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2002-09-24 Toshiba proposes double-junction MRAM structure
Toshiba Corp. has developed a magnetic RAM with a double-tunnel-junction structure to boost its MRAM product density to the 1Gb.
2004-06-28 Toshiba matchbox-sized fuel cells suit mobile phones
Toshiba has developed a matchbox-sized direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) with no moving parts
2012-09-06 Suntech Power, Hanwha Solar sign collaborative research deal
An advanced processing technology being pioneered at UNSW to improve the efficiency of first generation silicon solar cells has the competing solar makers into unlikely collaborators.
2009-05-11 ST taps FET's lithium battery tech
STMicroelectronics has signed a commercial agreement with Front-Edge Technology (FET), enabling ST to bring FET's NanoEnergy ultrathin lithium battery technology to a wide range of new markets and applications.
2010-01-18 South Korea boosts drive for greener electronics
With all the industries fighting for product differentiation and the next killer applications, low power consumption and green technology, regardless of industries, are likely to be the continuing motto in 2010.
2010-01-19 South Korea bets on renewable energy
New renewable energy will help the Korea government's 'Low Carbon, Green Growth' vision to achieve new employment and economic growth, and enable security of green energy supply and energy export resources.
2008-02-20 Solar industry dynamics to change wafer vendors' game
According to Semico Research, silicon wafer vendors are under pressure from current demand and the new dynamics in the solar cell industry
2009-12-16 Soitec breaks into solar with Concentrix acquisition
Soitec will leverage its expertise in engineered substrates to improve solar cell performance to meet the growing need of renewable energy
2011-12-08 Silicon solar cells show 23.3% efficiency
The newly-developed interdigitated back-contact silicon solar cells feature n-type base float-zone (FZ) silicon substrates and SiN single layer anti-reflective coating.
2008-10-15 Silicon is still at the center of IMEC's solar research
Crystalline silicon technology remains the big bet in solar cell research at IMEC, but the group is also exploring options in silicon thin films, compound materials and organics
2002-03-21 Self-configuring array enables atomic-scale fabrication
A next-generation configurable circuit architecture is being proposed by a group of designers at startup Cell Matrix Corp. The company is building small prototype chips based on the concept.
2010-06-01 Self-assembling protein to enable faster computing
A protein found in every cell of the human body, could become a self-assembler of future information processing systems that are smaller, faster and cheaper than today's computer circuitry
2012-01-12 Rush orders give solar makers some relief
Benefiting from rush orders in Europe and the U.S., Taiwan solar cell makers' utilization rates increased, which will affect the development of contract and spot prices
2007-05-29 Researchers study organic enzymes as future car fuel
University and government researchers are investigating whether a blend of starch, enzymes and water could produce hydrogen fuel for future cars.
2005-08-30 Researchers float dry fuel cells for mobile apps
Touted as a future solution to automobile pollution, fuel cell technology may in the interim solve the portable-power problem that is pivotal to miniaturizing electronic systems
2013-01-25 Research: Water, Si speed up hydrogen yield
University at Buffalo researchers found that when combined with water, silicon particles reacted to form silicic acid (a nontoxic byproduct) and hydrogena potential source of energy for fuel cells.
2008-08-29 Renewable energy initiatives explore hydrogen, photosynthesis
Green energy projects are looking into ways to replace fossil fuels with renewable resources like hydrogen and photosynthesis.
2011-10-17 PV makers' financial snag mounts
Low demand for solar products keeps pulling the price down, forcing some firms to liquidate equipment to ensure financial viability.
2010-03-17 Putting the spotlight on solar power
Tom Adams offers a closer look at four solar companies from the United States and Europe to see where they are now and where they may be heading.
2010-01-25 Portable fuel cells market to hit $2.3 B by 2016
Pike Research predicts the global market for portable fuel cells will increase to $2.3 billion by 2016, up from just $185 million in 2009.
2004-01-27 PolyFuel membrane eyes portable electronic devices
PolyFuel Inc. has released a membrane device designed for direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) apps
2014-06-09 Phase change memory: Multi-level to multi-tasking
In the VLSI 2014 paper, a 4bit per cell will be presented, the equivalent of 16 levels. It is conceivable that such a memory could operate in a multi-tasking role serving two separate applications
2011-10-05 PFC shipments to reach 4.5 million by 2017
Pike Research has released a study showing a significant increase in PFC demand and estimates that shipments will reach 4.5 million in six years.
2014-03-17 Organic solar cells boast 8.4% conversion efficiency
Imec created fullerene-free organic photovoltaic multilayer stacks that offer compatibility with flexible substrates and tunable absorption window.
2007-09-19 Nokia Siemens, Airvana partner on 3G femto net deployment
Airvana and Nokia Siemens Network announced they plan to provide an end-to-end femto cell solution for mobile 3G operators worldwide that wish to extend their coverage and offer new voice and mobile broadband data services
2002-03-04 Nokia presses open platform strategy
Nokia will license the source code of smart-phone software it has designed internally. Leading the charge for open technology, Nokia said it will offer its Series 60 software and the rest of "an open smart-phone platform" to competing cell phone manufacturers
2002-08-09 Neoreach, RFIC to co-develop W-CDMA chipset
Neoreach Inc. has signed an MOU with the RF Microelectronics Lab to co-develop a new RF CMOS.
2009-03-17 Nanowires to bring fuel cells to mass market
Woven nanowire electrodes could provide hydrogen fuel cells the needed boost to make them commercially viable, according to University of Rochester researchers.
2008-07-16 Nanoelectrodes could cut hydrogen fuel cost
QuantumSphere Inc. claims that its nanoparticle-coated electrodes can make hydrogen an economical alternative to natural gas and gasoline.
2013-07-05 NAND flash scaling: 20nm node and below
Here are some of the fundamental cell design issues considered and addressed to arrive at this planar cell technology
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