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2007-03-28 Sugar-powered fuel cells, anyone?
Researchers at Saint Louis University in Missouri, U.S.A. have invented a fuel cell battery that runs on sugar and can operate up to four times longer on a single charge than conventional Li-ion batteries.
2002-09-18 Sugar language sweetens assertions
Three EDA vendors will announce support for the Sugar 2.0 formal property language, adding to a growing list of endorsements that suggests this new Accellera standard will be widely accepted.
2007-08-30 Sony bio battery generates power from sugar
Sony has developed a bio battery that generates electricity from carbohydrates contained in sugar, through the application of power generation principles found in living organisms.
2003-04-08 Safelogic VHDL tool sweetened with Sugar
Safelogic Verifier 3.1 product now supports PSL.
2006-09-26 Researchers announce sugar-cube sized video projector
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering in Jena, Germany has produced a video projector the size of a sugar cube.
2013-01-21 Fraunhofer set to unveil sugar cube-sized spectrometer
Fraunhofer's spectrometer enables analysis of gaseous, liquid and solid materials immediately on site instead of taking samples for lab analysis.
2003-06-05 TransEDA debuts property verification tool
TransEDA has announced a property and assertion capture and validation tool at the 2003 Design Automation Conference.
2003-03-03 Novas adds assertion support to debugger
Novas Software Inc. has added OpenVera assertion support to its new Verdi Behavior-Based Debug System.
2013-12-30 Multiple diagnostic devices integrated as single portable gear
San Diego State University's X-Team integrated a headband brainwave recorder, a balance-board and a blood sugar monitor into a single device as they compete for the Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE.
2002-11-21 IBM offers free trial of assertion-based verification tool
IBM's Haifa Research Laboratory has started to offer the company's FoCs assertion-based verification tool for a free 90-day trial.
2012-07-10 Wearable medical devices to surge in 2017
Some of the applications of the device include tracking the pace of someone's daily run, recognizing a fall that might have injured a senior, reporting blood sugar levels in a diabetic and monitoring the heart rate of a patient in hospital.
2006-03-14 Power relays fit tight spaces
Omron Electronic Components LLC has introduced two series of power PCB relays that require about 20 percent less board space than conventional "sugar cube" relays.
2006-08-08 PCB relays handles 16A at 250Vac
Omron Electronic offers the G5LE-E series of power PCB relays that switch 16A at 250Vac in an industry-standard "sugar cube" size package.
2003-05-26 New EDA consortium promotes assertion language
Seeking to accelerate the adoption of the PSL, 13 EDA companies have joined together with two user companies to form the PSL/Sugar Consortium.
2009-08-19 Zinc oxide nanospears boost solar cell efficiency
Microscopic, spear-shaped zinc oxide crystals on a silicon surface may produce more efficient solar cells.
2008-08-01 ZIF connectors boast secure lock, high reliability
AVX Corp. has the 6288 Series of secure lock zero insertion force (ZIF) connectors that provide enhanced robustness and dependability for applications that require high reliability.
2002-03-13 Vendors join push for assertion standards
The strongest effort yet to forge a standard assertion language for IC verification will unfold at the International HDL Conference this week, as Co-Design Automation and Real Intent announce the donation of the Superlog Design Assertion Subset to the Accellera standards body.
2010-04-07 USB-to-UART converter eases USB connectivity addition
Microchip's MCP2200 USB-to-UART protocol converter enables designers to quickly and easily add USB connectivity to their application without completely redesigning the system.
2012-05-17 Ultra-thin films open new possibilities in flexible electronics
The new class of thin films based on hybrid copolymers could give rise to numerous applications in flexible electronics, in areas as diverse as nanolithography, biosensors and photovoltaic cells.
2003-07-07 U.K. to invest $150M in nanotechnology research
The British government is injecting $150M over the next six years to fund nanotechnology R&D and help commercialize the technology.
2008-02-28 Thin-films enable implantable drugs-on-a-chip
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed thin-films that can enable implantable pharmacies-on-a-chip that use electric fields to dispense drugs on-demand, rather than depend on patients remembering to take their meds.
2008-12-05 The Future of Display Technology
While wandering the isles at our local department store, I had to pause in the home electronics section and admire the collection of large format LCD and plasma HDTV systems on display. I slipped back in time to when I was a young engineer and could only imagine displays that large and thin.
2002-10-15 Swedish startup eases use of formal tools
Startup Safelogic is rolling out a formal property checker and a simulation "plug-in" for property monitoring.
2005-10-27 Survey finds verification tool use largely unchanged from 2004
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2002-06-12 Standards inch forward with skeptics in tow
Two standards efforts will take major steps forward at the 39th Design Automation Conference, as the OpenAccess Coalition announces four additional EDA vendor members and much of the EDA community lines up behind Accellera's new SystemVerilog standard.
2010-12-06 SPIE Journal details advances in QCL for detection, monitoring, analysis
The accelerated pace of development of quantum cascade laser technology is the subject of a highly anticipated special section just published in SPIE journal, Optical Engineering, having U.S. Naval Research Laboratory scientists Jerry Meyer and Igor Vurgaftmanare as section editors.
2015-01-06 Smart gadgets rule CES Unveiled
If some of the products demonstrated at the pandemonium of CES Unveiled are any indication, this is a generation of gadgets designed to compete on simplicity, ease of use, accuracy and security.
2014-07-09 Sand is the holy grail of Li-ion anodes
When processed, sand becomes a pure nano-silicon formed in a very porous 3-D siliconbelieved to be the key to expanding the expected lifespan of Si-based batteries up to 3 times or more.
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.
2012-04-20 Research reveals Li-ion batteries with carbon nanoparticles
A team of researchers has developed a lithium-sulfur battery that has porous carbon nanoparticles that use sulfur molecules to achieve what they claim as the greatest possible efficiency.
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