Next Generation

Copper-based Alternative for Manufacturing Next-generation Electronics

Japanese scientists developed the technology of transforming copper-based substance to material with mimicking properties of expensive metals. The metals such as gold and silver are expensive and their prices are increasing day-by-day. The new copper-based nanoparticles have promising applications for producing electronic devices that depends on gold and silver. This might make them possibly the most suitable during manufacturing of electronic components by using printing technologies. The advancement of the

Bioinspired Microrobots to Spearhead Next Generation in Manufacturing Technology

The University of Manchester is currently working on robot bees and jumping robot spiders while aiming to make progress in microrobotics. Microsystems Research Theme Leader, Dr. Mostafa Nabawy was said to present part of his research on bioinspired microrobots at the Industry 4.0 Summit in Manchester last Thursday. Nabawy explains why microrobotics could lead next-gen manufacturing technology by being a robotics revolution. After training Phidippus regius, a jumping spider species,