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2007-03-13 Slowly but surely, China climbs nanotech ladder
Although the United States is still a leader in nanotech, the low cost of doing business in China is boosting its ranking for nanotech R&D investments, according to Lux Research.
2014-11-17 Samsung tops printed, flexible and organic electronics space
Samsung has an estimated PFOE R&D spending of $1.2 billion, as well as high open innovation scores due to its extensive outside partnerships and investments, stated Lux Research.
2006-07-18 Report: Nanotechnology risks need addressing
Environmental, health, and safety risks pose stiff challenges to commercializing nanotechnology, according to a report by Lux Research.
2012-07-24 Half of cars will be electric in 15 years, predicts Tesla CEO
Lux Research went against the optimistic forecast by saying that by 2020, less than one percent of new vehicles will be fully electric while Pike Research noted only a one percent forecast.
2006-09-25 Govt, industry leaders renew calls to study nanotech risks
Government and environmental leaders renewed calls for greater federal scrutiny of the health effects of nanotechnology.
2014-09-25 Flexible sensors to boost wearable market through 2024
Printed, flexible and organic electronic sensors are expected to offer flexible form factors, larger area, lower cost, lower power and better disposability for wearables, stated Lux Research.
2013-03-15 China's RFID card market set for 2017 explosion
According to Lux Research, the projected explosion will be driven by the government's focus on the futuristic Internet of Things (IoT) and a surge in the private sector.
2014-10-06 China makes headway in 3D printing space
China is rapidly embracing 3D printing and its sales of printers will grow four-fold to 37,800 printers in 2018, as revenues more than triple to $109 million, Lux Research revealed.
2013-10-29 Battery technologies forecasted to reach $896M by 2020
According to Lux Research, lithium-ion technologies are leading the growth as storage developers shift focus in the face of uncertainty in the emerging grid storage market.
2015-09-30 Apple's thin-film battery start-up buy seen as long shot
Of the recent high-profile deals, only Xerox's tie-up with smart packaging developer, Thin Film Electronics, represents a clear winning transaction, according to Lux Research.
2013-08-12 Touchscreen devices to lift haptics market
Lux Research forecasted that the global boom in consumer electronics, notably cell phones and tablets, will soar over 16-fold to $13.8 billion in 2025.
2013-10-18 Thermal management materials post $1.8B for 2013
Lux Research forecasts that thermal management materials for LEDs and power electronics to grow by 4.8 billion market in 2020.
2006-12-07 Nanotech venture capital to exceed $650M, exits remain thin
Venture capital investments in nanotech start-ups will reach $650 million this year, but exits for venture capitalists in nanotechnology is said to remain elusive, reported Lux Research.
2013-01-22 Graphene market set for an explosive growth in 2020
According to Lux Research, the Graphene market is projected to grow to a $126 million market in 2020, from its $9 million base in 2012.
2013-07-23 Epi-wafer market to approach $4B in 2020, says analyst
Lux Research forecasted that as the overall LED lighting becomes an $80 billion industry, the market for the epitaxial wafers will likewise enjoy considerable market growth.
2013-06-27 SiC, GaN lead market for solar inverters
Driven by the downstream demand for solar modules, silicon carbide and gallium nitride will grow to $1.4 billion in 2020, reflecting a solid seven per cent CAGR growth.
2011-04-26 Researchers doubt OPV's market potential
Citing OPV's inability to beat crystalline silicon on cost per watt, researchers predict developers will focus on niche applications where OPV provides other capabilities like transparency and flexibility.
2008-11-21 Report: Power systems embrace smart grid web
The possible market for the technology infrastructure required to uplift the nation's aging power grid into a "smart power web" is expected to nearly double over the next five years, according to a new survey.
2009-06-26 Nanotech feels downturn sting
The economic recession is draining demand in several nano-enabled product market segments, and is eroding growth along the entire value chain, from nanointermediates to nanomaterials.
2005-07-18 Nanotech conference plots future of electronics
Presenters at the First International Nanotechnology Conference on Communication and Cooperation have identified key issues facing nanotechnology.
2009-05-28 IBM, Bulgarian gov't join forces on nanotechnology
IBM Corp. and the Bulgarian government have partnered to boost the nation's nanoscience and establish the first Bulgarian nanotechnology center.
2013-01-11 Hydrogen fuel cells hampered by high costs, says report
The "hydrogen economy" remains a pipe dream with hydrogen fuel cells turning a modest $3 billion market of about 5.9 GW in 2030.
2013-05-16 Exploring the gallium nitride technology
Discover why GaN technology is touted to displace silicon MOSFET devices.
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.
2009-07-27 Battery protection IC delivers fault monitoring
Maxim's high-voltage, 12-channel battery-protection ICs prevent Li-ion battery explosions.
2009-07-24 Video sensor with MIPI suits notebooks
OmniVision Technologies has launched the ultrathin (3mm) high-performance OV7739 CMOS video sensor, developed specifically to address the low-light sensitivity demands of the fast-growing notebook PC market.
2009-03-19 Sensor to address 'sweet spot' of digicams
OmniVision Technologies Inc. claims that its new 9Mpixel OV9810 image sensor is designed specifically to address the "sweet spot" of both digital still camera (DSC) and HD camcorder market segments.
2007-01-15 Nano imaging sensor discards flash in digicams
Planet82 says its new sensor's use of nanotechnology eliminates the need for energy-intensive flash in digital cameras, mobile phones and vehicles.
2013-10-14 Importance of low power sensing for IoT
Time-synchronized channel hopping has a considerable role in overcoming the low power challenges of ubiquitous IoT connectivity.
2009-04-22 CMOS sensor suits driver assistance apps
OmniVision Technologies Inc. has launched its latest AutoVision imaging solutions, designed to address the automotive industry's demand for more vivid imaging in driver assistance applications such as back-up camera and blind spot detection systems.
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