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2005-10-17 Lab steps up to challenges of RFID tech
The RFID Lab at the University of Wisconsin aims to analyze the true capabilities and limitations of RFID technologies
2002-11-06 Radioactive isotopes fuel microscopic battery
Using radioactive isotopes as fuel, a tiny battery developed at Cornell University, could turn out to be an ideal power source for remote sensors or other small-scale systems
2016-04-26 Nanoimprint lithography allows flexible transistor dev't
UW-Madison engineers have pioneered a unique method that could allow makers to easily and cheaply fabricate high-performance transistors on huge rolls of flexible plastic, switching at 110GHz
2014-11-24 Iron pyrite holds promise for cheaper solar cells
UW-Madison researchers found that iron pyrite, a compound that makes a mineral commonly known as fool's gold, could be an ideal material for manufacturing efficient, yet less-costly solar cells.
2010-03-17 Nanocomposites up Li-ion battery capacity 5x
Nanocomposites target to scale up the capacity of Li-ion batteries 5x by hanging nanometer-sized silicon particles on trees of carbon black that self-assemble into porous micron-sized spheres
2007-03-01 Fine tune POL regulation in DTVs
Here is a tutorial focusing on the different power needs of the new batch of DTVs being developed
2005-03-01 Students aim to make 'greener' car
Young engineers are doing car makeovers for a healthier and a greener environment.
2011-08-25 Research aims to harness human motion energy
Energy harvesting technologies takes on human mechanical energy to power portable devices.
2010-12-14 MEMS show quantum computing possibility
Researchers have demonstrated that qubits can be addressed with two lasers focused on them by MEMS micro-mirrors in an advancement that brings quantum computing closer to reality.
2006-06-01 Hope seen for taming IC process variability at 65nm
Presentations at the recent International Symposium on Physical Design offered new hope for chip design at 65nm and below, where temperature, voltage and process variations can have a dramatic impact on chip timing, manufacturability and yield.
2013-01-28 Fit in large-capacity memory in advanced-node SoCs
Using large-capacity SRAMs can dramatically reduce leakage and deliver higher system performance while keeping mask costs in check.
2008-11-03 Electronics follow curves
There are many applications in which it would be useful for electronics to conform to curvilinear surfaces or to deform with use, especially in sensing.
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