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2012-08-29 U.S. defense researchers say future is in analog
DARPA proposes searching for new methods outside of the digital universe for intelligence gathering and analysis.
2006-10-23 Sensors, electronics, nets top defense dept spending
Sensors, electronics and electronic warfare gear along with the IT building blocks for network-centric operations account for the bulk of Pentagon technology spending this year, according to an industry survey.
2013-04-15 Research: DNA enables precise graphene patterns
MIT and Harvard University engineers used folded DNA to control the nanostructure of inorganic materials to create nanoscale patterns on sheets of graphene.
2011-08-16 New research to enable microwave-based computers
A new microwave technique for performing quantum entanglement was demonstrated by NIST, opening the possibility of microwave-based computers.
2003-09-15 Darpa to fund optical interconnect research
IBM will team with Agilent Technologies to pursue fabled "terabit per second optical interconnect" technology for multiprocessing servers under a $30M effort backed by Darpa.
2003-07-21 Darpa AI research focuses on 'cognitive computers
The Pentagon is funding artificial intelligence research under a $29M program called the PAL
2005-08-16 Water-filled wafers streamline chip cooling
Researchers develop a chip-cooling process that hopes to replace bulky, bolt-on metal towers used in microprocessors.
2004-02-06 Startup tests water with 'channel orchestrator'
A Massachusetts startup has offered a new wavelength management component based on special diffraction gratings derived from a government contract awarded in the 1990s.
2003-09-11 Researchers reflect on maskless lithos
An invitation-only workshop has kicked off last September 8, to explore a form of maskless lithography based on arrays of micromirrors.
2006-08-21 Researchers focus on integrating MEMS unto CMOS
The world's first microelectromechanical systems directly integrated onto a CMOS chip is the aim of a new joint effort among U.S. laboratories, industry and academia.
2005-07-08 Quarter-brick IBCs extend to 450W
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have developed a chip-cooling process that they hope will replace the bulky, bolt-on metal towers used with microprocessors like the G5.
2002-06-17 EMCORE to develop GaN-based electronic devices for DARPA
EMCORE Corp. has signed a $4 million contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop wide bandgap semiconductor-base high power, high-frequency electronics for military applications.
2003-02-21 DRS to design, develop sensing systems for U.S. Navy
DRS Technologies Inc. has received a contract to design and develop active and passive infrared sensing systems for the vertical integrated sensor arrays program of DARPA's Microsystems Technology Office.
2002-12-11 Darpa puts thought into cognitive computing
A program that may push cognitive technology to a new level is being launched by the U.S. Department of Defense
2004-04-29 Darpa looks past Ethernet, IP nets
In a handful of high-level programs, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is pushing beyond Ethernet and Internet Protocol to hammer home the message that peer-to-peer networks - intrinsically more efficient than end-to-end topologies - are the future and the future is now.
2002-03-25 Cree gets $14M development fund
Cree Inc. has received a $14.5 million contract issued by Army Robert Morris Acquisition Center and supported by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
2003-07-02 Vitesse to make communication chips
Vitesse Semiconductor will work with BAE Systems and the University of Illinois Urbana Champain to fulfill a $6M contract from Darpa to develop advanced manufacturing processes and communication ICs
2003-08-14 U.S. report calls for balanced approach to supercomputer R&D
The government should adopt a balanced approach to backing research in both custom and off-the-shelf supercomputing technologies
2002-12-12 TRW to develop solid-state laser for U.S. military
TRW Inc. has received a $21.3 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop an electrically powered solid-state laser that puts out 25kW of laser beam power
2009-03-19 Sneak peek at techs that could change the world
To celebrate its 125th anniversary, the IEEE recently assembled a panel of technology experts to discuss emerging research technologies that have the potential to change the world
2002-10-22 Open-source C compiler targets FPGAs
Seeking to eliminate the need for detailed hardware expertise for FPGA design, a research group at the Los Alamos National Laboratory developed an open-source C compiler for reconfigurable logic
2003-08-06 NVE tapped by Darpa for MRAM development
NVE Corp. has been signed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop magneto-thermal MRAM devices.
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
2002-02-15 JMAR receives letter of intent for point source system
JMAR Technologies Inc.'s JMAR Research Inc. division has received a letter of intent from the Department of the Army to execute a formal contract to be funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency worth $34.5-million.
2002-03-05 Intel reveals long-term goals for silicon photonics, sensors
Intel Corp. chief technology officer Patrick Gelsinger has revealed several research breakthroughs that extend the reach of silicon devices in his keynote address Thursday (Feb. 28) at the Intel Developer Forum
2002-02-19 Infinite Photonics signs $12M laser diode contract with DARPA
Infinite Photonics Inc. has entered into a $12 million contract with Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for the R&D of proprietary IPI GCSEL diode technology.
2011-01-10 DARPA taps Maxwell to develop lighter energy source for radios
The Defense Advance Research Projects Agency is collaborating with Maxwell Technologies Inc. on the development of lighter, longer-lasting energy storage devices for radios and other portable electronic equipment carried by military personnel
2014-03-11 DARPA solicits help to combat counterfeit components
Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency introduced its initiative to target bootleg electronic components under its SHIELD programme.
2002-07-04 Cree to develop substrates for microwave, power devices
Cree Inc. has received two contracts, worth about $14.4 million, from the Office of Naval Research of the U.S. military
2002-06-19 Chip industry tackles escalating mask costs
The rapid increase in the cost of photomask sets for advanced IC processes has made a lot of news in recent months
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