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2011-02-17 Phosphorescent emitters cut solid-state lighting costs
The new metal-free organic compounds form strong bonds with halogens in the crystal, tightly packing molecules, thus suppressing vibration and heat losses during recombination, for strong phosphorescence.
2006-03-16 Darwin's ideas evolve design
Emerging engineering approaches inspired by evolutionary principles will transform the field in the future.
2016-02-19 Cyber theft amounts to millions in profits, study reveals
On average, a batch of 50 stolen credit or debit cards can make a seller between about $250,000 and $1 million, according to a study commissioned by the National Institute of Justice.
2007-10-29 Atom smasher discovers new Si, Al, Mg isotopes
A U.S. university lab began smashing atoms in hopes of cataloging the isotopes for the other 110 elements on the periodic table. So far, they've found three never-before-observed isotopes of silicon, aluminum and magnesium
2011-01-19 Nanowires coil for stretchable electronics
North Carolina State University researchers report the production of coils of silicon nanowire integrated onto a substrate that they say is the answer to creating stretchable electronics
2002-11-26 Superconducting junctions eyed for quantum computing
Josephson junctions, a superconducting type of transistor, are being investigated as a possible route to scalable quantum computers by a physicist at the University of Michigan
2013-06-26 Researchers develop nanoscale transistors without silicon
A team of researchers at Michigan Technological University wanted to go beyond the limitations of semiconductors to create a transistor using a nanoscale insulator with nanoscale metals on top
2005-02-11 MEMs RF front-end filters needed
The microelectromechanical systems industry has huge opportunities in the market for radio frequency front-end filters, panelists said here during the International Solid-State Circuits Conference
2013-07-19 Gold-studded polyurethane can better conduct electricity
Networks of spherical nanoparticles embedded in elastic materials result in the most flexible conductors, claims University of Michigan engineering researchers
2008-07-21 Brighter white OLEDs could replace light bulbs
A University of Michigan researcher claims that a solid-state, white-light source can be brighter on a per-watt basis than incandescent bulbs.
2013-11-25 Maximise the processing power of wireless modules
Using a wireless module's excess processing capacity to replace the MCU can yield a better cellular-equipped system.
2013-10-29 Design an efficient, smart thermal mgmt system
Build a thermal management system with fewer ICs while reducing the customisation needed.
2005-03-01 Students aim to make 'greener' car
Young engineers are doing car makeovers for a healthier and a greener environment.
2009-04-13 IBM Fellow sees end of Moore's Law
IBM Corp. Fellow Carl Anderson, who oversees physical design and tools in its server division, predicted during the recent International Symposium on Physical Design 2009 conference the end of continued exponential scaling down of the size and cost of semiconductors.
2012-08-10 Explore power conversion opportunities in solar-powered LED Lighting
A solid power-conversion strategy enables rapid development and deployment of solutions that utilize the latest technologies.
2013-08-30 Equip robotic systems with spatial sensing
Know how depth-discerning image sensors and robust software algorithms enable robots to navigate and interact with objects around them.
2016-03-30 Wearables require technology, logistics collaboration
The booming wearable technology industry requires semiconductor makers to work with experienced and reliable logistics providers that can offer multimodal transportation and properly ship items.
2015-01-07 Using sub-threshold techniques for IC design
The use of sub-threshold techniques can be a powerful way to create circuits that consume dramatically less energy than those built using standard design practices.
2004-01-16 Upgrading to a real-time IP network
Despite this impressive growth, IP networks have not succeeded in supporting real-time apps and converged legacy services.
2008-09-15 U.S. lab outwits Europe's supercollider in particle testing
A U.S. laboratory claims to beat out Europe's new supercollider for the world's first observation of a new subatomic particle.
2007-02-01 Streamline body electronics system development with model-based design
Model-based design reduces time-to-market by ensuring throughout the design process that the control system meets requirements, and by enabling hardware validation as it becomes available through hardware-in-the-loop testing.
2006-10-02 Self-healing chips prevent system failure
Semiconductor Research Corp. and the National Science Foundation are funding a groundbreaking research effort into "self-healing" chips that can detect and repair defects in the field.
2001-05-01 Reusable models trim software costs
The cost of developing embedded real-time software can be reduced by using an architecture that supports integration of software components and their behavior, and reconfiguration of component behavior at executable-code level.
2008-11-27 Researchers develop fish-like hydropower generator
Researchers tout to have fashioned a fish-like hydrokinetic scheme that harnesses both fast and slow underwater currents to generate electricity.
2014-05-29 NXP board turns audio jack into plug-and-play interface
The audio jack platform adapts the standard 3.5mm jack to control external devices, as well as support application development. It is based on a 32bit MCU, and uses Manchester coding to achieve communication between the smartphone and MCU.
2011-02-25 Millimeter-sized processor unveiled
The millimeter-sized, all-in-one processor is designed for use in wireless sensor networks, remote surveillance and other applications requiring on-chip trackable smarts.
2002-06-24 Micro medical devices could transform health care
Wireless microsystems promise "spectacular advances in health care" for the blind, deaf and epileptic and those suffering with Parkinson's and heart disease, a celebrated pioneer in the field of MEMS maintains.
2011-02-16 ISSCS 2011 takes peek at new Imec tech
Among the results to be presented are a biomedical signal processor, a reconfigurable transceiver that eliminates the need for SAW filters and a functional 8bit MCU made by organic thin-film transistors.
2009-06-16 IBM builds rail innovation center in China
IBM Corp. has opened a new Global Rail Innovation Center in China that will bring together the world's foremost industry leaders, researchers and universities to advance next-generation rail systems.
2014-02-28 Ford launches self-driving test vehicle
Ford has teamed up with universities and institutions in developing sensors and driver assistance systems for its automated driving platform.
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