A side view of ESA's Solar Orbiter as it entered a vacuum chamber for thermal vacuum testing at the IABG test facility in Ottobrunn, Germany, last month.
Another summer, another drought. Sydney's water storages are running on empty, and desalinisation plants are being dusted off. Elsewhere, shrunken rivers, lakes and dams are swollen with rotting fish. Governments, irrigators ...
Fully inkjet-printed vanadium dioxide-based radio-frequency switches for flexible reconfigurable components
Inkjet-printed switches make multiple frequency bands easier and cheaper to manage in wireless devices.
Ambient energy emitted by cellular phones and modems can be captured and converted into electricity using unusually shaped technology.