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HKBU winning inventions help you walk the walk to health
8-June-2017

Inventions by Professor Jeffrey Cheung of HKBU and his team help monitor one’s health by recording and analysing the biomechanical data of a person’s physical activity, in particular, walking (ie gait), as well as measuring the balance index of a person.

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Contact: Hong Kong Baptist University Institution: Hong Kong Baptist University
 
Observation of Skyrmion Breathing Motion with X-ray Technique: Key Technology to Develop High-Efficiency Future Communication Devices
8-June-2017

DGIST-KIST collaborative research team identified the breathing movement of skyrmion, which up to now had only been theoretical.
The future development of next generation communication devices with ultra-low power and ultra-high frequency based on skyrmion are expected.

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Contact: Jieun Choi Institution: DGIST(Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)
 
3D printing breakthrough heralds ‘new era’ for advanced skin models
7-June-2017

Scientists in South Korea have come up with a new method for 3D printing human skin, which both shortens the process and reduces the cost.

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Contact: Alison Hadley Institution: IOP Publishing
 
Researchers flip the script on magnetocapacitance
5-June-2017

The study demonstrates for the first time a new type of magnetocapacitance, a phenomenon that could be useful in the next generation of spintronic devices.

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Contact: Ngaroma Riley Institution: Tohoku University
 
Revolutionary New Materials for Troubled Carbon Times: Super Filters the World Can Afford
5-June-2017

Emerging technologies...that address both performance and cost challenges in CCS, must be accelerated towards implementation...It is key.

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Contact: Izumi Mindy Takamiya Institution: Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences at Kyoto University
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