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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
2013-03-28 Singapore to open technology centre for urban sustainability
A*STAR and Fujitsu will set up the first centre of excellence geared towards building greener Singapore
2007-05-04 Singapore sets up facility for quantum tech research
To strengthen its bid to deliver the world's fastest and most reliable computer system, Singapore poured over $150 million to build a research center for quantum technology in the country
2009-04-07 Singapore R&D institute adopts Synopsys tools
Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) has adopted Synopsys Inc.'s Sentaurus TCAD to support its solar cell R&D programs. The Sentaurus TCAD tools will initially be used to support SERIS' silicon-based solar cell research
2007-08-23 Singapore launches clean energy testing program
Singapore has launched a program to turn the island-state into a 'field laboratory' where clean energy technologies can be tested and integrated before commercialization and export
2002-05-31 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
Chen Shu Bian, an electrical engineering graduate from China's Chengchi University, is a senior equipment engineer in the Silicon-On-System Mfg Co. wafer fabrication facility in Singapore
2002-08-01 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
This news article shows the movement of Engineers to and from Singapore to find better job opportunities and advanced training
2015-11-03 Singapore develops super sensitive hybrid sensor
A new type of hybrid sensor technology developed by researchers from the National University of Singapore is said to be more than 200 times more sensitive than commercially available sensors.
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
2013-07-25 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
2013-10-28 Real-time energy audit cuts power use of factories
Researchers from A*STAR's Institute of Manufacturing Technology developed an approach to track the daily energy usage of individual machines and monitors the operational state of a machine in

A team of scientists at A*STAR's Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology, together with researchers at the National University of Singapore and The University of Texas, United States, has developed an approach to track the daily energy usage of individual machines. According to them, the approach monitors the operational state of a machine in real time.

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.
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
2002-12-23 Shaping up China as the heart of Asian silicon valleys
The continued rise of mainland China as the manufacturing hub of Asia paved way to the transformation of old dilapidated cities into modern industrial capitals
2012-04-26 SEMI, SSIA reveal winners of electronics innovations contest
Aiming to grow the future talent pool for the electronics industry, the organizations awarded the winners of the video competition 'Future of Electronics Innovations' during the recent SEMICON Singapore
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
2012-04-02 Qualcomm, Microsoft spearhead mobile education project in Singapore
Qualcomm is collaborating with Microsoft and Singapore's Nan Chiau Primary School to launch the WE Learn mobile education project and build 21st century classrooms with 3G smartphones in Singapore
2009-10-12 NTU, CRNS, Thales set up nanotech lab in Singapore
The alliance known as the CNRS International-NTU-Thales Research Alliance (CINTRA) will set up a joint laboratory at NTU's Research Techno Plaza.
2010-05-06 IBM sets up cloud computing lab in Singapore
IBM has established a cloud computing laboratory in Singapore to help businesses, government and research institutions to design, adopt and reap benefits of cloud technologies
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
2013-11-27 Singapore-Abu Dhabi R&D programme focuses on advanced MEMS
Singapore's EDB and the UAE's Advanced Technology Investment Company will fund 'Twin Lab,' a collaborative research project between A*STAR IME, Globalfoundries and the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology to develop advanced MEMS technologies
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
2004-10-20 National sets off first production plant in China
National Semiconductor Corp. has launched its first manufacturing plant in China, an assembly and test facility in Suzhou Industrial Park
2005-03-01 Making of a silicon value chain
STMicro's Marquet challenges the greens and fairways of the Asian IC industry and is not just expecting a par performance
2016-05-12 Tech breakthrough boosts 2D semiconductor photoluminescence by 20,000-fold
National University of Singapore researchers said the discovery could pave the way for the application of 2D semiconductors such as tungsten diselenide in advanced optoelectronic and photonic devices.
2014-01-02 Research: MRAM tech boosts information storage in electronics
NUS Researchers developed an innovative technology that will drastically increase storage space and enhance memory, which will ensure that fresh data stays intact, even in the case of a power failure
2016-02-03 Promising 2D material opens path for next-gen spintronics
Researchers from NUS and Yale-NUS College have established the mechanisms for spin motion in molybdenum disulphide (MoS2), an emerging 2D material that shows potential for low-power devices.
2014-01-02 Grow graphene for electronics the bio-inspired way
Researchers from Singapore came up with a one-step method to grow and transfer high-quality graphene on silicon that enables graphene to be applied in various photonics and electronics devices
2014-01-06 Exfoliation method targets printable photonics, electronics
NUS chemists developed a method to chemically exfoliate molybdenum disulfide crystals into high quality monolayer flakes, offering higher yield and larger flake size than other methods.
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