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2014-03-25 Strain tunes surface electron states of TIs
Surface electrons behave like massless Dirac particles in a similar way to electrons in graphene, which make TIs a prime platform for the realisation of solid state quantum computing devices.
2009-06-18 Stickers offer way to stretchable electronics
A collaborative study by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers and others suggests that ultra-thin, flexible but strong materials such as graphene are ideal candidates for stretchable electronic applications.
2015-11-10 Improve Li-ion battery performance using hydrogen
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists found that hydrogen-treated graphene nanofoam electrodes in the lithium ion batteries show higher capacity and faster transport.
2014-05-26 7nm, 5nm scaling compels adoption of new materials
Shifting advanced nodes involve exploring alternativesfrom silicon to graphene, FinFET to SOIand considering how to apply the strengths associated with 3D device architectures to new technologies.
2015-07-23 What will drive 5G to the next level?
NYU Wireless has spent years creating mmW channel modes. Nevertheless, detailed system designs and improved architectures must be developed before mmW products can enter the market in a real way.
2012-11-20 Tooth tattoo sensor able to measure bacteria levels in mouth
A team of nanoscientists and bioengineers have developed an oral sensor which can measure the bacteria levels in the mouth, which could one day help dentists fine-tune their treatments for patients.
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.
2011-07-21 TCNL fabs ferroelectric nanostructures on plastic
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a way to fabricate nanometer-scale ferroelectric structures directly on substrates.
2012-03-22 Supercapacitors to answer energy issues in portable electronics
An EC that combines the power performance of capacitors with the high energy density of batteries would represent a significant advance in energy storage technology.
2014-06-26 Sputtering method reduces GaN LED prod'n cost
University of Tokyo researchers developed a technology for creating GaN LEDs on glass substrate that could not only reduce manufacturing costs but also help to develop OLED light panels.
2008-03-27 Speedy chip secret ingredient: Carbon
Researchers at the University of Maryland claim that carbon transistors could outperform the fastest chip materials, including indium antimonide.
2012-12-19 Smart grids to reach $6.1B in storage products in 2018
Research firm NanoMarkets predicts that the Smart Grid market will reach 6.1 billion by 2018, with carbon electrodes leading the surge.
2015-06-24 Scalable production of low-temperature 2D MoS2 films
Researchers at the University of Southampton's Zepler Institute characterised large-area 2D films of molybdenum disulphide at room temperature using a process that is scalable to any size wafer.
2014-06-19 RF design staple finds use in quantum computing
With the ability to create any waveform imaginable for a wide range of applications, arbitrary waveform generators are being used to work out the manipulation of qubits to develop quantum computers.
2014-04-10 Researchers measure reaction rates in electrodes
According to MIT researchers, they were able, for the first time, to measure electrochemical reactions, the fundamental charge transfer rate, inside the porous electrodes of batteries.
2013-10-24 Researchers create supercapacitors out of silicon
Vanderbilt University researchers unveiled a supercapacitor design that allows storage of energy in chips with applications seen for solar cells and sensors.
2013-09-24 Researchers create densest array of carbon nanotubes
A team from Cambridge University in Englan said the recently developed material can help improve thermal interface materials, battery electrodes and supercapacitors.
2014-03-11 Research team brings 'rollable' displays closer to reality
University of Surrey teamed up with scientists from Philips to create a technology that could see flexible electronics such as affordable roll-up tablets become widely available in the near future.
2014-03-14 Research groups focus on harnessing WSe2 properties
MIT, University of Washington and Vienna University of Technology have each conducted a separate research that examines the potential of WSe2 to create innovative optoelectronic devices.
2015-12-21 Recent developments in supercaps
Supercaps are stepping up to the challenge by increasing energy density with new nanomaterials that enlarge electrode surface area and thus boost their ability to hold an electric charge.
2010-04-07 Quest for the right road to lithography
The industry has long known that without a viable NGL solutionwhich most assumed would be EUVMoore's Law scaling would slow and the secular growth rate of the IC industry would decline.
2014-07-14 Quantum dots make light work of light
The tiny crystals have made its mark in applications including displays, solar panels and, now, in anti-counterfeiting with their ability to emit unique signature of light frequencies.
2016-02-11 Quantum dot nanotubes eliminate need for semiconductors
Michigan Tech is working toward ultra-small flexible electronics that remove semiconductors in favour of the more flexible capabilities of metallic quantum dots and isoelectronic crystals.
2014-03-10 Perform electrical characterisation of biosensors
Proper testing of the electrical portions of these sensors is essential to support their development.
2014-03-28 On-chip interconnect costs head for further study
With 16nm chips moving to production this year, companies are actively developing the 10nm and 7nm technology nodes.
2011-06-09 OEMS join touchscreen bandwagon
OEMs are joining the touchscreen bandwagon, creating an instant ecosystem that could vanish just as fast if LCD makers build touchscreens directly onto displays.
2015-02-24 Novel transistor exhibits quantum spin Hall effect
MIT researchers discovered an innovative transistor that harnesses a new effect, called the quantum spin Hall effect, to create a topological field effect transistor (TFET).
2014-12-29 Novel technique opens path to low-cost 3D nanomanufacturing
Laser shock imprinting creates large-area patterns of 3D nanoshapes from metal sheets that will inexpensively mass produce innovations such as "plasmonic metamaterials" for advanced technologies.
2014-04-16 Nanowire manipulation yields boosted optical devices
Years of research at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have resulted in developments including hexagonal crystal structure in the GaAs nanowires, which facilitates material effectiveness in solar cells and LEDs.
2013-12-17 Moore's Law may not be a dead end after all
Henry Samueli, co-founder of Broadcom, said that on a positive note, the looming certainty of Moore's Law could push companies such as Broadcom to be more clever about design possibilities.
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