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2016-01-19 Sensors intelligently clear sea water of chemical pollutants
The sensors are embedded in small floating devices and are based on sophisticated algorithms, made up of several wireless nodes that move independently through the spill in search of its outer limits.
2008-09-12 National Semi CEO joins 'green revolution'
In late 1990s, when General Motors launched its oversized off-road vehicle Hummer, Brian Halla, chairman and CEO of National Semiconductor, has snapped up one of the $50,000-plus gas-guzzlers.
2011-01-26 Nanoparticles shine34x brighter than quantum dots
Researchers have invented mesoporous silicon-dioxide nanoparticles that are brighter than other nanoparticles, paving the way for better biosensors and homeland defense detectors.
2007-11-01 LCDs turn to LEDs for lighting
A change is likely to have occurred behind the scenes in display sizes below about 15-inches: the CCFL lighting system for the LCD is rapidly being replaced by LEDs.
2007-05-04 Hall sensors offer accuracy for automotive apps
Micronas has announced the HAL 82x family of programmable Hall-effect sensors designed to meet the latest accuracy requirements of many automotive applications.
2007-08-13 Epson frees Japan LCD facilities of 2-aminoethanol
Epson Imaging Devices announced it has eliminated the use of 2-aminoethanolfrom all its Japan sites as of July 2007, making it the first LCD manufacturer to achieve this feat.
2010-02-22 Car makers address HEV battery issues
Car makers at the Euroforum conference discussed issues in electric and HEV designs particularly on how to engineer and use the battery.
2007-12-11 Bosch invests in car fuel efficiency, safety apps in India
Automotive supplier Bosch Group achieved 20 percent revenue growth in India in 2007, and it is planning further investments in the subcontinent, focusing on fuel efficiency and safety.
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