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Sunday, March 04, 2007 | Electronics | 0 comments
Nano-Piezotronics: Researchers create a new class of electronic components by bending zinc oxide nanowires
Researchers have taken advantage of the unique coupled semiconducting and piezoelectric properties of zinc oxide nanowires to create a new class of electronic components and devices that could provide the foundation for a broad range of new applications.

Friday, February 16, 2007 | Electronics | 0 comments
New analog circuits could impact consumer electronics
Advances in digital electronic circuits have prompted the boost in functions and ever- smaller size of such popular consumer goods as digital cameras, MP3 players and digital televisions. But the same cannot be said of the older analog circuits in the same devices, which process natural sights and sounds in the real world.

Saturday, January 20, 2007 | Electronics | 0 comments
Improved Nanodots Could Be Key to Future Data Storage
The massive global challenge of storing digital data—storage needs reportedly double every year—may be met with a tiny yet powerful solution: magnetic particles just a few billionths of a meter across.

Thursday, January 18, 2007 | Electronics | 0 comments
Research removes major obstacle from mass production of tiny circuits
As they eliminate tiny air bubbles that form when liquid droplets are molded into intricate circuits, a Princeton-led team is dissolving a sizable obstacle to the mass production of smaller, cheaper microchips

Tuesday, January 16, 2007 | Electronics | 0 comments
HP Presents Alternate Strategy for Chip Improvement
The technology calls for a nanoscale crossbar switch structure to be layered on top of conventional CMOS (complementary metal oxide silicon), using an architecture HP Labs researchers have named “field programmable nanowire interconnect (FPNI)” – a variation on the well-established FPGA technology.

Saturday, January 06, 2007 | Electronics | 0 comments
Record Speed for Thin-Film Transistors Could Open Door for Flexible Electronics
Flexible TFTs are usually made of organic materials or amorphous or poly silicon, but the research team instead uses nanoscale-thin membranes of single-crystal silicon, which has greater electron mobility and greater speed.

Friday, December 22, 2006 | Electronics | 0 comments
New research could lead to "invisible" electronics
Northwestern University researchers report that by combining organic and inorganic materials they have produced transparent, high-performance transistors that can be assembled inexpensively on both glass and plastics.

Saturday, August 19, 2006 | Electronics | 0 comments
Splitting Light with Artificial Muscles Could Bring New Generation of Color Displays
Scientists have unveiled a new technology that could lead to video displays that faithfully reproduce a fuller range of colors than current models, giving a life-like viewing experience. The invention, based on fine-tuning light using microscopic artificial muscles, could turn into consumer products in eight years, the scientists say.

Friday, August 18, 2006 | Electronics | 0 comments
University of Pennsylvania Student Creates Electric Tweezers
Now Everyone Can Have a Desktop Lab

Tuesday, August 01, 2006 | Electronics | 0 comments
Purdue engineers lay groundwork for 'vertically oriented nanoelectronics'
Engineers at Purdue University have developed a technique to grow individual carbon nanotubes vertically on top of a silicon wafer, a step toward making advanced electronics, wireless devices and sensors using nanotubes by stacking circuits and components in layers.

Saturday, July 15, 2006 | Electronics | 0 comments
Paint-on semiconductor outperforms chips
Finding has enormous value for communications, imaging and monitoring applications

Sunday, July 09, 2006 | Electronics | 0 comments
Nano-Chips To Power Computers, Phones Of The Future
British scientists are playing a key role in the drive to make electronic gadgets smaller, smarter and even more powerful.

Sunday, July 02, 2006 | Electronics | 0 comments
Nanosys to Expand its Flash Memory Collaboration with Intel Corporation and Micron Technology
The collaboration utilizes Nanosys' proprietary nanostructures to address high density NAND flash memory opportunities in areas such as consumer electronics, portable storage, and personal communications .

Friday, June 30, 2006 | Electronics | 0 comments
Quick Reaction "Chromophores" Emerge as New Class of Semiconductors, Suitable for Nanoscale Electronics
The future of high-speed electronics might very well be defined by linking together small, "electrically jumpy" molecules called chromophores

Tuesday, June 20, 2006 | Electronics | 0 comments
Georgia Tech/IBM Team Demonstrates First 500 GHz Silicon-Germanium Transistors
"This work redefines the upper bounds of what is possible using silicon-germanium nanotechnology techniques."

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