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2016-02-15 Super-thin acoustic metasurface seamlessly absorbs sound
Researchers from CNRS and the University of Lorraine developed a design for a coiled-up acoustic metasurface that can achieve total acoustic absorption in very low-frequency ranges.
2012-04-30 Research reveals self-assembling super-nano plastic fibers
Researchers from CNRS and the Universit de Strasbourg have developed a highly-conductive plastic nanofiber that self-assembles when triggered by a flash of light.
2009-10-12 NTU, CRNS, Thales set up nanotech lab in Singapore
The alliance known as the CNRS International-NTU-Thales Research Alliance (CINTRA) will set up a joint laboratory at NTU's Research Techno Plaza.
2005-09-12 Vienna to host nano-imprint litho seminar
Photomask vendor Photronics has said it will host a seminar on nano-imprint lithography during the Micro- and Nanoengineering Conference in Vienna, Austria, on Sept. 21.
2012-05-17 Ultra-thin films open new possibilities in flexible electronics
The new class of thin films based on hybrid copolymers could give rise to numerous applications in flexible electronics, in areas as diverse as nanolithography, biosensors and photovoltaic cells.
2004-03-11 Three chip giants form European technology project
Europe's three largest semiconductor companies - Infineon, Philips and STMicroelectronics - are teaming up with a network of European technology research laboratories to kick off a new CMOS logic technology development project called NanoCMOS.
2008-04-21 Teramobile laser triggers lightning strikes
Scientists have triggered lightning strikes using a Teramobile laser. The goal is to create miles-long plasma filaments that will extend from clouds to the ground, providing an economical conduit to channel surefire strikes for the purpose of studying lightning's mechanisms and its effects on infrastructure.
2009-07-22 ST, CEA-LETI launch Nano2012 program
STMicroelectronics and CEA-LETI, the French Laboratory for Electronics & Information Technology have announced the formal launch of the Nano2012 Research and Development program at ST's site at Crolles.
2011-01-26 SrTiO3 offers multifunction possibilities
Researchers have found a way to create a conductive layer on the surface of strontium titanate that offers the possibility of enabling different functions on a single microelectronic device.
2015-11-27 Singapore develops smart chip that checks battery health
The smart chip warns if the battery in a smartphone or an electric vehicle is faulty or at risk of catching fire. Current warning systems only alert users when the battery is already overheating.
2014-02-10 Researchers highlight graphene's ballistic transport property
The study reveals that graphene nanoribbons act more like optical waveguides or quantum dots, allowing electrons to flow smoothly along the edges of the material to spawn innovative electronic devices.
2002-06-06 Researchers demo self-assembling nanowires
Researchers at Aarhus University here have demonstrated a nanometer-scale fabrication technique that self-assembles tiny wires atop substrates, with an eye toward interconnecting molecular electronic circuits in the future.
2008-08-07 Researchers confirm lithium batteries can be used in cars
French researchers claim they can explain why lithium iron phosphate, to be used in future lithium batteries, conducts electricity despite being an insulating material.
2016-03-16 Probing ReRAMs: 3D filaments, brain-like functions
Here's a look at a research on ReRAMs based only on the sub-oxides of silicon to make the case for the suitability of their devices for use as emulators of brain-like neural functions.
2007-10-09 NXP strengthens French operations with new R&D center
NXP Semiconductors has opened a new R&D center in Caen France with 800 engineers and researchers.
2013-01-16 Molecular motors in development, says Nature journal
Researchers from various backgrounds are currently developing a multi-component molecular motor which could help pave the way for nanoscale devices.
2014-02-11 Graphene ribbons exhibit exceptional electrical conductivity
The graphene ribbons allow electrons to move freely without scattering and can transport electric current ballistically, that is, without encountering resistance within the material at room temperature.
2009-10-01 French solar market gets partnership, VC boost
Several initiatives have emerged to foster solar energy in France from energy companies, solar cell manufacturer, material and equipment supplier, academic research and VC firms.
2014-02-07 French researchers develop first ever single-molecule LED
The researchers used a single polythiophene wire made of hydrogen, carbon and sulphur, and emits light only when the current passes in a certain direction.
2005-06-29 Freescale joins Europe's 45nm gate stack project
Freescale Semiconductor has joined Europe's ambitious NanoCMOS project, which is researching the 45nm CMOS logic manufacturing process node.
2004-01-14 Europe plans mega funding for nano CMOS
The European Commission (EC) has approved the first phase of a proposed multiyear collaborative research program to advance CMOS beyond the 45nm node.
2010-11-23 A*STAR teams with EU orgs on molecular chips
Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology and Research has joined with ten European Union research organizations to lay the foundation for creating and testing a molecular-sized processor chip.
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