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2008-05-23 Intel's Barrett: Education, not technology, is key to success
Intel Chairman Craig Barrett said global alliances will be the key to getting the next 1 billion people on the Internet and better education is the best way to achieve this goal.
2008-06-27 IBM, ETH Zrich establish nanotech lab
IBM Corp. and the ETH Zrich University have partnered to jointly build a nanotechnology research laboratory.
2014-04-28 IBM 3D printer pushes prototyping to nano-scale patterns
The microscopic 3D printer uses a specialised silicon tip 100,000 times smaller than a sharpened pencil point, and can be heated to 1000C. The tip can remove substrate material based on predefined patterns, thus operating like a "nanomilling" machine with ultra high precision.
2003-10-31 Hybrid tunnel diodes could leapfrog Moore's Law
Semiconductor researchers have known since the 1950s that the quantum-confinement effects of tunnel diodes boost circuit speed and current handling while reducing component count and power consumption.
2007-11-13 Guide eases 'Village Phone' microfranchise in rural areas
The Grameen Foundation and the ITU have launched the Village Phone Direct Manual to help microfinance institutions and other organizations in developing micro-franchise Village Phone operations.
2011-09-26 Graphene succeeds CMOS tech
James D. Meindl of Georgia Institute of Technology believes that graphene is the leading candidate to replace CMOS semiconductor technology.
2007-01-23 Dawning of the micromachine revolution
Silicon has dominated the microelectronics era. Now it is becoming the basic building block of a new technological revolution: the micromachine revolution.
2014-10-14 Creating more cost-effective GaN LEDs for homes
Plessey Semiconductors aims to be the first company to make energy-efficient LEDs for home lighting at a price that consumers will pay, and is using a technology made by Cambridge researchers.
2015-03-20 Cooler, faster way to grow electronic-grade graphene
Caltech researchers developed a faster method, at room temperature, an innovative technique to produce graphene, paving the way for commercially feasible graphene-based products.
2015-01-13 Computer simulations crack blue LED prod'n dilemma
A team of scientists solved the mystery as to why blue LEDs are so difficult to make by examining the unusual behaviour of doped gallium nitride at the atomic level using computer simulations.
2007-08-02 Carbon nanotubes promise stronger touchscreens
Unidym claims its transparent nanotube-based thin films will enable CE devices to use more durable touchscreens that combine the stronger-than-steel properties of carbon nanotubes with the transparency of exotic indium-based films.
2005-08-16 Big step to high-temperature superconductors
Rapid progress with ultracold superfluid gases over the past year has physicists confident that a full explanation of high-critical-temperature superconductivity is just around the corner.
2014-05-21 Bell Labs reverts to 'game-changing research' model
Along with its return to basic research, it has "FutureX" projects targeted at solving a practical communications or information technology challenge in sectors including communications and datacentres.
2008-09-02 Bell Labs drops IC research biz
Bell Labs has confirmed Aug. 29 that it is exiting the semiconductor researcher business.
2014-02-20 Avago-LSI merger represents 150 years of chip innovation
The union between two semiconductor royals, Avago and LSI, is expected to yield a $5 billion chip company with an extensive portfolio in data centre IP and mobile data traffic.
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.
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