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2005-03-16 Guru plumbs nanotech in all dimensions
For the most part, nano research activities are not that futuristic, says Yoshio Nishi of Stanford University.
2011-04-04 Growing ZTO nanostructures as alternative semiconductors
Researchers from the Asian Institute of Technology in Klong Luang, Thailand have presented a paper on zinc stannate nanostructures as a highly useful semiconductor.
2015-03-19 Grasping capacitors, ripple and self-heating
Ripple can be a necessary design function, and the considerations can be quite straightforward. In this article, we will take a look at ripple ratings!or how to cook a capacitor.
2011-12-05 Graphene ink-jet printing targets flexible electronics
Researchers from the University of Cambridge used the N-methylpyrrolidone as a low-cost way to print thin-film transistors for transparent electronics.
2012-05-24 Graphene barristor reveals switching capabilities
Samsung researchers reveal a graphene device that they say can switch off the current in graphene without degrading its mobility.
2010-09-09 Georgia Tech demos piezotronic transistors for MEMS apps
Transistors harness the piezoelectric effect in zinc-oxide nanowires to transform mechanical motion into a signal that controls logic operations.
2012-01-25 GaAs nanomembrane cooling by laser interaction
Researchers at the Niels Bohr Institute has cooled a semiconductor membrane from room temperature down to -269<C and presents prospects for replacing expensive cryogenic cooling.
2012-02-20 Embedded tech in optical fiber ups telecom speed
Researchers built an optical fiber with its own integrated electronic component, bypassing the need to integrate fiber-optics into a chip.
2015-02-24 Elevating IoT: Reducing off-state leakage to boost efficiency
MIT researchers created a transmitter that minimises off-state leakage 100-fold, while offering ample power for Bluetooth transfer, or for the longer-range 802.15.4 wireless communication protocol.
2006-12-07 Electronic polymer market to grow by 14.5% until 2008
Global demand for conductive electronic polymer products will expand by 14.5 percent per year until 2008, reported Frost & Sullivan.
2007-10-12 Electromagnetic simulator quickens virtual prototyping
Vector Fields has just released a new version of its Opera electromagnetic simulation tool with sophisticated model parameterization and scripting capabilities.
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.
2015-04-02 CVD graphene available on 100mm x 200mm substrates
The high-quality polycrystalline graphene films promise to outperform what the competition can deliver in terms of low defect density and high mobility.
2015-01-13 Computer simulations crack blue LED prod'n dilemma
A team of scientists solved the mystery as to why blue LEDs are so difficult to make by examining the unusual behaviour of doped gallium nitride at the atomic level using computer simulations.
2009-07-08 Coming soon: Carbon chips
Carbon!the basis of all organic compounds!seems destined to displace silicon as the material of choice for future semiconductors.
2014-11-20 Carnegie team preps silicon allotrope to expand use cases
Researchers were able to synthesise a new form of silicon with a quasi-direct band gap that falls within the desired range for solar absorption, something that has never before been achieved.
2007-08-02 Carbon nanotubes promise stronger touchscreens
Unidym claims its transparent nanotube-based thin films will enable CE devices to use more durable touchscreens that combine the stronger-than-steel properties of carbon nanotubes with the transparency of exotic indium-based films.
2013-08-20 Carbon nanotubes enhance drug production
MIT chemical engineers discovered that arrays of billions of nanoscale sensors could help pharmaceutical companies produce drugs!especially those based on antibodies!more safely and efficiently.
2008-07-21 Brighter white OLEDs could replace light bulbs
A University of Michigan researcher claims that a solid-state, white-light source can be brighter on a per-watt basis than incandescent bulbs.
2014-05-14 Assessing correlated electron memory claims by 4DS
4DS Inc. now claims that the operation of its memory is based on strongly correlated electron-effect Mott-like transition.
2010-03-11 Alchimer establishes 300mm facility in South Korea
Alchimer S.A. has opened a new applications and development facility in Seoul, South Korea, for demonstration of its processes on 300mm wafers.
2008-12-08 Aerosol printing hikes solar cell efficiency
Germany's Fraunhofer Institute is reporting a 2 percent efficiency gain for silicon solar cells by switching from conventional screen printing to a non-contact aerosol jet printer.
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