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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.
2011-10-18 Bitmicro opens microelectronics center in the Philippines
Bitmicro Networks has opened a training center in the Philippines that will focus on chip design and engineering.
2004-10-15 IR Newport facility achieves energy efficiency award
International Rectifier (IR) disclosed that its Newport, Wales, U.K. facility has earned a national energy efficiency award
2006-07-17 They're not the Valleyand that's the point
Silicon Valley is no longer the end of the rainbow for companies in search of R&D talent, advanced research opportunities, submicron-process expertise or applications development prowess.
2006-01-24 Singapore's IC & system design companies form own group
Over 20 IC design and system design companies in Singapore banded together to form the Microelectronics IC Design And System Association
2009-11-25 Silicon-air battery touts unlimited shelf life
Created from oxygen and silicon, the batteries are lightweight, have unlimited shelf life and high tolerance for extreme conditions.
2006-12-01 Russia tech growth hinges on government push
Russia ranks near the bottom of the ladder among participants in the world's electronics and semiconductor markets, but the country has the technical resources to forge a formidable industry presence.
2014-02-10 Researchers highlight graphene's ballistic transport property
The study reveals that graphene nanoribbons act more like optical waveguides or quantum dots, allowing electrons to flow smoothly along the edges of the material to spawn innovative electronic devices.
2007-01-01 China gears up for more innovative design
Although there is still a lot of work to be done in mainland China's R&D sector, there has been remarkable progress especially in the communication and consumer electronics front.
2007-02-27 ACE Awards to honor industry's finest
The ACE Awards in mainland China recognize progressive semiconductor companies that have helped the country's design engineers in the development of more sophisticated electronic products.
2013-11-27 Singapore-Abu Dhabi R&D programme focuses on advanced MEMS
Singapore's EDB and the UAE's Advanced Technology Investment Company will fund 'Twin Lab,' a collaborative research project between A*STAR IME, Globalfoundries and the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology to develop advanced MEMS technologies
2009-09-11 Singapore launches 3D TSV consortium
The Institute of Microelectronics has announced a 3D through-silicon via (TSV) consortium to boost next-generation 300mm wafer manufacturing capability
2013-11-25 Power-efficient IC sheds light on mind-body connection
Scientists from A*STAR IME, Nanyang Technological University and National University of Singapore developed an IC chip with record-low power use for direct recording of brain activities
2002-05-31 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
Chen Shu Bian, an electrical engineering graduate from China's Chengchi University, is a senior equipment engineer in the Silicon-On-System Mfg Co. wafer fabrication facility in Singapore.
2007-11-29 Nanotechnology R&D flourishes in Israel
Nanotechnology R&D is growing rapidly in Israel, with 81 nanotechnology companies and 326 academic researchers in the country.
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.
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.
2005-03-01 Making of a silicon value chain
STMicro's Marquet challenges the greens and fairways of the Asian IC industry and is not just expecting a par performance.
2015-10-14 Laying down the scaling path for monolithic 3D
The IEEE S3S 2015 provided comprehensive coverage of R&D activities in the monolithic 3D space such as integrating a monolithic 3D device without changing the existing frontline fab process.
2013-09-06 Laser spectroscopy eases nanoscale measurement
A team of researchers from Drexel University revealed an approach that could allow cell phones, laptops and tablets to become increasingly thinner and more energy efficient.
2004-01-13 Indian EE's journey to DSP magic world
Technology must be a servant to the society and not the reverse - this is what STMicro's Kay Das envisions for the future.
2014-09-29 From volume to value: Singapore electronics industry matures
The tumble Singapore's electronics manufacturing output took in the period of April to July has been a source of concern for many. With the rosy August results spelling a turn for the better, the weakened numbers may have been indicative of an industry that is moving up the value chain.
2004-01-14 Europe plans mega funding for nano CMOS
The European Commission (EC) has approved the first phase of a proposed multiyear collaborative research program to advance CMOS beyond the 45nm node.
2002-03-15 Consortium may take over Bell Labs research facility
Lucent Technologies and Agere Systems Inc. are attempting to spin-off their nanotechnology and electron-beam lithography lab in Murray Hill, N.J. as an advanced prototyping foundry that would be run by a consortium of local public and private investors.
2007-07-06 Carbon nanotube transistors run at 30GHz
A group of French researchers announced they have made transistors from carbon nanotubes on a silicon substrate, and these transistors can reach cutoff frequencies of 30GHz.
2012-12-27 Beijing builds its own 22nm MOSFET
IMECAS believes that the introduction of China-developed 22nm IC technology would save China money in importing foreign chips or process technology and boost China-made IC's competitiveness.
2008-11-26 Analysis: China's quest for chip stardom
Will China find a way to build its own semiconductor industry? If so, who will become China's Intel?
2013-12-10 A*STAR MEMS chip offers full circumferential scanning
A MEMS chip developed by A*STAR IME in Singapore offers 360-degree view through the implementation of a new reflector for the scanning laser.
2015-10-19 A*Star aims to extend Moore's Law at new lab
A*Star new lab and cleanroom will be set-up at the just-opened Fusionopolis Two in collaboration with Applied Materials. The project injects $108.5 million in joint funding to research low-defect processing, ultra-thin film materials, materials analysis and modelling and simulation.
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