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Electronics and Electrical Engineering Quizzes

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Most of today's electronic components and devices are made using automated machines that require expensive and high-precision robots. As the shrinking size and precision requirements of the device increases, the...
Mechanical engineers, Carmel Majidi and James Wissman, of the Soft Machines Lab at Carnegie Mellon University have been looking at new ways to create electronics that are not just...
When injured or invaded by disease, our bodies have the innate response to heal and defend. What if it was possible to harness the power of the body to heal...
University of Houston researchers discover a new form of stretchable electronics that can serve as an artificial skin, allowing a robotic hand to sense the difference between hot and cold...
Commonly, lithium-ion battery uses organic electrolyte such as lithium salt dissolved in an organic solvent. However, this organic electrolyte can burst into flame therefore a research is done for water-based electrolyte...
Lithium-ion batteries have been widely used specially in mobile devices from cell phones to laptops today because of its long lifespan compared to other commercial batteries. But none of us...
Today's electronic devices are powered by transistors, which are tiny silicon structures that rely on negatively charged electrons moving through the silicon, forming an electric current. In recent years...
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 2.5 million Americans each year show up to the emergency room with suspected head injuries. Most of these people receive...
A team of Columbia Engineering researchers, led by Applied Physics Assistant Professor Nanfang Yu, has invented a method to control light propagating in confined pathways, or waveguides, with high efficiency...
Certainly, anything thin is flexible - even in electronics nowadays. It's signalling that we are clearly entering a foldable future. Rolling in are foldable smart phones, artificial skins, roll-up TVs...