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Southampton Chair in Emerging Technologies targets invisible and ubiquitous wearable technologies | Electronics and Computer Science

Home>>> Published: 2 October 2020 Professor Steve Beeby is one of the world’s foremost experts on electronic textiles and energy harvesting Professor Steve Beeby from the University of Southampton has been…

ITMO Researchers Develop Unique Printing Technology for ‘Invisible’ Images

IMAGE: The colorful optical response from the printed image can be easily observed through any LCD screen, including that of a smartphone. These watermarks could potentially be used for added security……

Researchers develop unique printing technology for ‘invisible’ images

Credit: Dmitry Lisovsky, ITMO Researchers from ITMO University’s ChemBio Cluster have developed an inkjet printing technology that makes it possible to produce images that can only be seen in polarized…

Hitting the Books: The invisible threat that every ISS astronaut fears

Workman Excerpted from How to Astronaut: An Insider’s Guide to Leaving Planet Earth by Terry Virts (Workman). © 2020. For all the emergency training I went through as an astronaut, I never…

Why We’re Scared of Invisible Radio Waves

This article originally appeared on VICE France. The 5G rollout has been far from smooth. Despite its dazzling promises, like the advent of self-driving cars and virtual reality, the fifth…

Ultradeep melting rocks drive invisible quakes beneath San Andreas Fault

Along the San Andreas fault near the town of Parkfield, California, an incredibly sensitive array of seismic and GPS instruments has for years been detecting something strange: deep earthquakes that…