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2010-09-27 What happens when you try to store data on a single iron atom?
Physicists at the IBM Almaden Research Center perfected a new pump-probe pulsed-STM technique that may pave the way to enabling single-atom bit-cells for memory ICs.
2008-05-06 Real-life 'Iron Man' in the works from Raytheon
While the movie 'Iron Man' topped the U.S. box office in its opening weekend, the real iron man is already under construction at Raytheon.
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.
2013-10-29 Iron oxide nanoparticles boost battery capacity
The electrode material developed at A*STAR IMRE is inexpensive, suitable for large-scale manufacturing and can store higher charge densities than conventional electrodes used in Li-ion batteries.
2011-09-15 How to calibrate eCompass for hard, soft iron effects
Read about the theory for the in-situ calibration of a smartphone electronic compass (eCompass) for hard and soft iron effects.
2002-04-22 TT electronics' magnetics companies renamed under one banner
Electronic component manufacturer TT electronics plc has announced its plan to rename the companies within its magnetics division under a single banner, MMG.
2014-08-08 Spin-polarised probing visually renders magnetism
Researchers used a spin-polarised scanning tunnelling microscope for atomic-scale imaging of magnetic structuresexpected to reveal new aspects of high-temperature superconductivity.
2008-07-29 Signal relay imparts high switching current
Panasonic Electric Works has developed a high current version TX relay for thermostat applications.
2002-02-04 SEI magnetic material offers 140MPa bending strength
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2013-01-22 Phase-change material opens new path for data storage
A research team from A*STAR Data Storage Institute has found that materials made of iron and tellurium can change their property known as optical reflectivity depending on their crystalline state.
2010-09-29 New technique writes at terabit rates on GdFeCo films
Using time-resolved polar Kerr spectroscopy and an alternating magnetic field, researchers show that it is possible to record onto ferromagnetic films thirty times faster than today's technologies.
2013-07-04 Korean scientists reveal more reliable catalyst for EVs
The team created a scalable bio-inspired composite electrocatalyst that shows higher electrocatalytic activity for oxygen reduction than modern Pt/C catalysts.
2013-11-08 Building your own prototyping lab
Know the important pieces of equipment beginners should acquire first.
2015-11-17 Better batteries by adding quantum dots from fool's gold
Vanderbilt University researchers made significant headway by adding quantum dots out of iron pyrite to create batteries that charge quickly and work for dozens of cycles.
2004-06-28 Tyco power inductors rated at 50A
Tyco Electronics released its DZM series of lead-free power inductors that are free from thermal aging effects of standard iron powders.
2008-12-15 Taiwan govt offers assistance to photovoltaics industry
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) will provide assistance to support the domestic production of low-iron glass, EVA (ethyl-vinyl acetate), silver/aluminum paste, solder and other raw materials that are needed in the photovoltaic (PV) industry but not currently produced in Taiwan.
2006-02-14 Sharp, ChiMei to cross license LCD patents
Sharp Corp. and Chi Mei Optoelectronics have disclosed they have reached an agreement to cross-license their respective LCD patents. Both companies plan to iron out details on the five-year contract in March.
2008-08-07 Researchers confirm lithium batteries can be used in cars
French researchers claim they can explain why lithium iron phosphate, to be used in future lithium batteries, conducts electricity despite being an insulating material.
2010-08-04 Power manager services LiFePO4 batteries
Linear Technology Corp. unveils a device that functions as an autonomous power manager, diode controller and battery charger for 1-cell Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries.
2014-07-23 Power inductors offer low magnetic radiation
The Bourns devices offer the advantages of wirewound construction, and are designed with an iron powder core that features high saturation current and shielded construction for low magnetic radiation.
2013-06-21 Magnetic materials squeeze more data on hard drives
A*STAR Data Storage Institute researchers developed a 'sandwich' of three iron alloy layers that could help to create computer hard drives that can store more data than ever before.
2006-09-26 Low-profile inductor rolls for voltage regulator apps
TT Electronics' BI Technologies Magnetic Components Division has developed HM72A series of small, high-power, molded SMT powdered iron inductor suited for power applications.
2014-02-19 Leeds research boosts piezoelectric for high temp operations
A team of researchers from University of Leeds is developing ceramics containing bismuth and iron, for electronic applications in extreme environments.
2010-09-28 Femtosecond laser ablation makes new films
Researchers report on the properties of femtosecond laser ablation plumes and their use for the deposition of superconductors to make metal films such as silver, gold, iron, nickel and cobalt.
2011-09-16 Features, limitations of eXtreme Switch
Read about the theory for the in-situ calibration of a smartphone electronic compass (eCompass) for hard and soft iron effects.
2014-02-19 Carbon, FePt enhance device storage performance
An A*STAR research examines the properties of ironCplatinum (FePt) nanocrystals for use in ultra high-density magnetic recording media.
2004-08-19 Yungtech telephone receivers consume 20mW
Yungtech Electronics developed two telephone receivers that measure 13(?)-by-2.8mm and consume between 10mW to 20mW of power.
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.
2005-08-15 With FSA Spice checklist in place, is oversight needed?
The Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA)'s standardized mixed-signal/RF Spice model checklist has been finalized and published. All of the major foundries have pledged to deliver the completed checklist with all Spice models by the end of the year.
2004-03-29 Wire-growth process leads to flexible nanosystems
An approach to creating single-crystal nanowires from just about any semi conducting material is being pioneered by Charles Lieber and his group at Harvard University in tandem with the nanotech startup he co-founded, Nanosys Inc.
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