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2008-04-24 Seoul Semi, Everlight settle patent suit with Columbia U prof
Seoul Semiconductor and Everlight Electronics have signed settlement agreements in a patent case brought before the U.S. ITC by Gertrude Neumark Rothschild, a professor emerita at Columbia University.
2003-06-11 Nanosys obtains nanotech rights from Berkeley, Columbia
Nanosys Inc. has signed exclusive agreements for worldwide rights of IPs covering nanocomposite solar cells developed by Berkeley National Labs and Columbia University.
2015-02-13 Nano-machines mimic self-repair capabilities of living cells
Columbia University professor Henry Hess said a new generation of nano-robots and nano-machines will be 1,000-times smaller than MEMS, working at the nanometre scale.
2015-08-03 Graphene-based bulb brings light to semicon ICs
A team of researchers developed what they boast as essentially the world's thinnest light bulb, an on-chip visible light source using graphene as a filament.
2006-01-24 Carbon nanotube, molecule joined to create new transistor
Columbia University researchers have successfully married a carbon nanotube with an organic molecule, creating what they said is the world's first hybrid carbon-nanotube/molecular transistor.
2011-12-23 Technion, Cornell picked for tech campus
New York City plans a $2 billion science and engineering campus that could serve 2,500 students and 280 faculty by 2043.
2013-05-29 Thinnest semiconductor grown from MoS2 crystals
Columbia University researchers studied how MoS2 crystals stitch together, helping them understand the optical and electronic properties of the material.
2008-05-29 Sony, Sanyo, Exceed, Lucky Light settle LED suit
Four consumer electronics companies including Sony Corp. and Sanyo Electric Co Ltd, Exceed Perseverance Electronic Ind. Co Ltd and Lucky Light Electronics Co Ltd, have agreed to license patents owned by a Columbia University Professor Emerita that cover basic semiconductor technology used in Blu-ray video players as well as mobile phones, digital cameras and other devices.
2013-02-13 Self-powered sensors eliminate need for new batteries
An engineer at Columbia University designed self-powered systems using nanoscale devices that can transmit and receive wireless signals using so little power that their batteries never need replacing.
2013-09-19 Research interfaces solid-state with biological systems
A team of researchers from Columbia University won a $1 million 3-year grant from the W. M. Keck Foundation to advance their research in combining biological components with solid-state electronics.
2003-06-27 IBM announces breakthrough in semiconducting nanoparticles
In a joint effort between scientists from Columbia University and the University of New Orleans, IBM has announced a new three-dimensional designer material assembled from two different types of particles only billionths of a meter across.
2010-11-04 Startup emerges with debug tool
An EDA company called Veridae Systems Inc. has spun out of research done at the University of British Columbia promising to deliver breakthrough technology for post-silicon debug and validation.
2008-03-10 Magnetic device lets one 'feel' 3D computer objects
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a device that could allow people to feel textures and shapes of 3D designs created on computerswithout awkward mechanical gear
2013-05-29 Fastest measurements made of ion channel proteins
A team of researchers at Columbia Engineering has used miniaturized electronics to measure the activity of individual ion-channel proteins with temporal resolution as fine as 1ms
2011-08-01 Wireless tech increases spectrum utilization
DIDO is a wireless technology that increases the data capacity of a wireless spectrum while increasing reliability and reducing the cost and complexity of wireless devices.
2007-08-01 Roads diverge on the way to thinner PCs
Engineers are forging ahead on two fronts to define lower-power, lower-cost devices that deliver the full capabilities of a desktop PC.
2012-01-05 Prepping Ethernet for new prioritization, timing tasks
New generations of switch, MAC and physical-layer chips for Ethernet are emerging to address new QoS and timing demand while integrating a MIPS processor to support advanced features and any combination of MPLS, MPLS-TP, and traditional bridging.
2011-02-11 Pelican creates array camera for mobiles
Pelican Imaging's computational camera array architecture allows for thinner smartphones, and enhances image and video quality. It also offers features such as 3D depth, gesture control, among others.
2004-04-12 Oregon boosts nanotechnology funding
Oregon Gov. Theodore Kulongoski said the state will boost nanotechnology research with $20 million in initial state funding to cover infrastructure costs at Oregon's Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute.
2007-10-01 Manufacturers tip hot chips, interconnects
Manufacturers and researchers have provided a peek inside their advanced multicore processors and research into the on- and off-chip networks that those future microprocessors may use at the Hot Chips and Hot Interconnects conferences.
2012-02-24 Integrated voltage regulators cut power by 20%
Inverted voltage regulation will be able to respond to the energy needs of future CMOS chips in nanoseconds, compared to microseconds with off-chip voltage regulators, the researchers said.
2013-01-17 IC firms promising memristive microchips as early as 2013
Memristors mimic the process flow of the human brain thereby making it a solid architectural foundation for a new era of cognitive computers.
2013-05-02 Grasp the significance of gesture interface
When combined with other advanced user interface technologies, gestures can create a richer user experience that strives to understand the human language, thereby fueling the next wave of electronic innovation.
2013-09-18 Graphene cuts cost of photodetectors
Researchers from MIT said that graphene has promising applications in photodetectors, devices that convert optical signals to electrical signals in integrated optoelectronic computer chips.
2014-07-28 Google, Facebook clash steps up in data centre networking space
Google and Facebook will share their visions of data centre networking, likely both similar and competing, at the Hot Interconnects event in August.
2012-02-23 Fundamentals of embedded firewalls (Part 1)
Learn about the need to defend against the growing number of vulnerabilities and hacking dangers.
2014-02-21 Artemis promises max connectivity in low mobility areas
Artemis Networks adopts interference in their technology to add to the carrier network's data capacity by using distributed antenna techniques.
2012-09-05 3D medical tissues monitored with electronic sensors
A research team set out to design a 3-D scaffold that could monitor electrical activity using Electronic sensors made of silicon nanowires.
2014-07-23 Wearables market to gain from force illusion tech
Two Japanese researchers developed force display devices, called Traxion and Buru-Navi3, which exploit the fact that a vibrating object is perceived as either pulling or pushing when held.
2011-07-07 Tektronix acquires Veridae
Tektronix has signed an agreement to buy ASIC/FPGA prototyping vendor, Veridae Systems.
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