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2005-08-18 Y-shaped carbon nanotubes can switch
Researchers at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) and Clemson University have discovered that specially synthesized carbon nanotube structures exhibit electronic properties that are improved over conventional transistors used in computers, according to UCSD.
2003-09-24 Wu Zhou single-sided PCB with carbon keypad
Wu Zhou Circuit Group Ltd has developed the PCB 2 single-sided PCB with carbon keypad.
2008-08-14 Unidym, Samsung extend carbon nanotube partnership
Unidym Inc. and South Korea's Samsung Electronics have extended their joint development agreement for another year.
2004-07-14 Two firms apply carbon nanotubes to chip packaging
Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. (CNI) has agreed with Kostat Inc. to develop and commercialize conductive polymers for module trays, carrier tapes and other semiconductor packaging and chip and die delivery applications.
2013-07-29 Toshiba, Malaysia set up carbon ion radiotherapy system
Toshiba and 1Malaysia Development Berhad, a strategic development company wholly owned by the government of Malaysia, signed an MoU to push the realisation the cancer treatment project in the country.
2003-01-22 Toray to increase carbon fiber capacity in France facility
Toray Ind. Inc. has expanded its production capacity of PAN-based carbon fiber at SOFICAR.
2014-03-24 The lowdown on batteries: Carbon zinc
Carbon zinc batteries are the least expensive of the primary batteries. They are useful for low-current or intermittent devices.
2005-11-30 Stackpole's carbon comp resistors withstand 1,000V overloads
The RC series of carbon composition resistors from Stackpole Electronics is capable of handling overload voltages up to 1,000V and energy pulses up to 30J.
2013-10-03 Spray-based carbon nanotubes used to create low cost sensors
A team of researchers from the Technische Universit?t Mnchen recently fabricated a gas detection sensor on a flexible polymer substrate.
2008-03-27 Speedy chip secret ingredient: Carbon
Researchers at the University of Maryland claim that carbon transistors could outperform the fastest chip materials, including indium antimonide.
2004-09-30 SDK unveils a new grade of carbon nanofiber
Showa Denko K.K. has developed a new grade of carbon nanofiber suitable for addition to resins in which electrical conductivity is required.
2003-10-03 SDK co-establishes carbon nano-fiber company
Showa Denko K.K. and a faculty member of Shinshu University, Prof. Morinobu Endo, have agreed to establish a joint venture for research of advanced carbon materials and their application to energy devices.
2002-02-12 SDK announces joint development of nano-carbon-composite gear
Showa Denko K.K. has cooperated with Kitagawa Ind. Co. Ltd and Seiko Instruments Inc. to jointly develop a small gear mechanism using a nanocomposite material of nylon and vapor-grown carbon nanofiber.
2011-03-17 Researchers use carbon nanotubes to scale PCM
Non-volatile memory bits can be made by applying phase-change material to previously created nanometer-scale gaps in carbon nanotube filamentary conductors, according to a paper.
2012-11-21 Researchers grow carbon nanotubes in predefined structures
Researchers from USC and NIST claim to have cleared a key hurdle to carbon nanotube manufacturing with a system which consistently creates nanotubes in a predictable diameter and symmetry.
2013-10-02 Researchers demonstrate carbon nanotube powered computer
Stanford researchers hope to revitalise carbon-nanotube development efforts by surmounting its problems with a CMOS compatible process they call "imperfection-immune design".
2013-09-24 Researchers create densest array of carbon nanotubes
A team from Cambridge University in Englan said the recently developed material can help improve thermal interface materials, battery electrodes and supercapacitors.
2012-04-20 Research reveals Li-ion batteries with carbon nanoparticles
A team of researchers has developed a lithium-sulfur battery that has porous carbon nanoparticles that use sulfur molecules to achieve what they claim as the greatest possible efficiency.
2006-05-29 ON Semi, Nantero to jointly develop carbon nanotube tech
ON Semiconductor and Nantero announced they have teamed up to develop innovative semiconductor process technology to effectively integrate carbon nanotubes in CMOS fabrication.
2015-06-03 Novel carbon mat'l boosts supercapacitor performance
Stanford University researchers created a 'designer carbon' that features exceptional energy-storage capacity, enabling unprecedented performance in lithium-sulfur batteries and supercapacitors.
2004-03-08 NEC claims carbon nanotube monopoly, offers licenses
NEC Corp. asserted Wednesday (March 3, 2004) that it owns essential patents on carbon nanotubes and, as a result, all companies seeking to make or sell carbon nanotube materials must obtain licenses from NEC.
2009-11-27 Multi-pronged approach reduces carbon dioxide emissions
The issue of low CO2 emissions is becoming an increasingly important factor for customers when they buy a new vehicle. Here's a multi-pronged approach to reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
2005-05-11 Motorola unveils carbon nanotube emissive display for flat-panel TVs
Motorola Labs, the applied research arm of Motorola Inc., unveiled a prototype color display based on carbon nanotube technology. Motorola said its prototype could lead to development of large flat-panel TV screens that cost less but sacrifice no performance compared with existing displays.
2009-02-24 Markets open doors to carbon nanotubes
Carbon nanotubes are the most popular and recognizable elements of present nanotechnology. Scientists and researchers now are discovering that carbon nanotubes could be more affordable and useful to many industrial areas including flame retardant materials market.
2013-08-05 Low kerf loss achieved by carbon nanotube saws
In place of diamond-impregnated steel wires, scientists from the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials used ultra-thin and stable threads made of carbon nanotubes coated with diamond.
2002-05-03 Light flash restructures carbon nanotubes
In an accidental discovery at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, materials researchers have found that carbon nanotubes can be restructured using light.
2004-04-28 Jaro offers hard-to-find carbon comp resistors
Jaro Components has announced that it is offering a new JCC series of hot-molded, carbon comp resistors, which are typically difficult to source.
2012-11-06 Imec, Nantero to develop carbon nanotube NVM
Imec backs Nantero in research project aimed at producing carbon nanotube non-volatile memories smaller than 20nm as possible DRAM replacement.
2006-02-10 IEEE approves measurement standard for carbon nanotubes
The IEEE has approved IEEE 1650, the first standard to establish a common metrics foundation for carbon nanotubes.
2014-06-18 Hybrid circuit casts a spotlight on carbon nanotubes
The combination of carbon nanotube thin film transistors and other thin film transistors comprising indium, gallium and zinc oxide breeds circuits that can reduce power loss and increase efficiency.
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