Developments in 3D Printing Help to Advance Green Electronics

In Switzerland, researchers and members of the Simon Fraser University research team have developed a very eco-friendly 3D printing solution that produces wireless Internet of Things (IoT) sensors that can be used and disposed of without contaminating the environment. Their strategy is to use a wood-derived cellulose material that replaces plastics and other polymeric materials that are currently used in electronics. 3D printing provides flexibility and adaptability to add or embed different functions into the 3D shapes or even textiles. This creates greater functionality and improves the overall utility of the finished part. Read more

Tesla Likes to Murder Technology

If you pay attention to the mainstream media, you likely think of Tesla as some promoter of technological advancements. The truth is much more sinister, because it seems the California automaker and tech giant is keen on taking down rival technologies with a vengeance. Read more