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2005-04-18 Osram, DOE illuminates path towards white OLEDs
Osram recently announced the first fruits of its million dollar research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy with the release of new white OLEDs that promise to conserve energy in various commercial and residential lighting apps.
2013-12-30 Taking new steps in rechargeable battery research
Researchers from U.S. DOE developed a way to microscopically view battery electrodes while they are bathed in wet electrolytes, mimicking realistic conditions inside actual batteries.
2004-03-16 Co-design strategies tame PC system bus
The design of high-speed buses is only possible through the use of the proper EDA tools and effective methods, such as DOE, to co-design the entire bus.
2003-12-02 Osram Opto gets U.S. government funding for study
Osram Opto Semiconductors announced that they will be receiving 4.65M dollars from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to develop white OLEDs.
2014-12-10 OPF eyes more Power innovations, partners
IBM's OPF assists in building U.S. DOE's Coral next-generation supercomputers. It also helps in processing big data and developing flash memory applications that support its CAPI interconnect.
2008-07-23 Efforts heat up in bid to draw investors on energy apps
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is making beefing up efforts to attract entrepreneurs at early stages to commercialize renewable energy concepts.
2009-06-02 Wave solder exposure of SMT packages
Attaching surface mount components to the bottom side of a PCB by wave solder processing is common practice. Because surface mount components are normally soldered using a reflow oven process, the impact of wave soldering and wave solder simulation methods must be understood.
2015-04-17 US builds world's fastest supercomputer
The Collaboration of Oak Ridge, Argonne and Lawrence Livermore (CORAL) project financed by the U.S. Department of Energy aims to one-up the Chinese with up to 200petaflops systems by 2018.
2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components.
2008-06-20 Universal Display achieves 102lm/W in white OLEDs
Universal Display Corp. has demonstrated a 102lm/W at 1000cd/m? phosphorescent OLED technology that has the potential to create significant economic and energy benefits for future solid-state lighting systems.
2005-06-20 Ultracapacitor technology breakthrough powers higher-performance products
Maxwell's new large cell BOOSTCAP ultracapacitor cells and multi-cell modules are based on a technology that enables them to store more energy and deliver more power per unit volume.
2003-11-07 U.S. project targets optical links for future supercomputers
Seeking to boost strategicially important supercomputing, the Energy Department has awarded a $20 million contract to an IBM-Corning research team to develop optically-switched interconnects for supercomputers.
2005-09-01 Transceiver eases the task of passing USB compliance testing
The new USB transceiver from Micrel supports both full-speed (12Mbps) and low-speed (1.5Mbps) operation, and introduces superior edge rate control, producing crisper eye diagrams.
2014-06-11 Techniques for enabling dimmable LED bulbs
Many LED lamps are advertised as dimmable, however in reality the performance of many of them is unimpressive with varying results depending on the dimmer used and loading of the circuit.
2016-04-22 Surprising discovery reveals enhanced battery
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory researchers discovered a rechargeable battery that's as inexpensive as conventional car batteries, but has a much higher energy density.
2010-04-28 SunPower, Flextronics build solar plant in Silicon Valley
SunPower Corp. has partnered with Flextronics to begin manufacturing solar panels in Milpitas, California by the end of this year.
2013-12-05 Stanford team says stanene may be better than graphene
The new material, according to the researchers, conduct electricity on next-generation microchips with "100 percent efficiency" at room temperature and above.
2014-07-10 Sponge-like Si bests graphite as Li-ion electrode
Apart from having over 10 times the storage capacity of graphite, the porous silicon can give the batteries' electrodes the space they need to expand without breaking.
2011-03-24 Solid-state lighting poised to take off
While experts believe LEDs will remain the dominant SSL technology until 2020, they insist the rate of SSL adoption will still depend on how soon the cost of ownership can be reduced.
2009-10-30 Solar panel achieves 20.4% total area efficiency
SunPower has produced a full-sized solar panel with a 20.4 percent total area efficiency.
2009-12-24 Solar Energy, ITRI Taiwan ink PV deal
Solar Energy Initiatives and the ITRI Taiwan have entered a business and technical collaboration agreement to build, integrate, test and commercialize solar products and solutions.
2011-04-19 Solar cell maker claims new efficiency record
Solar Junction uses its proprietary adjustable spectrum lattice-matched technology in its cells in order to optimally partition the solar spectrum for maximum efficiency and reliability.
2014-08-04 Sodium-beta battery operates at as low as 150C
The test battery carries a liquid metal alloy electrode, lowering the operating temperature from 350C and retaining about 97 per cent of its initial storage capacity after 100 charge/discharge cycles.
2009-04-09 Smart grid: ready for take off?
2009 could be the year the smart grid starts its transformation from an overhyped and ill-defined concept to a set of clearly articulated pieces and working prototypes.
2012-03-06 Skilled workforce: Key to U.S. manufacturing success
What the U.S. manufacturing base needs is a revival of flexible, design-driven manufacturing and a new, modular approach to training the next generation of workforce.
2014-05-19 Silicon photonics oil the works for high-speed switching
Optical components are integrated with multi-chip modules using packaging advancements with micro bumps and module substrates. The next target is to scale the technology in a cost-efficient approach.
2012-03-08 Shining the spotlight on Malaysia's LED industry
The Malaysian government is fiercely promoting the LED industry in multiple ways. The ecosystem calls for more efforts to bring down the prices to a competitive level for the local manufacturer.
2010-02-03 Semprius, Siemens co-develop solar test systems
Semprius and Siemens have entered into a joint development agreement to co-develop and deploy plug-and-play demonstration systems.
2011-05-11 Research shows strengths of superconducting FETs
The Brookhaven lab configured a normally insulating copper-oxide material in the same way as the channel of an FET and used molecular beam epitaxy to create an atomically perfect superconducting film.
2015-01-22 Renewable energy projects in Philippines get incentives
The Philippines has beefed up its efforts to promote renewable energy by endorsing 14 projects for a set of incentives through the feed-in-tariff scheme to the Energy Regulatory Commission.
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