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2002-08-05 Vishay acquires BLH and Nobel
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has purchased the BLH and Nobel Businesses from Thermo Electron Corp.
2010-10-06 Nobel prize for physics goes to graphene researchers
University of Manchester professors Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov won the 2010 Nobel prize for physics for their breakthrough work on graphene, which opens doors to terahertz transmission via graphene transistors as well as development of graphene-based ICs and highly sensitive sensors.
2014-10-08 Blue LEDs win Nobel Prize
The blue LEDsa breakthrough that led to the creation of energy-efficient white lighthave opened up a multi-billion-dollar market and thousands of job opportunities.
2014-10-15 Rhines: Both inventions, efficiency improvements carry weight
For Mentor Graphics CEO Wally Rhines, Nobels ought to celebrate inventions and efficiency improvements of them as both make valuable contribution to the society.
2014-11-10 More women needed in science and engineering
One of the key issues facing a developed economy is that women are dropping out of engineering and science at various stages of their lives, such as after graduation or when they start a family.
2015-06-16 Marconi prize recognises trailblazers in telcos, Internet
The Marconi Prize which has been given to just 47 individuals since it was established in 1974, included scientists who contributed to the fundamental development of the Internet and telecommunications.
2010-04-16 When will memristors be ready for prime time?
While memristors represent a potential revolution in electronic-circuit theory akin to the invention of the transistor, it will take a killer application to get it off the ground.
2004-12-31 Vishay, SI Technologies agree to merge
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has signed an agreement to acquire SI Technologies, an industrial sensor and control supplier, for $17.65 million in stock, in a move to strengthen its position in the transducer instrumentation and systems markets.
2010-10-05 University physicists break color barrier for sending, receiving photons
University of Oregon scientists have invented a way to change the color of single photons in a fiber optic cable. This laser-tweaked feat could be a quantum step forward in terms of transferring and receiving high volumes of secured data for future generations of the Internet.
2014-10-16 Ultrafast LEDs to ease into telecommunications?
A research work increased the photon emission rate of fluorescent molecules to 1,000 times faster than normala record achievement that could pave the way for LEDs in light-based telecommunications.
2012-02-07 UK invests $120M on graphene
The U.K. is investing round $120 million to establish a national institute for graphene. The institute will focus on graphene research and commercialization activities.
2011-06-30 TI keen on dominating analog arena
TI seems determined to grow even larger, specifically by exploring new markets, dominating in existing markets, and defining the terms and field of the competitive battle that rages in the IC business.
2004-04-19 Theory promises brighter plastic LEDs
A new take on the theory of light-emitting polymers suggests that their efficiency could be doubled, a development that would boost the introduction of flexible displays or possibly reduce the cost of flat-panel displays which currently depend on more costly materials.
2000-12-01 Taking the necessary risks in design
This technology news article describes the risks that are necessary for setting up design roadmaps for engineers.
2014-04-09 Samsung grows graphene on Si wafer
SAIT researchers found a way to grow uniform single-crystal monolayer graphene on a silicon wafer. Previous efforts focused on multi-crystal synthesis, which degraded the advantageous properties of the material.
2004-05-03 Russo-German startup claims laser materials breakthrough
Researchers at the University of Michigan have produced 1.3?m edge-emitting semiconductor lasers that have demonstrated temperature stability over the range 0 to 80C.
2008-07-01 Roadrunner strives to lead supercomputer race
IBM Corp.'s Roadrunner will go down in history as the first computer to consistently crank out 1 petaflops.
2014-11-28 RF bands for TV can enable 'super Wi-Fi'
Many lower frequency bands that were previously used for TV are being used less and less. Such bands are highly suited for penetrating obstacles and are ideal for longer range networks.
2014-04-10 Researchers measure reaction rates in electrodes
According to MIT researchers, they were able, for the first time, to measure electrochemical reactions, the fundamental charge transfer rate, inside the porous electrodes of batteries.
2008-08-12 Report: India seeks to build world's largest solar plant
The world's largest solar power project is under negotiations for the state of Gujarat in western India at a cost of about $5 billion.
2008-07-23 Planet NI: Encouraging innovation in India
National Instruments has embarked on a new path to give away at a discounted price its LabView software to engineers and small and medium businesses seeking to scale up an enterprise for the benefit of society.
2008-08-12 Olympics ushers in new MEMS era
The 92,000 red, green, blue, yellow and white dots seen at the opening of the Beijing Olympics were the effects created by spectators waving MEMS-equipped electronic toy torches known as 'Waving Torch.'
2015-03-17 New material tops silicon, graphene in electron mobility
Scientists recently discovered a new material believed to possess electron mobility that is 200 times greater than that of graphene and more than 1,700 times that of crystalline silicon.
2002-08-08 Nanotubes seen emitting near-IR light
A team of Rice University chemists has discovered that carbon nanotubes emit near-IR light after absorbing light at visible or ultraviolet wavelengths.
2008-02-27 Nanoparticles to make water-fueled cars a reality
'Our nanoparticle-coated electrodes make electrolysers efficient enough to provide hydrogen on demand from a tank of distilled water in your car,' said Kevin Maloney, CEO and co-founder of QuantumSphere.
2008-10-01 Memristors transit to reality
Hewlett-Packard Labs is attempting to catapult the memristor, the fourth passive circuit element after resistors, capacitors and inductors, into the electronics mainstream.
2005-11-15 LCD pioneer George Heilmeier wins Kyoto Prize
Electronics industry pioneer George Heilmeier was awarded the 2005 Kyoto Prize in advanced technology during a ceremony in that Japanese city on Thursday (Nov. 10).
2005-06-23 Jack Kilby, co-inventor of the IC, dies at 81
Jack St. Clair Kilby, retired TI engineer and acknowledged as the first inventor of the integrated circuit, passed away in Dallas Monday (June 20) after a brief battle with cancer. He was 81.
2011-05-03 ITRS chairman: Tunnel FET possible transistor option
ITRS chairman, Paolo Gargini, believes that a field effect transistor (FET) combined with quantum tunneling can reduce power consumption, while maintaining adequate performance.
2010-11-15 IT mathematician Laszlo Lovasv bags Kyoto award
Lovasz's work has been instrumental in cryptography as well as for the MIMO wireless communications scheme used by WiFi, 4G, WiMAX and LTE.
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