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2002-03-11 SoC stumbling blocks cataloged at DATE
It's not enough to be fast, efficient and technically proficient. Designers now must become Renaissance engineers.
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.
2007-10-31 Smart extruder collects data on its own operation
A Bradford University researcher has developed a benchtop extruder that is able to collect data about its own operation and to determine a wide range of characteristics of the material with which it is working.
2006-08-21 Singapore to help set up economic zones in Siberia
Singapore has signed a deal to advise Russia on setting up two special economic zones in Siberia for R&D and manufacturing.
2005-09-28 Singapore prime minister stresses design
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that the city state will boost its R&D investments in technology and urged domestic companies to step up their efforts in design to remain competitive.
2015-11-03 Singapore develops super sensitive hybrid sensor
A new type of hybrid sensor technology developed by researchers from the National University of Singapore is said to be more than 200 times more sensitive than commercially available sensors.
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.
2012-02-09 SIA reveals tech roadmap
The roadmap lays out what SIA sees as the path for semiconductor design and manufacturing through 2026, taking into account near and long-term challenges, as well as potential innovations.
2012-08-21 SEMICON Taiwan to focus on MEMS dev't, trends
SEMICON Taiwan 2012 will feature both Taiwan MEMS suppliers and global MEMS elites who will discuss innovation in MEMS design, manufacture, packaging, testing and equipment.
2002-03-21 Self-configuring array enables atomic-scale fabrication
A next-generation configurable circuit architecture is being proposed by a group of designers at startup Cell Matrix Corp. The company is building small prototype chips based on the concept.
2005-05-16 Self-assembling organic semiconductors reported
Israeli researchers have taken a page from nature's book to create self-assembling organic semiconductors.
2003-01-21 Seiko Instruments to set up lab in Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Seiko Instruments Inc. has collaborated with Shanghai Jiao Tong University in the enhancement of its fine semiconductor process technology.
2013-04-04 Screen protector for mobile devices yields 3D content
A nano-engineered plastic film created by A*STAR IMRE and Temasek Polytechnic turns ordinary screens of mobile devices into 3D displays.
2013-09-18 Screen protector allows 3D viewing in mobile devices
EyeFly3D, a Singapore-made glasses-free 3D film, has won the Technology Innovation category in the Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES) Prestigious Engineering Achievement Awards 2013.
2009-03-04 Scientists shed light on nano-thermal management
IBM Research scientists have announced a landmark study in the field of nanoelectronics, the development and demonstration of novel techniques to measure the distribution of energy and heat in powered carbon nanotube devices.
2003-05-08 Samsung facility to undergo expansion program
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has announced plans to expand its facility in Austin, Texas.
2011-06-20 Rusnano finances Nesscap's global expansion
Nesscap and Rusnano have signed an agreement wherein Rusnano will aid in financing Nesscap's expansion of its ultracapacitors fab in Korea and manufacturing and R&D facilities in Russia.
2011-04-08 Researchers: Fuel cells on-a-chip may replace small batteries
Harvard researchers have fabricated tiny solid-oxide fuel cells on chips measuring 5mm wide, with a power density of 155mW per sq cm.
2007-10-01 Researchers switch magnetic domains from hard to soft
Using a designer material with strong anisotropy, researchers have demonstrated how to switch magnetic domains from permanent to erasable by applying a longitudinal magnetic field to modulate the domain walls' strength.
2004-03-30 Researchers seek bricks to build nanoscale structures
A systems strategy to make nanoscale devices as reproducible and controllable as silicon systems-on-chip is being urged by a pioneer in this growing world of shrinking sizes.
2010-09-21 Researchers inspect Li-ion batteries at nanoscale
New microscopy technique used to view Li-ion movement
2013-10-02 Researchers in Singapore, MIT develop flexible ceramics
The team developed a way of making minuscule ceramic objects that are not only flexible, but also have a "memory" for shape: when bent and then heated, they return to their original shapes.
2005-08-30 Researchers float dry fuel cells for mobile apps
Touted as a future solution to automobile pollution, fuel cell technology may in the interim solve the portable-power problem that is pivotal to miniaturizing electronic systems.
2011-10-07 Researchers develop foldable energy storage
A recently invented energy storage membrane from NUSNNI outperforms rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors.
2009-02-23 Researchers craft nanoscale one-stop shop platform
University of Pittsburgh researchers have created a nanoscale one-stop shop, a single platform for creating electronics at a nearly single-atom scale that could yield advanced forms of technologically important devices such as high-density memory devices, transistors and computer processors.
2013-04-17 Research: Layered 2D nanocrystals to replace CMOS
Made up of a material called molybdenum disulfide, the layered structure could pave the way for further scaling and improving compute performance driven by smaller transistors.
2009-12-01 Research team touts room-tem silicon spintronics
University of Twente researchers claim they can control a silicon electron's spin at room temperature.
2014-03-14 Research groups focus on harnessing WSe2 properties
MIT, University of Washington and Vienna University of Technology have each conducted a separate research that examines the potential of WSe2 to create innovative optoelectronic devices.
2003-01-31 Research expert ponders next killer app
Ralph Cavin, VP of research operations at the Semiconductor Research Corp., thinks that the next killer-app will include thinking machines and devices that would replace human assistants.
2011-12-07 Recent discovery reveals graphene stripes
Graphitic superconductors have been shown to contain electronic stripes called 'charge density waves.'
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