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2003-12-01 Shanghai Visun releases NdFeB rare-earth magnets
Shanghai Visun Int'l Trade Co. Ltd has announced the availability of its TS series of sintered NdFeB rare-earth magnets that are available in various shapes.
2011-08-10 Rare earth supply dwindles, prices soar
Despite efforts of different countries to balance the world's supply and demand of rare earths, prices still soar, this time, as a result of hoarding and price gouging of different companies.
2010-10-27 Rare earth issues trouble industry
The potential problem of China's monopoly on rare earthsminerals, metals and their oxides C has become reality with the country's move to reduce export quotas for 2H 10.
2010-11-29 Mongolia to provide rare-earth alternative to China
Toshiba and Mongolia have inked an agreement to cooperate on developing the latter's mineral resources.
2010-10-06 EV motors run without rare earth metals
Japan researchers have successfully built electric vehicle motors that don't require rare earth metals.
2003-05-05 Electronics to drive global rare-earth market recovery
An estimated 78,205 metric tons of rare-earth materials worth $1.6B were sold worldwide last year, down from 2001 levels of 80,735 metric tons.
2014-03-26 Eco-friendly process drives rare earth recycling
A solvent extraction process to recover rare earth materials helps address the supply-risk problem and prompt design-for-recyclability practices.
2013-03-21 China's hold on rare-earth minerals spawns alternate motors
IHS estimated that the global market for industrial IE4 Super Premium Efficiency low voltage motors will reach $418.2 million by the end of 2015, up 153 per cent from $165.4 million in 2012.
2011-02-08 China to cut export of rare-earth materials in 2011
China's plans to cut rare-earth material exports worry linear and torque motor makers. They ask: Is China simply driving up prices or is it increasing local value-added production and technology levels?
2011-12-22 Bright future for rare earth market
The U.S., Canada, Australia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia and even Afghanistan all have strategic efforts underway to reopen rare earth mines.
2012-07-13 Trends in upstream LED industry
The Digitimes Special Report focuses on the upstream segments including rare earth elements, MOCVD equipment, sapphire ingots and substrates, which serve as indicators for future developments in the industry.
2002-09-26 TDK NdFeB magnets achieve 420kJ/m3
The NEOREC53 series of NdFeB magnets achieve a maximum energy product of 420kJ/m3 - up to 9 percent higher than the earlier NEOREC50 series.
2013-06-17 Silicon-based nanoparticles to produce greener, cheaper LEDs
The technology developed by a team from University of Washington uses silicon, derived from sand, instead of rare-earth elements thus lowering the cost of manufacturing LEDs.
2002-12-03 Seiko Epson, Beijing San Huan finalize tie-up
Beijing San Huan New Materials High-tech Inc. has agreed to take an equity stake in Shanghai Epson Magnetics Co. Ltd.
2002-04-15 San Huan to inject $2.17M in Neorem
Rare-earth magnet manufacturer San Huan Inc. has signed a letter of intent to acquire a 13 percent stake in Finland-based Neorem Magnetic Oy valued at $2.17 million.
2006-08-28 SDK begins construction of second magnetic alloy plant in China
Showa Denko K.K. began construction of a second rare-earth magnetic alloy plant in China at Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province, for start-up in the latter half of 2007.
2005-03-03 Micro speakers tout ruggedness, performance
Transducers USA has introduced a complete line of micro speakers that use rare earth magnets for improved ruggedness and output performance.
2010-10-05 Embargo raises CMP slurry prices
China's tight grip on rare earth metals leads to high prices, formulation changes
2008-08-08 Cheaper magnets bring new breed of hybrid cars
Rare earth permanent magnets can achieve smaller, higher-performance motors and power generators. The rub is that they require an expensive, multistep process to fabricate.
2013-09-11 UV LED to spawn portable, low-cost devices
Researchers at the Ohio State University developed innovative LEDs that could lend itself to applications for chemical detection, disinfection and UV curing.
2015-10-16 Use MCU to keep wood gear clocks precise
Wood clocks have tendencies to be inaccurate because the wood expands and contracts with changes in temperature and humidity. Learn how this can be addressed using a microcontroller.
2013-10-08 Ultrathin insulators yield better superconducting magnets
Researchers from RIKEN Centre for Life Science Technologies developed an ultrathin insulation layer that boosts the efficiency of magnetic coils based on a high-temperature superconducting compound.
2003-11-18 TDK varistors target high-speed signal line apps
TDK Corp. has released low-capacitance multilayer chip varistors that are designed to suit high-speed signal line apps.
2011-07-01 Taiwan revs up EV R&D efforts
Suppliers are broadening their R&D initiatives for EV components and materials as the market shows sign of strong growth.
2013-05-17 Taiwan amplifies microelectronics strength
Taiwan, long recognised for design automation, is pioneering innovations in human-computer interaction, medical electronics and resolution of pressing social issues with novel semiconductors.
2004-08-23 SDK unveils high-performance thermoelement
SDK disclosed that they have developed a high-performance thermoelement, a key component of modules that convert heat energy directly into electric energy.
2011-01-19 Qubits reversible transfer could enable broadband quantum networks
Researchers at the University of Calgary and the University of Paderborn have successfully demonstrated the reversible transfer of entangled qubits from a quantum network waveguide to a solid-state memory device, bringing the concept of broadband quantum networks closer to reality.
2016-05-03 Novel technique eases production of glass microlasers
OIST researchers came up with a way to fabricate 'whispering gallery microlasers' that could be used in a range of applications such as optical communications, chemical or biosensing.
2014-01-28 Novel current sensors harvest wasted electromagnetic energy
A research team at HKPU developed a chip that enables detection of magnetic fields generated by electricity and a linear conversion of these magnetic fields into electrical voltage signals.
2003-11-07 Ninggang SmCo magnet features high erosion resistance
Ningbo Ninggang Permanent Magnetic Materials Co. Ltd has released bonded SmCo magnets including Yb-6 (SmCo5), Yb-10 (SmCo5), YbG-10 (Sm2Co17), and YbG-12 (Sm2Co17).
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