one month ago by Luke James
Edinburgh’s EPCC (formerly the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre) supercomputing facility has recently announced that it will be using the Cerebras CS-1, the world’s fastest artificial intelligence computer processing system, in the Edinburgh International Data Facility.
one month ago by Asma Arooj
Electric energy produced in Scotland comes from renewable resources such as wind, hydro, solar energy, and biomass. Following the UK’s announced…
one month ago by Biljana Ognenova
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about 2 months ago by Lianne Frith
Solar panels, being opaque due to their semiconductor layers, can traditionally only be mounted on buildings. Recently, however, scientists at Incheon University, South Korea created a transparent version of the energy harnessing technology. Could these see-through solar panels ever be integrated into windows?
2 months ago by Biljana Ognenova
2 months ago by Lianne Frith
2 months ago by Emmanuel Ikimi
Increasingly, today’s electronic equipment and devices integrate additional functionalities, but this inadvertently results in greater heat flux. We explore the various techniques used to adequately handle heat flux to ensure that electronic systems operate with efficiency.