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The 140 GHz transmitter chip

Oct 21, 2014 08:00 BST Chalmers University of Technology The photo shows the 140 GHz transmitter chip, containing an I-Q modulator, a 3-stage amplifier, and a x3 frequency multiplier for the local oscillator. The chip was designed by Sona Carpenter, Herbert Zirath, and Mingquan Bao. Data-transmission measurements was done by Simon He. The chip size is 1.6x1.2 mm2.

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Cherenkov light cone created by particles moving through a metamaterial

Oct 16, 2014 16:08 BST Chalmers University of Technology Cherenkov light cone created by particles moving through a metamaterial designed by Chalmers’ researcher Philippe Tassin and colleagues. The material is constituted by silver cylinders, a few tens of nanometers thick, embedded in a nonconductive material.

Philippe Tassin, assistant professor, Dep of Applied Physics, Chalmers University of Technology

Oct 16, 2014 14:32 BST Chalmers University of Technology

The patient in daily living

Oct 08, 2014 19:00 BST Chalmers University of Technology The patient has an osseointegrated prosthesis with robust neural control in activities of daily living. (This image may only be used by journalists.)

The patient with a drilling machine

Oct 08, 2014 19:00 BST Chalmers University of Technology The patient has an osseointegrated prosthesis with robust neural control resilient to electromagnetic interference. (This image may only be used by journalists.)

Max Ortiz Catalan, the patient and Rickard Brånemark

Oct 08, 2014 19:00 BST Chalmers University of Technology Dr. Max Ortiz Catalan (left) and Assoc. Prof. Rickard Brånemark (right) with the first patient treated with the osseointegrated implant system for neural control. (This image may only be used by journalists.)

The patient during his professional activities

Oct 08, 2014 19:00 BST Chalmers University of Technology The patient wearing a prosthetic arm directly connected to his bone, nerves, and muscles, during his professional activities. He has done that for more than a year. (This image may only be used by journalists.)

Cartoon of the experiment

Oct 02, 2014 19:00 BST Chalmers University of Technology The researchers have used adaptive laboratory evolution to produce the yeast. The method allows new characteristics to be produced without knowing which mutations are required to achieve them.

Yeast cells growing under controlled conditions in bioreactors.

Oct 02, 2014 19:00 BST Chalmers University of Technology Yeast cells growing under controlled conditions in bioreactors. The researchers measure how the cells grow, how fast they grow, what they eat, how much they eat, what they produce and how they use oxygen.