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Tuesday, March 16, 2010 | Electronics | 0 comments
Imperfect chips pave the way for new quantum technology
Disorder is OK, is the surprising message from a research group at DTU Fotonik, thus overturning the common notion that optical chips must be perfect.

Sunday, March 07, 2010 | Electronics | 0 comments
Silicon Integrated Nanophotonics
Development of on-chip optical interconnects for future multi-core processors

Thursday, February 18, 2010 | Electronics | 0 comments
A step towards germanium nanoelectronics
The use of germanium instead of silicon as basic material of transistors would enable faster chips containing smaller transistors.

Saturday, February 13, 2010 | Electronics | 0 comments
UNH Chemists Create Molecule With Promising Semiconductor Properties
A team of chemists from the University of New Hampshire has synthesized the first-ever stable derivative of nonacene, creating a compound that holds significant promise in the manufacture of flexible organic electronics such as large displays, solar cells and radio frequency identification tags.

Monday, February 08, 2010 | Electronics | 0 comments
Electrons on the brink: Fractal patterns may be key to semiconductor magnetism
Just as the heartbeats of today's electronic devices depend on the ability to switch the flow of electricity in semiconductors on and off with lightning speed, the viability of the "spintronic" devices of the future -- technologies that manipulate both the flow and magnetic "spin" of electrons -- will require similarly precise control over semiconductor magnetism.

Sunday, January 31, 2010 | Electronics | 0 comments
Engineered Metamaterials Enable Remarkably Small Antennas
The novel antennas may be useful in ever-shrinking and proliferating wireless systems such as emergency communications devices, micro-sensors and portable ground-penetrating radars to search for tunnels, caverns and other geophysical features.

Sunday, January 24, 2010 | Electronics | 0 comments
FUJIFILM Barium-Ferrite Magnetic Tape Establishes World Record in Data Density: 29.5 Billion Bits Per Square Inch
Employing its advanced NANOCUBIC technology, Fujifilm succeeded in micro-particulation of the BaFe particle to 1600nm³, the equivalent of one-third of the current metal particle volume, uniformly dispersed and coated on a super smooth thin magnetic layer.

Thursday, January 21, 2010 | Electronics | 0 comments
Carnegie Mellon and Intel Collaborate To Improve Energy Costs and Efficiency in Chip Making
Carnegie Mellon University and Intel Corporation will unveil a new class of materials called solder magnetic nanocomposites that could help streamline the process of computer electronic packaging.

Friday, January 08, 2010 | Electronics | 0 comments
UCSD Nanoengineering Discovery Could Lead to Enhanced Electronics
Nanoscience has the potential to play an enormous role in enhancing a range of products, including sensors, photovoltaics and consumer electronics. Scientists in this field have created a multitude of nano scale materials, such as metal nanocrystals, carbon nanotubes and semiconducting nanowires.

Wednesday, January 06, 2010 | Electronics | 0 comments
No-sweat pressure sensors
Microelectronic chips used to take pressure readings are very delicate. A new technology has been developed that makes pressure sensors more robust, enabling them to continue operating normally at temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009 | Electronics | 0 comments
ASU scientists improve chip memory by stacking cells
Scientists at Arizona State University have developed an elegant method for significantly improving the memory capacity of electronic chips.

Monday, December 14, 2009 | Electronics | 0 comments
Microscopic gyroscopes, the key for motion sensing
Tiny devices made possible by combining the latest advances in mechanical and electronics technology could be at the heart of next-generation personal navigation and vehicle stabilisation tools thanks to European researchers.

Saturday, December 12, 2009 | Electronics | 0 comments
3-D Microchips for More Powerful and Environmentally Friendly Computers
The world of IT pursues its race for performance. CMOSAIC could boost the computing performance of central processors by a factor 10 while consuming less energy.

Friday, December 11, 2009 | Electronics | 0 comments
New silicon-germanium nanowires could lead to smaller, more powerful electronic devices
Microchip manufacturers have long faced challenges miniaturizing transistors, the key active components in nearly every modern electronic device, which are used to amplify or switch electronic signals.

Wednesday, December 09, 2009 | Electronics | 0 comments
Imec presents new GaN-on-Si architecture for enhancement mode power switching devices
At this weeks International Electron Devices Conference, the nanoelectronics research center imec presents an innovative, simple and robust GaN-on-Si double heterostructure FET (field effect transistor) architecture for GaN-on-Si power switching devices.

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