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2008-08-14 Unidym, Samsung extend carbon nanotube partnership
Unidym Inc. and South Korea's Samsung Electronics have extended their joint development agreement for another year.
2004-03-08 NEC claims carbon nanotube monopoly, offers licenses
NEC Corp. asserted Wednesday (March 3, 2004) that it owns essential patents on carbon nanotubes and, as a result, all companies seeking to make or sell carbon nanotube materials must obtain licenses from NEC.
2007-10-22 Seashells inspire ultrathin yet ultrastrong materials
A University of Michigan engineering professor has succeeded in creating an ultrathin material as strong as steel by embedding nanomaterial in an organic polymer matrix, mimicking the way oysters embed calcium carbonate into an organic matrix to create seashells.
2011-06-22 Researchers dispute toxic nanotube claims
Nanotubes may not be toxic, according to Semiconductor Research Corp. as researchers have found a way to remove contaminants introduced during manufacturing.
2008-06-04 Nanotube fab looks forward to multiple chip apps
The first foundry offering carbon nanotube thin films to fabless chipmakers will soon be available, whose thin films will be on variety of substrates like displays, touchscreens, solar cells, sensors and MEMS devices
2013-08-05 Low kerf loss achieved by carbon nanotube saws
In place of diamond-impregnated steel wires, scientists from the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials used ultra-thin and stable threads made of carbon nanotubes coated with diamond
2009-10-13 Friction gives direction to nanotube assembly
Researchers from four different institutions report measuring different friction forces when a carbon nanotube slides along its axis compared to when it slides perpendicular to its axis
2002-04-18 CVD process tames carbon nanotube growth
A chemical-vapor deposition technique has been applied to carbon nanotubes to give them unusual electronic properties, according to researchers here at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
2006-05-24 Carbon-nanotube arrays take heat off chips
Researchers from Purdue University say a carbon-nanotube-based thermal material can transfer heat from chip to sink 3x better than paste
2008-02-19 Carbon nanotube transistors suit printed electronics
NEC's carbon nanotube transistor with reduced environmental impact has been verified, confirming its application in the printed electronics field
2015-10-05 Carbon nanotube breakthrough could extend Moore's Law
IBM Research found a way to scale down the channel length to the 1.8nm node and may allow Moore's Law to be extended to the sub-nm angstrom levels using the same EUV CMOS process.
2011-12-14 Carbon nanotube beats copper in 3D integration
A research team at Chalmers is working with carbon nanotubes as conductive material for TSVs, citing its thermal qualities as crucial to the application.
2012-02-02 Carbon nanotube beat silicon as transistor material
IBM researchers found that carbon nanotube transistors at under 10nm outperformed silicon in terms of speed and power
2005-07-14 More materials research, investment needed to extend CMOS
Intel executives told equipment vendors that new materials and greater investment will be needed to extend CMOS technology beyond the middle of the next decade
2008-04-07 Fujitsu tips first self-organizing carbon nanotube composite
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd has developed a nanoscale carbon composite featuring a self-organizing structure, by combining carbon nanotubes and graphene.
2003-10-29 Nantero, ASML team on process compatibility
Nantero Inc. has announced a collaborative project with ASML Holding NV to demonstrate compatibility between its nanotube materials and processes.
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
2002-06-21 Tomorrow's technology points to present-day solutions
Off-key subjects were at the heart of several emerging technology sessions at the DAC that examined the challenges of next-gen designs while suggesting possible approaches to existing problems.
2012-12-19 Study: Supercapacitors need to be just as stretchable
Rechargeable and stretchable supercapacitors are vital to complement advances currently being made in flexible electronics.
2003-10-03 SDK co-establishes carbon nano-fiber company
Showa Denko K.K. and a faculty member of Shinshu University, Prof. Morinobu Endo, have agreed to establish a joint venture for research of advanced carbon materials and their application to energy devices
2008-12-11 Researchers tout magnetic nanotubes to advance spintronics
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) researchers now believe that carbon nanotubes can be used to detect such nanoscale magnetic states by changing their conductance.
2013-09-24 Researchers create densest array of carbon nanotubes
A team from Cambridge University in Englan said the recently developed material can help improve thermal interface materials, battery electrodes and supercapacitors
2003-09-18 Research team sorts nanotubes electronically
A breakthrough in a joint carbon-nanotube research project, in which carbon nanotubes are chemically sorted based on their electronic properties, may bring electronic applications of nanostructures a step closer
2016-02-11 Quantum dot nanotubes eliminate need for semiconductors
Michigan Tech is working toward ultra-small flexible electronics that remove semiconductors in favour of the more flexible capabilities of metallic quantum dots and isoelectronic crystals.
2009-12-30 Nanovacuums enable better batteries, memories
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign claim that nanometer-scale vacuum tubes should be able to achieve 3x the energy density of Li-ion batteries.
2014-07-11 Nanotubes: Pocket-sized 80TFLOPS system is the way to go
A carbon nanotube-based 'club sandwich' design that stacks memory and logic technologies could provide a thousand-fold power reduction for a system packing 2,880 IBM Power 7 cores running at 3.5GHz
2004-10-08 Low-temp polymer nanotubes foretell plastic circuits
Chemists at Central Michigan University have grown carbon nanotubes at a record-low 175C using a polymer type known as dendrimers as the substrate.
2011-12-21 Low-cost technique targets flexible electronics
Solution-based processing technology pushes for smart applications with stretchable and plastic backplanes.
2004-03-01 Intel boosts nanotech work via Zyvex link
Intel Corp. is studying the use of carbon nanotube-based polymers in thermal-interface materials, the latest evidence that nanotechnology is no longer a curiosity but is being put to work in the electronics industry.
2012-11-01 IBM research opens path for smaller computer chips
The research demonstrates initial steps towards commercial fabrication of carbon nanotubes as a successor to silicon, leading to more powerful and smaller ICs.
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