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May 22, 2015

Field Study Shows How a GM Crop Can Have Diminishing …

Researchers found that the toxin in a widely used genetically modified (GM) crop is having little impact on the crop pest called corn earworm (Helicoverpa zea) – which is consistent with predictions made almost 20 years […] 

May 21, 2015

Scientists Create Liquid Metal Antenna

Researchers have created a reconfigurable liquid metal antenna controlled by voltage only. Jacob Adams et al., engineering, featured. 

May 21, 2015

Reconfigurable liquid metal EGaIn antenna is 2X more powerful than the regular ones

Researchers have designed a liquid metal antenna that might soon bring drastic changes in the world of mobile devices. Michael Dickey, chemical & biomolecular engineering, featured. 

May 21, 2015

Tunable liquid metal antennas

NC State researchers have created a liquid metal antenna that can be tuned to listen to various frequencies by applying electrical voltage. Michael Dickey, featured. 

May 21, 2015

How a GM crop can have diminishing success at fighting off insect pest

Researchers found that the toxin in a widely used genetically modified (GM) crop is having little impact on the crop pest called corn earworm (Helicoverpa zea) – which is consistent with predictions made almost 20 years […] 

May 21, 2015

Scientists Come Up With More Powerful Antenna Using …

NC State researchers have discovered a way to turn liquid metal into an antenna, opening up a number of possibilities for the discovery. Michael Dickey and Jacob Adams, engineering, featured. 

May 21, 2015

Field study shows how a GM crop can have diminishing …

Researchers found that the toxin in a widely used genetically modified (GM) crop is having little impact on the crop pest called corn earworm (Helicoverpa zea) – which is consistent with predictions made almost 20 years […] 

May 20, 2015

Voltage-controlled liquid metal antenna extends tuning range

Using electrochemistry, NC State researchers have developed a reconfigurable, voltage-controlled liquid metal antenna that may play a huge role in future mobile devices and the coming Internet of Things. Michael Dickey and Jacob Adams, engineering, featured. 

May 20, 2015

Researchers develop Liquid Antenna controlled by Voltage

NC State researchers have created a liquid metal antenna that can be tuned to listen to various frequencies by applying electrical voltage. Michael Dickey and Jacob Adams, engineering, featured. 

May 20, 2015

‘Terminator’ technology? Amazing liquid metal antenna could revolutionize mobile phone industry

NC State researchers have found a way to control the surface tension of liquid metals by using low voltages, which could lead to vast improvements in electronics.