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  • Researchers use microchannels to cool high-powered processors from underside

    Researchers have developed a novel cooling method for high-powered processors that incorporates microchannels into the silicon interposer to cool the chips from the top and bottom with liquid cooling. details>>
  • Liquid metal used to create 2-D materials not found in nature

    Researchers at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University) in Australia have created two-dimensional materials that are only a few atoms thick by dissolving metals in liquid metals to create oxide layers that can be easily peeled away. details>>
  • White paper explores techniques for measuring thermal resistance of cold plates

    A newly published white paper from Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS) gives engineers tips on how to measure the thermal resistance of a microchannel cold plate inside a liquid cooling system. details>>
  • New theory gives scientists greater control of properties of 2-D materials

    Researchers at Pennsylvania State University (University Park, Pa.) have theorized a method for controlling the grain boundaries of 2-D materials, areas where clusters of atoms meet other clusters on a substrate, which would give scientists greater influence over the properties of the materials that they are creating. details>>
  • Article discusses the higher standard required of aerospace thermal design

    A recent article from Electronics Weekly, written by Tom Gregory, a product specialist at 6SigmaET, explored the necessarily high standards required of thermal design in aerospace electronics, standards higher than in most industries. details>>
  • New filter improves power plant water consumption for cooling

    Researchers at Sandia National Laboratory (Albuquerque, N.M.) have developed a new silica filter for the coolant in power plants to reduce the amount of freshwater that plants consume by increasing the number of times that a cooling tower can be reused and recycled. details>>
  • Scientists transform ambient heat into motion in nanoscale devices

    A team of researchers from the University of Glasgow (Scotland), the University of Exeter (England) and ETH Zurich and the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland have demonstrated a magnetic system that extracts thermal energy on the nanoscale and using magnetic energy to direct rotation of the magnetization. details>>
  • Researchers create material that expands when heated to fill space

    Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) and the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) in Seoul have developed microbombs, materials that expand when heated to form microclusters that fill the space in which they are physically confined. details>>
  • White Paper outlines the use of nanofluids in electronics cooling

    Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS) recently posted a white paper on the use of nanofluids in electronics cooling applications, authored by Dr. Reza Azizian, which was originally published by the Power Sources Manufacturers Association (PSMA) as part of the organization?s roadmap of future technologies. details>>
  • Circuit design demonstrates possibility of wearable thermoelectric generators

    Engineers at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta) have used flexible polymers and novel circuitry patterns printed on paper to demonstrate the potential for wearable thermoelectric generators that harvest energy from the body to power biosensors. details>>
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