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Ground Breaking Circuits for Long-Term Performance in Robust Conditions

The MSU teams devices are said to benefit next-generation fuel cells, high-temperature semiconductors and solid oxide electrolysis cells -- could have applications in the auto, energy and aerospace industries.

Newer innovations in electronics are shaping given its feasibility and usability in robust and extreme conditions. Every technology with versatile characterization is advancing to pave the path for these conditions.

Ground Breaking CircuitsA group of researchers is building electronics specifically circuits tailored for extreme conditions. The group of researchers led by Michigan State University’s Jason Nicholas is collaring towards these stronger circuits.

The MSU teams devices are said to benefit next-generation fuel cells, high-temperature semiconductors and solid oxide electrolysis cells — could have applications in the auto, energy and aerospace industries.

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