Enabling simple cameras to see in 3D
Stanford researchers devised a compact optical device that could soon be used by common digital cameras to measure the distance to objects.
TMDs could be used for ultrathin, lightweight solar panels
Stanford University researchers have developed transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), which could be used in mobile applications such as from self-powered wearable devices and sensors.
Technique to manufacture flexible electronics developed
Researchers at Stanford University have invented a manufacturing technique that yields flexible, atomically thin transistors less than 100 nm in length, making flexible electronics (flextronics) closer to a reality.
Artificial intelligence algorithms developed to find engineering materials
Researchers at Stanford University are leveraging machine learning to help find engineering materials more efficiently.
Researchers use thermal transistor to protect electronic devices from overheating
A Stanford-led engineering team has developed a way to not only manage heat produced by electronic devices with a thermal transistor, which can conduct heat away from electronic components and insulate them against its damaging effects.
Energy-efficient memory developed to spur new computer applications
Researchers at Stanford University have developed spin-orbit torque technology designed for data-intensive computing applications like artificial intelligence and machine learning (ML).