NewsEngineering discovery challenges heat transfer paradigm that
guides electronic and photonic device design

9th December 2020by admin0
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A research breakthrough from the University of
Virginia School of Engineering demonstrates a new mechanism to
control temperature and extend the lifetime of electronic and
photonic devices such as sensors, smart phones and
transistors.

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