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2011-09-12 Measuring Hall effect in materials characterization
The ability to make precise Hall effect measurements becomes increasingly important as the need to characterize high mobility materials becomes increasingly critical.
2015-05-25 Making graphene cost-effective and scalable
MIT and University of Michigan researchers described an innovative roll-to-roll manufacturing process that makes production of graphene and other 2D materials practical.
2011-12-21 Low-cost technique targets flexible electronics
Solution-based processing technology pushes for smart applications with stretchable and plastic backplanes.
2010-06-29 Low-cost organic ICs close gap with silicon
McGill University researchers claim a breakthrough that could help organic semiconductors bridge the considerable performance gap with silicon chips.
2008-07-01 LCD, plasma successors make headway
LCDs and plasma screens may be the dominant choice for TV sets today, and LCDs the displays of choice for almost every other application, but a pair of upstart technologies is vying to replace them.
2016-04-21 Inverse spin Hall effect converts microwaves into energy
University of Utah scientists investigated and developed a method on how to generate energy using microwaves by demonstrating an effect called the inverse spin Hall effect.
2011-12-27 Industry screw-ups of 2011
This year will be remembered for its share of missteps in the electronics world. EE Times has compiled a list of 10 blunders from 2011 that we believe will be remembered for years to come.
2013-09-05 Imec, Veeco team up for GaN-on-Si for power, LED apps
Imec's multi-partner GaN-on-Si R&D programme gathers the industry to jointly develop GaN LED and power devices on 200mm silicon substrates compatible with a 200mm CMOS-compatible infrastructure.
2013-01-10 Identifying prospects in green power
There are many opportunities in energy harvesting for use in green power alternative energies.
2011-03-28 HDD units, components shipments grew in 2010
The Information Network has reported that the hard disk drive components sector grew 25 percent the previous year.
2015-02-23 Graphene-based material improves semiconductor performance
In addition to graphene's highly desirable electrical properties, flexibility and strength, combining it with other materials could extend its range even further, as experiments show.
2008-06-03 Gartner ups 2008 IC forecast to $287B
Gartner Inc. has raised its worldwide IC forecast from 3.4 percent to 4.6 percent for 2008, to reach $287 billion, up from $274 billion in 2007.
2006-04-03 Flexible displays see app hurdles
While the flexible-display industry has reported steady gains in technical areas, there is common perception that its technology has been confined to the lab.
2003-02-25 Europe quietly forms polymer electronics project
Perhaps the best-kept secret in the electronics industry at the moment is the upcoming deadline for non-European companies to join the biggest polymer electronics R&D program ever.
2005-10-03 Energy-harvesting chips: The quest for everlasting life
Research continues in developing higher energy-density batteries, but the amount of energy available is low and finite.
2009-05-21 Energy harvesting: ready for prime time?
Over the past 12 months, energy harvesting has undergone a rapid evolution from a mere theoretical technology to one supported by a healthy ecosystem of vendors with solutions that will be showing up in more applications, according to participants in a panel discussion at the nanoPower Forum.
2013-08-23 Embedded ultrathin radios let walls listen, talk
Princeton University researchers placed ultrathin radios directly on plastic sheets that can be applied to walls and other structures to enable invisible communications systems.
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.
2011-10-06 Cu nanowires target PV cells, mobile screens
A recent study shows that copper nanowires can be made into conductive coatings that may replace ITO.
2009-07-08 Coming soon: Carbon chips
Carbonthe basis of all organic compoundsseems destined to displace silicon as the material of choice for future semiconductors.
2014-03-06 Cluster FLEET drives encapsulation tech into market
Cluster FLEET pools the expertise of different institutions in order to accelerate the translation of encapsulation technologies into industrial and serial production flexible electronic applications.
2013-04-09 Choosing medical device interconnects
Biocompatibilty, durability and reliability are key attributes to consider when selecting the right interconnects for remotely connecting healthcare professionals and patients.
2009-05-28 China Optics Valley ready for broader terrain
Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province in China, is known as the country's "Optics Valley," but the city's ambitions don't end with optoelectronics.
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.
2010-12-01 Cambridge NanoTech awarded grant to develop high-speed ALD System
FlexTech Alliance announced that it has awarded a contract to Cambridge NanoTech to develop a high-speed Atomic Layer Deposition system.
2015-05-20 Boron-infused graphene boosts wearables
By first infusing the polymer with boric acid, Rice University researchers quadrupled the supercapacitor's ability to store an electrical charge while greatly boosting its energy density.
2014-04-03 BIPV glass market sets off towards a $2.7 billion climb
Energy mandates in both the U.S. and EU are believed to help drive the BIPV glass market forward, with a major boost from zero net energy buildings that is estimated to reach $1.1 billion by 2019.
2010-04-15 Applied sets up Singapore IC equipment facility
Applied Materials Inc. has opened its new Singapore Operations Center, Applied's first facility in Asia for manufacturing its advanced semiconductor equipment.
2007-06-28 Applied Materials fortifies PV biz with acquisition
Applied Materials announced plans to acquire Swiss company HCT Shaping Systems SA, a move that's expected to strengthen Applied's position in the photovoltaics business.
2008-07-25 Applied breaks ground for Taiwan plant expansion
Applied Materials held a groundbreaking for the expansion project of its Tainan Manufacturing Center in Taiwan.
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