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2004-01-12 Protein recognition tapped to build nanotube FETs
Molecular self-assembly assisted by DNA and protein recognition might provide a route to complex logic and memory circuits built with nanotubes, a project in Haifa, Israel, suggests.
2008-06-11 Processor core provider confesses chip design is a struggle
Clockless logic circuit developer Handshake Solutions has taken the unusual step of issuing a press release to proclaim that semiconductor design is "struggling."
2014-07-09 Probe series touts 1THz high-accuracy measurement
The T-Wave probe series includes millimetre and sub-millimetre wavelength on-wafer ground-signal-ground probes and components for electrical measurement with frequencies up to 1.1THz.
2014-07-21 Plasmon sensors to put bomb-sniffing canines out of work
The device uses reflectors to bounce the surface plasmons back and forth inside the sensordramatically increasing the sensitivity of the sensor to detect incredibly minute concentrations of explosives.
2005-12-01 Pilot line planned for lighting nanotubes
Japan and the United States cooperate on carbon nanotube electron-emmision for lighting devices.
2005-02-10 Piezo ceramic motor delivers 2N force in small 4mm assembly
New Scale Technologies released its newest Squiggle motor that is 50 percent smaller than its initial offering.
2011-05-06 Physicists raise polymeric composites' conductivity
Studying the electrical percolation of carbon nanotubes, physicists from the University of Luxembourg learned that percolation threshold could be lowered by adding small amounts of conductive polymer latex.
2006-01-11 Photronics plans mask fabrication facility in Korea
Photomask supplier Photronics Inc. said it plans to build a state-of-the-art photomask fabrication facility at an undetermined site in Korea.
2004-02-16 Photosynthesis inspires molecular-assembly process
Nanotechnologists have recently succeeded in their attempts to build molecular systems based on highly efficient versions of the molecular "machine" that plants use to turn sunlight into energy.
2013-09-03 Photostable nanocrystals open path to advanced sensing tech
This discovery could allow rapid localisation and measurement of cells in a living environment such as the changes to a single living cell in the human body in response to chemical signals.
2007-01-05 Philips posts gains, losses due to corporate disposals
The wind-down corporate investments at Royal Philips Electronics has led to both one-time gains and losses at the company that it plans to account for in its Q4 2006 results.
2011-07-04 Phase-change memory tech boasts 10M write cycles
IBM Research has demonstrated that PCM allows computers and servers to boot quickly, enhances their overall performance and can endure at least 10 million write cycles.
2005-07-18 Organic molecule switches like a transistor
University researchers have successfully demonstrated a single-molecule switch and transistor.
2008-07-24 Optical lithography can cover 12nm, says MIT
Optical lithography can be extended to 12nm, according to MIT researchers who have so far demonstrated 25nm lines using a new technique called scanning beam interference lithography.
2002-08-28 Optical IC sales to jump by $5.43B in 2006
ICs used in optical switches will represent a $5.4 billion market opportunity by 2006, according to Pioneer Consulting's latest report.
2007-11-01 Opportunity abounds in MEMS/nanotech
Despite the fickleness of the investment communitya tendency to jump on the "bandwagon of the moment" investment in both nanotech and MEMS startups has remained relatively strong for the past three years, and almost evenly split between the two.
2003-10-06 Omron technology enables brighter LCD screens
Omron Corp. has developed what it claims is the world's first frontlight manufacturing technology that is capable of making brighter, clearer LCD screens.
2003-10-07 Omron enhances LCD line with new technology
Omron Corp. announced that they have developed a frontlight manufacturing technology capable of making brighter, clearer liquid display screens.
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.
2004-02-09 NTT nanofabrication uses electron beam lithography
NTT's electron beam lithography system enables the fabrication of small three-dimensional structures.
2009-07-16 Novellus, Albany NanoTech team on sub-22nm R&D
The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering at the University at Albany and Novellus Systems Inc. have formed a $20 million partnership to conduct next-generation R&D sub-22nm semiconductor manufacturing technology.
2014-12-29 Novel technique opens path to low-cost 3D nanomanufacturing
Laser shock imprinting creates large-area patterns of 3D nanoshapes from metal sheets that will inexpensively mass produce innovations such as "plasmonic metamaterials" for advanced technologies.
2008-04-21 Nokia opens research 'lablet' at Helsinki University
Nokia will open a research lablet on the Otaniemi campus of Helsinki University of Technology. Nokia Research Center and Helsinki University of Technology have also announced a joint strategic research program in the field of mobile communications technologies.
2010-12-02 NIST shows thermogravimetric analysis for nanotube purity
A thermogravimetric analysis technique that places a microbalance atop a quartz crystal enables measurement of microsamples of carbon-nanotubes and coated-nanoparticles.
2009-08-26 New process rolls ultrathin inorganic LEDs
The LEDs can be assembled into large arrays, offering a new approach to lighting and display systems.
2013-05-10 New process enables control of nanochemical sensors
Engineers from UIC discovered a technique for modulating and controlling the sensitivity of graphene chemical sensors by manipulating the chemical properties of the insulating layer.
2007-05-07 New IBM tech enables faster ICs
IBM scientists announced that they have devised a way to create vacuum spaces between copper wires in semiconductors, which will reportedly lead to chips that consume less power and run faster.
2011-07-04 New center promotes high-performance computing
The Lawrence Livermore lab has opened its doors to high-performance computing, welcoming collaborations from the government, research institutions and academia to promote innovation.
2003-08-04 NEC solidifies R&D structure
NEC announced that they have selected the Keihin Industrial Zone in Yokohama as their main technology center.
2004-01-08 NEC consolidates R&D efforts
NEC Corp. has consolidated its R&D operations to a newly created business line "R&D Unit" at its head.
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