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2010-08-13 New method for patterning graphene discovered
Researchers at Georgia Tech have discovered a method to pattern the effective mass of graphene, with a magnetic switch to turn the pattern 'on' and 'off
2004-02-03 Three firms partner for memory chip development
Infineon Technologies North America, Genus Inc. and Albany Nano-Tech (ANT) have signed a three-year partnership program worth $12M to develop next-gen chip memory devices
2008-08-14 Sematech reports progress on EUV litho for 22nm
Sematech has disclosed a way of using extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography to define silicon devices with a half-pitch resolution as small as 22nm.
2007-10-24 Quest on for next 'big thing' in semiconductor industry
The semiconductor industry may be on its last stretch, according to the consensus of researchers who are looking for the next 'big thing
2011-01-14 Nissan Chemical, Sematech join forces for EUV research
The company joined Sematech's Resist Materials and Development Center at University at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering to cut line edge roughness and pattern collapse in images below 22nm
2006-05-01 Nanotransistors ripe for CMOS
IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center has crafted an experimental IC that uses a single-molecule nanotube as the common transistor channel for five CMOS-like inverters wired as a ring oscillator
2013-05-27 LED mystery answered by nanoscale experiment
The investigation conducted by MIT researchers and the U.S. Department of Energy may have discovered the key in utilising the full potential of LEDs and other solid-state technologies
2011-05-24 FUJIFILM joins SEMATECH's resist center
FUJIFILM has joined SEMATECH's Resist Materials and Development Center to further enhance the technology on image development and testing imaging materials for EUV sensitivity
2007-01-01 End of Moore's Law prompts technology search
The search is on for a technology that could replace today's workhorse CMOS-based silicon
2003-02-10 Education overhaul pushed for nanotech revolution
Nanotechnology is taking on a life of its own, inexorably changing electronics in the same way as the transition from tubes to ICs.
2008-07-21 Chip industry preps for 'More than Moore' era
Chip and semiconductor equipment makers are at a crossroads as they face an era that might be called "More than Moore
2009-04-07 Researchers tap viruses for 'green' batteries
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers claim that genetically-engineered viruses can be used to assemble tiny batteries that can then be printed on plastic films
2013-04-29 Nanoscale CMOS boasts record mm-wave output power
Engineers found a way to use multiple nanoscale CMOS transistors to generate nearly a watt of power at millimeter-wave frequenciesnearly five times greater than what was currently possible
2011-05-20 Activated graphene powers supercaps for up to 27 years
Activated graphene fabricated by University of Texas researchers can power up supercapacitors for up to 27 years just by charging it for a single day
2006-08-21 NIST scientists release update on bistable atomic switch research
NIST scientists injected a charge that switched a single cobalt atom between two locations on a crystalline substrate. This single-atom oscillator development could become the basis for a future bistable atomic switch
2009-03-03 22nm chips to be developed by trio
IBM Corp., Applied Materials Inc. and the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) of the University at Albany have agreed to jointly develop process modeling technology for manufacturing 22nm logic and memory chips
2009-03-13 Tech recharges batteries in a snap
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a surface treatment that could recharge Li-ion batteries in seconds
2008-03-13 Next gold rush spells solar power
There is almost palpable excitement about the environmental and political benefits of solar power technology, which offers a secure domestic power source that's free from the leash of the oil industry, low in maintenance, and high in modularity and scalability
2003-08-08 Nanolitho effort harnesses self-assembly
Nanoscale patterning of silicon substrates could enable manufacturable nanoscale chips within the decade
2011-09-30 Intel, IBM invest $4.4B in R&D facility
Intel and IBM are leading the development of a chip R&D center in New York that focuses on next-generation ICs and process technologies
2007-01-01 Asia sets eye on more design activities
With the slew of investments and expansion projects undertaken in India, Singapore, Malaysia and even Vietnam last year, global companies have reaffirmed their confidence in the huge potential of these nations
2013-10-01 A*STAR speeds up commercialisation of nanoimprinting foundry
A*STAR IMRE and its partners launched the Nanoimprint Foundry that will develop, test-bed and prototype specially engineered plastics and surfaces for commercialising the technologies
2004-02-19 Optical computer components unveiled
Photonic microchips were enabled by Cornell University's announcement at the American Association for the Advancement of Science
2016-02-13 Graphene-on-glass advances semiconductors
Scientists devised new method to develop resilient, high-performing graphenelayering it on top of common glass. The glass' sodium atoms optimised graphene's electronic properties.
2013-11-07 Implantable sensor to enable long-term medical monitoring
MIT researchers developed carbon nanotubes that detect nitric oxide can be implanted under the skin for more than a year
2007-11-29 Nanotechnology R&D flourishes in Israel
Nanotechnology R&D is growing rapidly in Israel, with 81 nanotechnology companies and 326 academic researchers in the country
2012-04-24 Graphene achieves terahertz frequency
IBM demonstrated terahertz graphene photonics that could be useful in future mid- and far-infrared photonic devices including detectors, modulators and 3D metamaterials
2015-10-05 Carbon nanotube breakthrough could extend Moore's Law
IBM Research found a way to scale down the channel length to the 1.8nm node and may allow Moore's Law to be extended to the sub-nm angstrom levels using the same EUV CMOS process
2012-08-30 Ultrathin lens eliminates optical aberrations
Applied physicists at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences created a 60nm flat lens that focuses light without imparting the distortions of conventional lenses
2014-07-07 Two-step process crops transparent graphene substitute
The process involves coating the substrate with a polymer solution and heating it at 1,200C. The resulting material, transparent and conductive, exhibits properties inherent in graphene
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