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The Hidden Security Risks of Automotive Electronic Systems

What comes to mind when you think of an automotive energy source? I’m guessing of all the things you could possibly imagine tamarind shells wouldn’t be one of them… but maybe they should be. To start things off in this week’s Fish Fry podcast, I take a closer look at a new multi-national research study that could pave ways to supply energy to cars. (Spoiler Alert: It involves creating carbon nanosheets from tamarind shells!) Keeping with our vehiclular theme, Adrian Cosoroaba (Winbond) joins me to discuss the hidden security risks of automotive electronic systems.

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Converting tamarind shells into an energy source for vehicles (Nanyang Technological University)

International research team led by NTU Singapore converts tamarind shells into an energy source for vehicles (Press release)

 

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