WiTricity licenses wireless charging technology to Delta Electronics for Industrial Applications

WATERTOWN, Mass., Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — WiTricity, the industry pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, today announced that it has licensed its wireless charging technology to Delta Electronics (Thailand) Public Company Limited (later referred to as “Delta”), a global leader in power and thermal management solutions. The agreement enables Delta to build and sell wireless charging systems for a broad range of industrial equipment, such as automatic guided vehicles (AGVs), mobile robots, and electric forklift trucks.

Delta’s solutions serve global customers in various manufacturing and service industries such as automotive, telecom and IT, food and beverage, textiles, building systems, plastics and rubber, printing and packaging, and machine tools. Delta has global sales, product development, and manufacturing capabilities.

“Delta remains focused on promising technologies that can improve the competitive edge of its products and solutions,” said Roger Ogden, General Manager, Industrial and Medical Business Unit,

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Understanding the utility of plasmas for medical applications — ScienceDaily

Plasma medicine is an emerging field, as plasmas show promise for use in a wide range of therapies from wound healing to cancer treatment. Plasma jets are the main plasma sources typically used in plasma-surface applications. Before applications can progress, however, a better understanding of how plasma jets modify the surfaces of biological tissue is required.

To help with this understanding, researchers from the Russian Academy of Sciences conducted computer simulations of the interaction between an atmospheric pressure plasma jet with a surface that has properties similar to blood serum. They present their analysis in the Journal of Applied Physics, from AIP Publishing.

“While using the plasma jets for the purpose of plasma medicine, it is important to know that the presence or absence of the treated surface in vicinity of a jet significantly influences jet parameters,” said Natalia Babaeva, one of the authors. “For example, the wounds with

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Google Opens Applications For Its Digital Accelerator Program From MENA Tech Startups

Google for Startups Accelerator: MENA to consider technology startups headquartered in the MENA region which have already raised seed funding.

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Google has announced that applications for its three-month digital accelerator program, Google for Startups Accelerator: MENA, have been opened for Seed to Series A technology startups located in the MENA region.

Launched in early October as part of the Grow Stronger with Google regional program, the Google for Startups Accelerator: MENA application periond will remain open until December 31, 2020.

With an aim to bring the best of Google’s programs, products, people and technology to founder communities across the globe, the program is scheduled to be held virtually from January 2021.

A selected set of 10 to 15

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Wearable Technology Market Trends 2020 : Top Manufacturers, Industry Size, Share, Regional Analysis, Types and Applications and Forecasts to 2027

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Combined efforts of experiment and simulation pave the way to new applications — ScienceDaily

Materials consisting of inorganic and organic components can combine the best of two worlds: under certain circumstances, the so-called MOFs — short for metal-organic frameworks — are structured in the same order as crystals and are at the same time porous and deformable. This opens up the prospect of intelligent materials for energy-saving technical applications. However, so far only a few flexible MOFs have been identified.

A research team from Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) and Technical University of Munich (TUM) has used experiments and simulations to find out by what means MOFs can be rendered flexible and why: they tricked the system by using clever chemical manipulations to enable a variety of energetically similar arrangements in the crystalline order.

The application potential of MOFs was first discovered around 20 years ago, and almost 100,000 such hybrid porous materials have since been identified. There are great hopes for technical applications, especially for

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Smart Eyewear Technology Market 2020 Share, Top Companies, Regional Growth Overview, CAGR Status, Size, Types and Applications and Forecast to 2025

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Larry Ellison Discusses The Future Of Office Work And Integrated Applications

When the chairman of a company that employs more than 130,000 people offers his perspective on whether COVID-19 will permanently change office culture, it’s worth paying close attention.

“It’s already happened, and it will never go back,” said Oracle’s Larry Ellison during a recent online discussion. “It’s not like we’ll never go back to the office, but we’ll never go back to the office 9 to 5. …It makes no sense, at least in our industry. So people will figure out how many hours they should be in the office, and how many of their hours they’ll be working at home.”

Ellison, Oracle’s chairman and chief technology officer, shared other insights and opinions during a wide-ranging discussion November 9 with

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Success in controlling perovskite ions’ composition paves the way for device applications — ScienceDaily

Hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites (*1) have received much attention as potential next generation solar cells and as materials for light-emitting devices.

Kobe University’s Associate Professor TACHIKAWA Takashi (of the Molecular Photoscience Research Center) and Dr. KARIMATA Izuru (previously a graduate student engaged in research at the Graduate School of Science) have succeeded in completely substituting the halide ions of perovskite nanocrystals while maintaining their morphology and light-emitting efficiency.

Furthermore, by using techniques such as single-particle photoluminescence imaging, the researchers were able to understand the momentary changes in light emission and the crystal structure, which in turn enabled them to develop a principle for controlling ion composition.

It is expected that these research results will contribute towards enabling the synthesis of perovskites of varying compositions and advancing the development of devices which utilize them. In addition, it is hoped that the flexibility of perovskite structures can be harnessed, allowing for them to

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Success in controlling perovskite ions’ composition paves the way for device applications

Success in controlling perovskite ions' composition paves the way for device applications
Ion behavior in organic lead halide perovskite. The bromide ion (Br-) in the solution can be easily exchanged with the iodide ion (I-) inside the crystal. The movement of the halide ions inside the crystal is instigated by the holes where the halide atoms have been removed. Credit: Kobe University

Hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites have received much attention as potential next generation solar cells and as materials for light-emitting devices.


Kobe University’s Associate Professor Tachikawa Takashi (of the Molecular Photoscience Research Center) and Dr. Karimata Izuru (previously a graduate student engaged in research at the Graduate School of Science) have succeeded in completely substituting the halide ions of perovskite nanocrystals while maintaining their morphology and light-emitting efficiency.

Furthermore, by using techniques such as single-particle photoluminescence imaging, the researchers were able to understand the momentary changes in light emission and the crystal structure, which in turn enabled them to develop a principle

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OBIO Announces National Call to Canadian Health Science Companies for Applications for the 2021 OBIO Investment Summit

The 2021 OBIO Investment Summit national call for applications from health science companies that are seeking Series A or beyond investments is now open.

Taking place online February 9–10, 2021, the Summit will gather Canada’s most promising health science companies to present to and meet with top-ranked global investors. The Summit will also feature keynote presentations from world-leading scientific and business experts, including Dr. Michael Houghton, one of the recipients of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

“Building on the success of last year’s Summit, the 2021 OBIO Investment Summit will bring the most innovative Canadian health science companies together with leading global investors to create opportunities for new and cross-border investments,” said Gail Garland, President and CEO, OBIO. “With world-class technologies, leading-edge research and a great environment for investment, Canadian companies present an incredible opportunity for global health science investors. We are looking forward to bringing the

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