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2008-04-07 TI, India medical school team on health care monitoring
Texas Instruments Inc. has entered a collaborative agreement with Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, to develop semiconductor technologies that will help improve the quality, comfort and accessibility of health care
2007-09-25 TI's million-dollar Rx for medical tech research
Universities worldwide stand to gain from $15 million worth of medical technology research funds to be granted by Texas Instruments Inc.
2012-04-16 Improve medical electronics by focusing on patient experience
Drug-device combination products illustrate how patients now care more about ease of use, discretion, and design in medical devices
2002-03-25 ERSO, TSMC to jointly develop MRAM technology
The Electronics Research and Service Organization of the Industrial Technology Research Institute and Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg. Co. Ltd have signed a joint R&D agreement for magnetoresistive random access memory technology
2013-12-16 Wireless devices to boost medical electronics market
IC Insights forecasted that medical electronics sales will grow eight percent to about $50.9 billion in 2014 after rising just three percent in 2013 to an estimated $47.3 billion
2009-01-09 Who will shoulder medical tech expenses
Medical advances are within reach, according to the members of a CES panel called "Your Robot Will See You Now," except for one overshadowing issue: who pays and how
2012-03-23 TI launches analog, mixed-signal research lab
The lab will be closely collaborating with its customers and universities in recruiting the talent pool needed for the research program
2014-04-23 The key to improving wearable medical electronics
An essential component of wearable technologies is the power source which usually comes in the form of a battery.
2010-09-07 Team research to develop lab-on-chip system vs cancer underway
At the EMBC in Argentina, IMEC and its partners launched the European Seventh Framework Project MIRACLE which aims to produce an operational lab-on-chip for the isolation and detection of circulating and disseminated tumor cells in the blood.
2011-09-01 Speeding up medical imaging process using FPGA
Read about the use of FPGA platform and a synthesis tool called Impulse C to speed up a statistical line of reaction estimation for a high-resolution PET scanner.
2012-10-10 SmartFusion2 SoC FPGA ready for industrial, medical apps
The company's next-generation SmartFusion2 SoC FPGAs are designed to address fundamental requirements for advanced security, high reliability and low power in critical applications.
2004-06-30 SIA sets national research initiative
The Semiconductor Industry Association has approved formation of the Nanoelectronics Research Initiative to develop exotic nanoscale devices
2014-06-10 Samsung joins medical, fitness wearables race
Samsung gave a preview of a multi-function bracelet that is meant to accommodate a wide array of fitness and medical sensors. The Simband platform integrates Imec's sensing technologies to measure ECGs, bio-impedance, skin temperature, acceleration, and more
2009-02-11 RF chips find big market in medical apps
Radio frequency CMOS is being applied to a growing but fragmented set of medical applications ranging from imaging and DNA testing to networking in and around the body
2012-08-10 Rapid demand projected for wearable technology
IHS forecasted that by 2-16, the wearable technology market will exceed $6 billion, as the penetration of the technology in many applications is set to rapidly increase
2010-12-20 NIST funds electronics, biotech, nano manufacturing research
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has announced a technology innovation program for advanced manufacturing research in electronics, biotechnology and nanotechnology
2012-07-31 Nanosensor targets medical apps
The properties of thin metallic films with holes in them are particularly promising for molecular sensing and applications such as medical diagnosis, according to A*STAR
2008-04-24 Microfluidic lab-on-chip technology steps forward
Algorithms developed by a range of research groups aim to automate microfluidic lab-on-chip technologies that perform chemical identification and medical tests by shuffling nanoliters of samples and reagents around micron-sized channels
2007-08-16 MEMS pioneer draws up technology's course
MEMS pioneer Kurt Petersen of SiTime shares MEMS' development since the 1980s as well as his thoughts on where it is headed in the future.
2008-03-03 MEMS gear up for medical mission
Microelectromechanical-system-based inertial and motion sensors are finding slots in medical applications, with demand fueled by implantable devices that must be highly reliable and very small, as well as by handheld devices for home monitoring and diagnostics
2013-09-05 Medical-grade display market to grow 30% in 2017
Medical-grade display revenue is forecast to rise to $3.2 billion in 2017, up 29 per cent from $2.5 billion in 2012, according to IHS
2012-11-06 Market opens wide for medical MEMS pressure sensors
IHS forecasted that revenue for pressure sensors in medical electronics applications will reach $137.6 million this year, up six per cent from $129.2 million last year
2003-01-17 LCD makers hedge bets with OLED technology
The rivalry to claim the world's largest TFT- LCD at the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show came down to a two-inch difference.
2011-09-27 ISee3D introduces single lens 3D technology
ISee3D introduces its new single lens 3D technology with reduced size and light requirements, and increased frame rates
2010-11-23 International Solid State Circuits Conference's limelight on medical
Medical electronics will be front and center at this year's International Solid State Circuits Conference which has chosen the 2011 theme of Electronics for Healthy Living
2013-11-07 Implantable sensor to enable long-term medical monitoring
MIT researchers developed carbon nanotubes that detect nitric oxide can be implanted under the skin for more than a year.
2013-04-03 Implantable medical sensor powered wirelessly
Microscale medical sensors inserted under the skin can be powered wirelessly by an external handheld receiver, according to a research team at A*STAR IME
2013-10-29 Imec, Johns Hopkins to push nanotech for medical apps
Johns Hopkins University will team up with Imec to advance silicon applications in healthcare, beginning with development of a device to enable a broad range of clinical tests.
2008-04-01 ICs ready for medical practice
Recent semiconductor advances in the medical field give credence to a rising belief that biology will be one of the next big application areas in electronics
2008-12-12 IBM Research, Samsung create software reuse solution
IBM's Research Department and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd have teamed up to develop a solution that facilitates the reuse of embedded software using a component-based development approach
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