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2009-09-02 Nanowire crystals produce 3D ICs
Scientists have developed a process for transforming an amorphous germanium layer into a perfect crystal.
2003-06-11 Nanosys obtains nanotech rights from Berkeley, Columbia
Nanosys Inc. has signed exclusive agreements for worldwide rights of IPs covering nanocomposite solar cells developed by Berkeley National Labs and Columbia University.
2006-01-16 Nanorods show negative refraction in near-IR
Findings demonstrate the feasibility of metamaterial with a negative refractive index in the near-IR portion of the spectrum.
2003-09-12 Nanomix, DuPont enter exclusive licensing pact
DuPont Electronic Technologies has been granted an exclusive license from Nanomix Inc. to make and sell field-emitting thick-film materials.
2005-11-10 NanoMarkets: HB-LED market to hit $10.8B by 2010
The combined market for high-brightness LEDs (HB-LEDs) will grow from $5.0 billion in 2006 to $10.8 billion in 2010 and reach $17.4 billion in 2013
2008-02-26 Nanogenerators weave power suit
Georgia Institute of Technology professor Zhong Lin Wang has invented clothing fabrics that generate electricity from the motion of wearing.
2014-04-10 Nanodots facilitate half-a-minute battery charging
The 'nanodots' developed by Israeli start-up StoreDot are derived from peptidesbio-organic materials that increase electrode capacitance and electrolyte performance. This yields batteries that can be fully charged in minutes rather than hours.
2009-06-02 Nanocrystals key to sub-32nm optical litho
Pixelligent Technologies LLC claim to have developed a nanocrystalline material that can enhance the resolution of existing photolithography equipment to below 32nm.
2015-02-18 Molybdenum disulfide shows silicon-like properties
Graphene is often touted as a replacement for silicon due to its extremely high conductivity and unbeatable thinness, but Penn Researchers revealed that molybdenum disulfide is worth taking a second look.
2013-01-16 Molecular motors in development, says Nature journal
Researchers from various backgrounds are currently developing a multi-component molecular motor which could help pave the way for nanoscale devices.
2013-06-04 MIT develops carbine-based binding material
The new binding method developed by MIT offers a cheaper alternative to the use of thiols in binding materials.
2011-10-28 Microring resonator yields constant laser pulses
The device measures 80?m and can create hundreds of billions of pulses per second.
2006-07-14 Micron joins IMEC's 32nm research platform
IMEC announced that Micron Technology joined its (sub)-32nm CMOS research platform as core partner.
2008-07-15 MEMS microhotplates remain stable under extreme conditions
MEMS microhotplates consist of a micromachined silicon die attached to a gold-plated TO-18 package, which ensures reliable and stable continuous operation in harsh and hostile environment applications.
2009-04-16 MEMS fire up component revolution
Semiconductor vendors are in either in the MEMS sector or will be out of business; that was the stark assertion that came out of a panel session at the recent Globalpress Electronics Summit.
2008-04-21 Memory tech puts 300M tunes in MP3 players
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have devised a molecular scale switch that they claim could dramatically improve the data storage capability of devices without increasing their size.
2004-01-23 MEMC Electronic joins IMEC program
MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. has entered into an agreement with IMEC to join its Industrial Affiliation Program (IIAP).
2011-09-12 Measuring Hall effect in materials characterization
The ability to make precise Hall effect measurements becomes increasingly important as the need to characterize high mobility materials becomes increasingly critical.
2010-02-18 Magnetic tuning improves data storage
Chicago and London researchers have developed a method for controlling the properties of magnets that could be used to improve the storage capacity of next-generation computer hard drives.
2003-01-21 Lithography leap creates 20nm chip features
Scientists at the University of Wisconsin have found a way to create 20nm chip feature sizes with 100nm masks, giving an unexpected leap to Moore's Law and possibly extending the life of current lithography.
2009-04-21 Litho technique streamlines nanofabrication process
University of Maryland College of Chemical and Life Sciences professor John Fourkas and his research group have developed a new, table-top technique called RAPID lithography that makes it possible to create small features without the use of UV light.
2007-07-03 Korea, China draft engineering cooperation road map
South Korea's Ministry of Science and Technology disclosed it is plotting a long-term road map to strengthen bilateral cooperation in science and engineering with China.
2005-03-29 Kopin unveils high-res display
Kopin introduced an active-matrix LCD-based microdisplay with an 800 x 600 pixel resolution in a 0.59-inch diagonal package the company said offers the highest resolution for its size.
2004-07-06 KLA-Tencor offering delivers surface planarity process control
KLA-Tencor unveiled what it claims as the first true line monitoring solution for trench depth and surface planarity process control based on AFM.
2003-11-18 Keithley, Zyvex sign marketing collaboration
Keithley Instruments and Zyvex have signed an agreement to work together to develop new solutions for the nanotech marketplace.
2010-02-25 Junctionless transistor eases chip making
Scientists at the Tyndall National Institute have designed and fabricated what they claim is the first junctionless transistor that can help simplify chip manufacture.
2009-01-30 Joint research to reduce chip footprint by 10x
Semiconductor Research Corp. and Georgia Tech have started a collaboration to create the Interconnect and Packaging Center based at Georgia Tech, a joint research expected to enable reduction in chip footprint by 10x.
2002-08-13 JMAR contracts MIT for its lithography program
JMAR Technologies Inc. has initiated a contractual collaboration with MIT Prof. Henry I. Smith as part of its advanced semiconductor lithography program.
2003-08-14 ITC 2003 to focus on MEMS technology
This year's test conference covering IC and board test issues will shift its focus to MEMS technology as a growing concern for test engineers.
2007-12-21 Israeli researchers develop 'nano-Bible'
Technion Israel Institute of Technology researchers announced they have successfully put the full version of the Hebrew Bible, with vowel points, on an area smaller than the size of a pinhead.
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