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2007-04-05 TI taps Indian university for R&D, chip innovation
Although the prospect of setting up a manufacturing facility is far from his plans in India, Texas Instruments CEO Rich Templeton is certainly excited about the Indian semiconductor policy that was announced a few weeks ago.
2010-09-06 Silicon ReRAM beats graphene, say Rice researchers
Rice University researchers demonstrated a proof-of-concept 1Kb silicon ReRAM that they claim can be scaled beyond the densities of flash.
2012-10-04 Rice University makes advancements in transparent memory
Rice University's research team has made highly transparent, nonvolatile resistive memory devices based on the revelation that silicon oxide can be used as a switch.
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.
2003-09-18 Research team sorts nanotubes electronically
A breakthrough in a joint carbon-nanotube research project, in which carbon nanotubes are chemically sorted based on their electronic properties, may bring electronic applications of nanostructures a step closer.
2013-12-10 Reducing coal to numerous graphene quantum dots
Researchers from Rice University created a simple method for mass-producing graphene quantum dots from coal that could be used in medical imaging as well as sensing, electronic and PV applications.
2014-07-15 Porous silicon oxide improves memory prod'n
Researchers from Rice University developed what they say is a breakthrough silicon oxide technology aimed at high-density, next-generation computer memory that is one step closer to mass production.
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.
2016-05-13 Laser-like optical amplifier boosts output of captured light
Rice University's new light-amplifying nanoparticle functions much like a laser, but while lasers have a fixed output frequency, this device's output can be tuned over a range of frequencies that includes a portion of the infrared spectrum.
2014-04-08 Hybrid graphene material promises to ease manufacturing
A technique developed at Rice University should make large, flexible, conductive and transparent sheets of graphene much easier to manipulate, which should be of interest to electronics manufacturers.
2015-11-19 Clay shows promise in developing high-temp batteries
A unique combination of materials created at Rice University, including a clay-based electrolyte, may solve a problem for rechargeable Li-ion batteries geared for harsh environments.
2015-08-14 3D stackable non-volatile RRAM enables 20GB arrays
Rice University scientists produced an innovative RRAM that boasts competitive designs in both speed and bits-per-crossbar, and promises to deliver ultra-low leakage (sneak) currents.
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.
2014-07-01 2D graphene nanosheets developed using Scotch-tape method
A team of researchers looked into the physics, kinetics and energetics behind the regarded "Scotch-tape" technique using molybdenum disulphide (MoS2) atomic layers as a model material.
2012-03-26 $45 Singapore-made tablet to be used in India
The educational device is a stripped-down version of a commercial tablet and although it has no operating system, it contains interactive math programs for fourth graders.
2012-11-12 Nature used as a template for cleaner high-tech surfaces
Ohio State University's researchers are looking to butterfly wings and rice leaves to make more sterile high-tech surfaces.
2012-11-20 Spatial light modulator enhances signal over 10 Gbit/s
A micron-scale spatial light modulator can significantly enhance the performance of optical information processing systems, according to researchers at Rice University.
2013-06-17 Research team improves hexagonal material
Rice University and ORNL researchers have enhanced the growth of molybdenum disulfide semiconducting films for atom-thick circuits.
2012-10-15 Plasmonics show promise for optically induced electronics
Rice University researchers are doping graphene with light in a way that could lead to the more efficient design and manufacture of electronics, as well as novel security and cryptography devices.
2012-07-05 Paintable batteries offer potential form-factor solution
Researchers from Rice University develop method that can turn any surface into a lithium-ion battery that may be combined with solar cells.
2003-11-04 Logic and memory shown on molecular scale
Rice University researchers have demonstrated that molecule-sized electronic devices can be used for both logic and memory, despite being randomly wired, error-prone and inaccurately formed at the nanoscale.
2015-05-20 Boron-infused graphene boosts wearables
By first infusing the polymer with boric acid, Rice University researchers quadrupled the supercapacitor's ability to store an electrical charge while greatly boosting its energy density.
2010-10-19 Analog graphene chips build simpler circuits
Rice University researchers say their triple-mode transistors make simpler circuits, shrinking the size and complexity of common analog functions when using graphene transistors.
2005-08-11 X-EMI readies chips to cut EMI by 20 dB
A startup with roots in the network-processor company SiTera Inc. has demonstrated a unique solution to electromagnetic interference problems at a vertical EMI show in Chicago.
2010-09-22 World's first two-terminal silicon-only memory chip created
Scientists strip out carbon to create world's first two-terminal silicon-only memory chip
2011-10-01 Touchless gesturing paves way for innovative designs
Learn how and why multiaxis infrared proximity sensing is capable of driving the next generation of user interfaces.
2005-10-03 Startup tames EMI using spectral-diffusion scheme
X-EMI Inc. uses a method of spectral diffusion that modifies system clocks to reduce EMI from various sources.
2010-12-16 Squid ink inspires metamaterial development
Light bending metamaterials based on the chameleon-like photosensitive skin of the squid may hold the key to future military camouflage.
2010-11-02 RPI shows vapor tunes graphene bandgap
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute claims to have discovered a simple method that uses water vapor to control the opening of the bandgap in graphene, pushing closer to the use of the carbon sheets for semiconductors.
2002-02-19 Researchers close to delivering molecular circuits
Although it's a little like watching a chess match in slow motion, molecular electronics researchers are converging on viable circuit-fabrication methods.
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