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2008-06-27 IBM, ETH Zrich establish nanotech lab
IBM Corp. and the ETH Zrich University have partnered to jointly build a nanotechnology research laboratory.
2008-08-13 ETH Zurich teams up with Disney on R&D
ETH Zurich revealed a five-year R&D initiative with The Walt Disney Co.
2013-11-28 IBM's fluid dynamics simulation bags Gordon Bell Prize
This year's prestigious Gordon Bell Prize has gone to IBM and ETH Zurich in Switzerland, for their complex fluid dynamics simulation of cloud cavitation collapse.
2014-01-20 Bringing ultra-thin, flexible sensors to the next level
Researchers at ETH are developing electronic components that are thinner and more flexible than before.
2012-08-13 IBM Researchers observe electron waltz in semiconductors
Researchers from IBM and the university ETH have observed a persistent spin helix in semiconductors which could have implications for information storage and processing.
2015-04-20 Supercomputers: 5 power facts you need to know
Storage space and power budget are just two of the elements that supercomputers consume in immensely large quantities, which simply show what these powerful machines are capable of.
2009-06-26 Supercomputer gets super water-cooled
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich and IBM plan a cutting-edge water-cooled supercomputer.
2013-10-09 Researchers unravel new source of extreme UV light
Scientists blasted a 30?m droplet of tin with a high-powered laser 6,000 times a second and found that 30 per cent of the EUV emission came from behind the part of the droplet that was struck by the laser.
2011-07-04 Phase-change memory tech boasts 10M write cycles
IBM Research has demonstrated that PCM allows computers and servers to boot quickly, enhances their overall performance and can endure at least 10 million write cycles.
2010-03-17 Microfluids cool down 3D IC stacks
IBM Researchers, in collaboration with two Swiss partners, seek to extend Moore's Law another 15 years using 3D stack architectures with liquid-cooling microchannels.
2010-05-07 MEMS microbots take the spotlight
MEMS-based microbots weighing only a few nanograms and measuring a few hundred microns long took the center stage at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation.
2009-12-04 Intel multicore effort goes x86 route
Contrary to one report, the foundry business is hot with Taiwan vendors sold out and leading-edge yields improving, according to an analyst.
2008-05-23 Harvard prof develops room-temp THz laser
A Harvard University professor has demonstrated a heterodyning method cast in nonlinear materials that mixes two easy-to-generate optical frequencies spaced apart at the desired terahertz frequency, resulting in a room-temperature terahertz laser.
2010-06-17 Europe vendors team to push greener electronics
The ENIAC project is designed to enhance the competitiveness of Europe's IC and electronics companies in developing new products and technologies that are at the forefront of energy efficiency.
2013-08-06 Cobalt compound leads to greener solar cells
The replacement of iodine in copper-based DSCs with cobalt increases the sustainability of solar cells, according to scientists from the University of Basel.
2013-09-09 Carbon nanotubes amplify Raman spectroscope sensitivity
By boosting sensitivity by as much as 100,000-times, carbon nanotube enhanced Raman spectroscopes are approaching the goal of single-molecule detection in an inexpensive portable electronic nose.
2011-03-01 Backplane complies with PICMG 2.30 spec
Elma Bustronic's CompactPCI PlusIO Backplane is an 8-slot version in a 3U height with serial point-to-point connections for high-speed data transfer via PCIe, SATA, USB or Ethernet.
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