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Spintronics research uncovers candidate material for radiation resistant devices
17.02.2015 - 22:39

New materials that could yield higher computational speeds and lower power consumption are being researched by a team from the University of Michigan and Western Michigan University.Because most modern circuits rely on controlling electronic charge, which can be disrupted, spintronics, may offer a more robust alternative. However, making a radi...



Door opens to wider use of THz photonics, says research team
17.02.2015 - 22:36

A solid state technology platform developed by scientists in Italy and France is said to open the door to the use of THz photonics in a range of applications.While there has been much research into THz technology, the team says one missing piece has been a complementary detection technology. To solve this problem, the researchers used an approa...



Globalfoundries, imec partner to research next generation RF technology
17.02.2015 - 22:32

Globalfoundries has announced a partnership with imec under which they will jointly research future radio architectures and designs for highly integrated mobile devices and IoT applications."This collaboration expands our relationship with imec and we're eager to leverage its R&D expertise in RF technology to accelerate time-to-vol...



RFID tag detects chemicals at low concentrations
17.02.2015 - 22:24

GE Global Research has made what it says is a significant technological achievement in the development of a sensor capable of detecting 'chemicals of interest' at low concentrations.Working with the Technical Support Working Group, Quantum Magnetics and KemSENSE, the company has used its RFID technology to develop battery free RFID tags...



Scientists see light interact with sound in silicon photonics chips
17.02.2015 - 22:07

Scientists from Ghent University and imec have seen a peculiar interaction between light and sound in a nanoscale area. The work is said to hold the prospect on enhanced signal processing being integrated on mass producible silicon photonic chips.Silicon photonics builds on structures called silicon photonic wires, which carry optical signals f...



Better performing optoelectronic devices in prospect
16.02.2015 - 22:26

A material that might be used to create efficient plasmonic devices that respond to light in the mid infrared (IR) range has been identified and synthesised by a team led by North Carolina State University. According to the team, it is the first time such a material has been demonstrated.The research focuses on surface plasmon resonance, where...



Samsung puts 14nm into mass production
16.02.2015 - 22:23

Samsung Electronics has begun mass production of the Exynos 7 Octa, said to be the first mobile application processor to incorporate 14nm FinFET process technology."Samsung's advanced 14nm FinFET process technology is undoubtedly the most advanced logic process technology in the industry," claimed Gabsoo Han, executive vice presid...



Half spheres could enable molecular circuits
16.02.2015 - 22:18

A team of scientists from Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA) and the University of Zurich believes a carbon molecule called corannulene could help in the development of molecular circuits.Corannulene is a carbon molecule similar in shape to the C60 fullerene – or buckyball. However, where C60 is football like, coran...



Hybrid versions of germanane being researched as silicon replacements
16.02.2015 - 22:15

Germanium – used to create transistors in the early days of electronics – is being researched by a number of institutions as a potential replacement for silicon.Germanium – used to create transistors in the early days of electronics – is being researched by a number of institutions as a potential replacement for silicon....



Mouser signs deal with technology based education tool developer
13.02.2015 - 22:08

Mouser Electronics has signed a distribution agreement with National Instruments subsidiary Digilent, which offers technology based educational tools to a range of customers.Mouser Electronics has signed a distribution agreement with National Instruments subsidiary Digilent, which offers technology based educational tools to a range of customer...






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