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Universal Globally Adaptive Load-balanced Routing

In light of advancements in processor and memory implementation, the digital system's interconnection network is now the limiting factor in determining the overall system's performance. Stanford researchers from William Dally's Lab have developed a Univer...
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Framework Structure Battery Electrodes With High Power and Long Cycle Life

Researchers in Prof. Yi Cui’s laboratory have developed a family of materials that can be used to build batteries to meet the needs for grid-scale storage - high power, efficient, and long cycle life. These metal-organic-framework (MOF) materials can be...
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