Stanford team makes e-waste disappear

(USA) Researchers at Stanford University have pioneered electronic components that are biodegradable. This is a major step in the fight against the growing problem of e-waste. In 2017, some 50 million ton...

eCycling growing in popularity

Every statistic out there highlights the increasing global demand there is for electronics but what about the e-waste that goes with it? Nations and industries worldwide are working on a whole range of proje...

Simplifying electronic waste recycling

|21 March 2017| USA/India Unwanted electronics usually end up in landfill but new research suggests they could be smashed up into nanodust instead and used to make new products. Using a low-temperature...

Electronics flex their muscles

|15 February 2017| USA Wallpaper which could transform a wall into an electronic display is one possible application of a new stretchable technology. Developed by engineering researchers at Michigan St...

Wearable electronics on display at Tokyo trade show

|28 January 2016| By Kazuaki Nagata, staff writer at the Japan Times From glasses to wristbands and clothing, firms representing a variety of industries began showcasing their wearable electronic devices at a...