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A unique calibration pattern for spatial and conductive modes in Atomic Force Microscopes

The CSIC has developed an easy procedure for manufacturing calibration patterns suitable for Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM). A unique pattern supports a simultaneous geometrical and current calibration for the sample.

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Light and non-flammable Lithium-ion electrodes

A new method to manufacture self-supported ceramic electrodes for batteries, without any flammable material, has been developed. These electrodes can be flat and very thick or can have other shapes, like tubes, and their capacity per unit area can be up to ten times higher than that of commercial ones.

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A device to obtain energy from vibrations

Scientists at the Instituto de Microelectrónica de Barcelona have developed a device to harvest energy from ambient vibrations. Sized in millimeters, it can provide with energy small devices or sensors which need little power.

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Low-cost wearable sweat analysis system

The CSIC has developed a low-cost system for analyzing sweat in real time. It has an ultra-compact format and can be integrated in wearable devices like smart-watches or patches. It enables the analysis in real-time of different sweat components and characteristics such as pH, glucose, lactate, and electrolytes.

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Graphene nanofluids for faster batteries

Scientists from the CSIC and ICN2 have developed a new type of fluids with graphene and other carbon nanoparticles for energy storage in flow-cells. The nanofluids can be used in applications that require high power and medium energy densities.

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