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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.
2015-04-15 SRC to standardise 3D chip testing
Duke University lays down the plan to designing-for-test the TSVs, so that large inexpensive probes can touch many TSV microbumps simultaneously to take measurements that ensure defect-free stacked die.
2014-03-19 Acoustic cloak shields from sonar, sound wave detection
Scientists from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University developed a hollow structure that could cloak any object placed inside, from sound.
2015-07-29 90GHz nanopatch plasmonic antennas surpass lasers
Researchers from Duke University created a structure that boost the spontaneous emission rate by 880-times while enhancing the fluorescence intensity by 2300-times while maintaining a high efficiency.
2011-06-10 Intel tech center focuses on secure computing
The second science and technology center of Intel will focus on areas PC protection against malware, use of third party applications, mobile device security and protection of personal data.
2006-05-24 U.S. engineers still competitive vs China, India
U.S. engineers are holding their own, at least for now, compared with their counterparts in China and India, concludes Duke University testimony presented this month to Congress' Committee on Education and the Workforce.
2009-01-28 Researchers develop semiconducting 'buckytubes'
A team of Duke University chemists has modified a method for growing long, straight, numerous and well-aligned carbon cylinders only a few atoms thick that paves the way for manufacturing reliable electronic nanocircuits.
2010-06-16 Copper nanowires make flexible displays, solar panels
Duke University researchers have demonstrated a new copper nanowire technology for making transparent flexible displays, solar panels and electronic circuitry.
2014-10-16 Ultrafast LEDs to ease into telecommunications?
A research work increased the photon emission rate of fluorescent molecules to 1,000 times faster than normala record achievement that could pave the way for LEDs in light-based telecommunications.
2011-12-09 Two-stage MIMO over-the-air testing
Read about the methods of MIMO over-the-air testing, and find out why the two-stage method has the advantage of being fast, efficient and flexible.
2006-11-01 Turning science-fiction idea into fact
David Schurig sat down with EE Times to describe how the cloaking device works and what electronic engineers can do to turn the science fiction idea into fact.
2009-03-19 Sneak peek at techs that could change the world
To celebrate its 125th anniversary, the IEEE recently assembled a panel of technology experts to discuss emerging research technologies that have the potential to change the world.
2014-06-18 Sensor fusion paves way for next-gen apps
Know the importance of sensor fusion in connected embedded systems and how the ARC EM4 32bit CPU-based sensor IP sub-system allows design of devices with the right performance/power consumption mix.
2014-04-21 Samsung seeks to undermine Apple's 'conjoint analysis'
Samsung's defence on day three of its trial versus Apple focused on how mere semblance of the contested features in their mobile devices does not constitute patent infringement.
2014-12-04 Protecting FPGA system with secure authenticator
Learn about the general problems that counterfeiters pose for original equipment manufacturers and end customers, and how these concerns can be addressed.
2013-12-18 MIT study uncovers hidden risk in supply chains
The study, which looks at Ford Motor's supply chain, shows that the supply firms whose disruption would inflict the greatest blow to Ford's profits are those that provide relatively low-cost components.
2008-04-24 Microfluidic lab-on-chip technology steps forward
Algorithms developed by a range of research groups aim to automate microfluidic lab-on-chip technologies that perform chemical identification and medical tests by shuffling nanoliters of samples and reagents around micron-sized channels.
2010-12-14 MEMS show quantum computing possibility
Researchers have demonstrated that qubits can be addressed with two lasers focused on them by MEMS micro-mirrors in an advancement that brings quantum computing closer to reality.
2009-06-10 Looking for the next Silicon Valley
Long the preeminent high-tech center in North America and the world, Silicon Valley saw unrivaled success that has proved very tough to clone or import. However, the U.S. industrial base is undergoing wrenching change and on the technology front, R&D in everything from electronics to solar tech is increasingly being done outside of Silicon Valley.
2010-04-30 ESC keynoter takes audience back to the future
Professor Michio Kaku treated a keynote at the ESC to a blitzkrieg of futurism that included molecular computing, teleportation, and toilets that will be way too smart for your own good.
2011-10-06 Cu nanowires target PV cells, mobile screens
A recent study shows that copper nanowires can be made into conductive coatings that may replace ITO.
2012-05-31 Benefits of PLDs to mobile handsets
Learn how low cost, low power programmable logic devices are successfully adding value to mobile handset design.
2007-10-16 Rise in foreign patent filings in the U.S. noted
Foreign nationals residing in the U.S. are contributing more to the country's intellectual property, stirring concern about maintaining its competitiveness and the debate over whether to relax immigration policy.
2008-09-19 'Smart Objects' IP networking receive support from alliance
A group of leading technology vendors and users have formed the IPSO Alliance, whose goal is promoting the Internet Protocol as the networking technology best suited for connecting "smart" objects.
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