The Pebble E-paper Watch has an e-paper display. Learn more about the Pebble E-paper Watch in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.
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