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2014-01-30 A*STAR IMRE, SPRING launch innovation centre for SG SMEs
A*STAR IMRE's Materials Centre of Innovation aims make advanced materials technology available to over 450 SMEs over the next three years.
2016-05-17 High-conductive thermoplastic mat'l advances 3D printing
A*STAR IMRE scientists have come up with what they describe as a novel type of thermoplastic thread that can be used in 3D printers to develop functional circuits for use in electrical gadgets.
2013-04-01 THz radiation leads to powerful nanoscale sensors
Researchers at A*STAR IMRE revealed that microstructures made up by pairs of touching semiconductor disks yield enhanced terahertz radiation.
2013-04-04 Screen protector for mobile devices yields 3D content
A nano-engineered plastic film created by A*STAR IMRE and Temasek Polytechnic turns ordinary screens of mobile devices into 3D displays.
2014-03-17 Research team creates self-powered wireless photodetectors
A team from A*STAR IMRE developed a light detector that can harvest just small quantities of detected light to generate enough energy to power a sensing signal transmission through an RF transmitter.
2013-11-12 Nanostructures allow specific filtering of colours
The team from A*STAR IMRE fabricated arrays of silver nanoscale pillars that can selectively reflect light of any desired colour.
2013-10-29 Iron oxide nanoparticles boost battery capacity
The electrode material developed at A*STAR IMRE is inexpensive, suitable for large-scale manufacturing and can store higher charge densities than conventional electrodes used in Li-ion batteries.
2013-10-01 A*STAR speeds up commercialisation of nanoimprinting foundry
A*STAR IMRE and its partners launched the Nanoimprint Foundry that will develop, test-bed and prototype specially engineered plastics and surfaces for commercialising the technologies.
2011-03-11 Singapore takes R&D initiatives to green its electronics
With increased awareness of climate change issues, green electronics will be the underlying theme for both manufacturers and consumers. Singapore is addressing these issues through R&D initiatives.
2013-11-25 Singapore bolsters global additive manufacturing competency
The Industrial Additive Manufacturing (AM) Programme aims to develop a number of critical technologies to grow an internationally competitive AM industry.
2013-09-18 Screen protector allows 3D viewing in mobile devices
EyeFly3D, a Singapore-made glasses-free 3D film, has won the Technology Innovation category in the Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES) Prestigious Engineering Achievement Awards 2013.
2013-04-18 Remote infrastructure monitoring via 'smart skin' sensors
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are developing a novel technology that would facilitate close monitoring of structures for strain, stress and early formation of cracks.
2013-03-19 Piezoelectric sensors remotely detect machine integrity
A*STAR's Institute of Materials Research and Engineering and Singapore's Hoestar PD Technology teamed up to deploy wireless piezoelectric sensors that can detect defects via remote monitoring.
2008-12-03 Nitto Denko blazes trail for organic electronics R&D
Nitto Denko Corp. opened on Dec. 1 the Nitto Denko Asia Technical Centre (NAT), the company's second center in Singapore, to spearhead and manage its R&D operations. The new center will focus strongly on integrated organic electronic device development.
2004-02-27 Korean startup to build OLED plant in Singapore
South Korean startup Ness Display Co. Ltd will spend $40 million to $60 million to build an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) plant here [Singapore] that is expected to produce a peak of 15 million to 20 million display panels a year by 2006.
2011-04-21 Gamesa opens advanced materials research lab in Singapore
Gamesa launches an advanced materials lab and develops projects involving wind turbine blade coatings, composite materials and carbon fiber polymers.
2006-12-20 Creative Sensor, Varioptic ready camera phone liquid lenses
Production of variable focus liquid lenses for zoom-enable camera phones is ramping up in Creative Sensor's manufacturing site in Wuxi, China, according to Varioptic SA.
2009-09-01 Applied aids Singapore research on moisture-resistant film
Applied Venture has made an investment in Singapore's Tera-Barrier Films on the development of a new moisture-resistant film that can extend the life span organic solar cells and flexible displays.
2010-11-23 A*STAR teams with EU orgs on molecular chips
Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology and Research has joined with ten European Union research organizations to lay the foundation for creating and testing a molecular-sized processor chip.
2015-10-19 A*Star aims to extend Moore's Law at new lab
A*Star new lab and cleanroom will be set-up at the just-opened Fusionopolis Two in collaboration with Applied Materials. The project injects $108.5 million in joint funding to research low-defect processing, ultra-thin film materials, materials analysis and modelling and simulation.
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