NewsResearchers create self-sustaining, intelligent, electronic
microsystems from green material

8th June 2021by admin0
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A research team from the University of Massachusetts
Amherst has created an electronic microsystem that can
intelligently respond to information inputs without any external
energy input, much like a self-autonomous living organism. The
microsystem is constructed from a novel type of electronics that
can process ultralow electronic signals and incorporates a device
that can generate electricity “out of thin air” from the ambient
environment.

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