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2013-01-30 Nvidia adds Singapore university to CUDA program
Nvidia has designated Nanyang Technological University as the first school in Southeast Asia under the CUDA Teaching Centre program.
2007-09-07 Nanyang, Rice U nanotech initiative eyes probabilistic CMOS
A nanotech initiative by Nanyang and Rice University focuses on probabilistic CMOS, an approach to IC design that's claimed to reduce the energy consumption and size of chips, enabling longer battery life and faster turn-around in new designs
2007-09-04 Chartered teams with university on nanoscale CMOS R&D
Chartered and Singapore's Nanyang Technological University announced the opening of a joint R&D laboratory focused on nanoscale CMOS process technology and reliability.
2011-01-17 Agilent to supply test equipment to Singapore university
Singapore's Nanyang Technological University has commissioned Agilent Technologies Inc. to supply RF test equipment to its Virtus IC design center of excellence. The equipment will be used for research projects approaching the terahertz range.
2014-03-14 Tunable laser expands system capacity in advanced optical networks
A*STAR IME and NTU claimed the smallest wavelength-tunable laser fabricated by MEMS technology and can generate light from 1531.2-1579.5nm of the near-infrared region.
2014-04-11 2D molybdenum shows potential for LED prod'n
Researchers created a method for making 2D molybdenum diselenide using CVD and is widely used by the semiconductor and materials industries to make thin films of silicon, carbon fibres and other materials.
2005-10-17 Singapore tips sub-surface wafer metrology
Researchers from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore are developing a metrology system that claims to detect
2013-11-25 Power-efficient IC sheds light on mind-body connection
Scientists from A*STAR IME, Nanyang Technological University and National University of Singapore developed an IC chip with record-low power use for direct recording of brain activities.
2014-11-26 NTU-made satellites fly into space in 2015
NTU is building two new satellitesa climate satellite and an experimental communication satellitethat the University plans to send into space in the last quarter of 2015
2015-02-20 NTU start-up unveils compact rotary 3D printer-scanner
Nanyang Technological University's (NTU) start-up Blacksmith Group unleashed the Blacksmith Genesis that can also scan items into digitised models, on top of its 3D printing capabilities.
2014-02-13 Faster battery charging with novel anode
Yissum, the R&D company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, introduced a novel anode for sodium-ion batteries that claims to enable the production of high capacity and rate capability batteries
2007-01-15 aRfic, NTU partner on RFIC research
Advanced RFIC (aRfic) Pte Ltd partners with Nanyang Technological University (NTU) to advance R&D efforts in RFIC technology.
2014-10-14 Ultrafast charging batteries: 70% full in 2 minutes
The battery replaces the traditional graphite used for the anode with a new gel made from titanium oxide. Found in soil, titanium oxide is commonly used as a food additive or in sunscreen lotions to absorb ultraviolet rays.
2010-02-21 Test
Electronic products sometimes fail EMC just before they can hit the shelves. You can avoid the cost of redesign and device recall, and product launch delay with "pre-compliance."
2005-01-04 Sun, Cadence partner with Indian firm for VLSI training
Sun Microsytems and Cadence Design have partnered with Veda Institute of Information Technology, based in Hyderabad in southern India, to start the country's first nodal center of competency for research and development in VLSI engineering, design automation and embedded system engineering.
2004-12-30 Sun, Cadence partner with Indian firm for VLSI training
Sun Microsytems and Cadence Design have partnered with Veda Institute of Information Technology, based in Hyderabad in southern India, to start the country's first nodal center of competency for research and development in VLSI engineering, design automation and embedded system engineering.
2014-10-27 Start 'em young: Engaging future engineers in science, technology
Many initiatives are underway to engage the next generation of engineers and innovators in science and technology.
2014-12-19 Smart window powers electronic devices
The smart window technology developed by NTU scientists can adjust the amount of sunlight coming into buildings in the day, which promises savings on cooling and lighting costs.
2007-05-07 Singapore's wafer fab training program gets $5M funding
The Economic Development Board of Singapore will allocate more than $5 million over the next three years into a program designed to groom more wafer fabrication experts at local universities.
2012-06-04 Singapore opens first-of-its-kind remanufacturing R&D facility
The facility is the first in Asia and will develop technologies for remanufacturing that can be easily adopted by the industry.
2009-09-11 Singapore launches 3D TSV consortium
The Institute of Microelectronics has announced a 3D through-silicon via (TSV) consortium to boost next-generation 300mm wafer manufacturing capability.
2015-11-27 Singapore develops smart chip that checks battery health
The smart chip warns if the battery in a smartphone or an electric vehicle is faulty or at risk of catching fire. Current warning systems only alert users when the battery is already overheating.
2011-11-24 Singapore collaborations boost remanufacturing efforts
Remanufacturing is under-utilized market that is in line with the trend of the manufacturing industry toward low emissions, high energy efficiency and minimal waste.
2015-09-24 Singapore boosts 3D printing capabilities with new cluster
Singapore launched the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster to harness, strengthen and expand the country's growing 3D printing capabilities as an integrated hub.
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.
2010-07-07 Singapore aims to boost high-tech presence
Singapore EDB director for electronics Damian Chan talks about the nation's future directions for the electronics industry and competition with other countries for attracting tech investment.
2013-07-25 Singapore aims to boost high value manufacturing
A*STAR's SIMTech and NUS Faculty of Engineering launch 'Joint Labs' in an effort to advance Singapore manufacturing productivity.
2014-09-26 Robotics, biomechanics key areas for new Singapore hub
Innovative technologies in the field of rehabilitation medicine, especially in the key areas of clinical robotics, biomechanics as well as stroke and neurological rehab, will result in better patient outcomes.
2013-10-02 Researchers in Singapore, MIT develop flexible ceramics
The team developed a way of making minuscule ceramic objects that are not only flexible, but also have a "memory" for shape: when bent and then heated, they return to their original shapes.
2003-11-07 Renesas backs new center pushing for T-Engine platform
Renesas System Solutions Asia, a subsidiary of Renesas Technology Corp., has founded the T-Engine Application Development Centre in Singapore.
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