Article - 11 Jan 2018
Increasing emphasis on fuel economy needs electrification of the vehicle powertrain, supported by the use of new power semiconductor devices devoted to automotive applications.
News - 28 May 2007
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), in collaboration with scientists from the University of Maryland and Howard University, have developed a technique to create...
News - 6 Mar 2007
Applied Materials has announced that it has been selected by Moser Baer India Limited to develop and install in New Delhi, India, the world’s first Generation (Gen) 8.5 Thin Film Solar Module...
News - 27 Feb 2007
Bosch has started manufacture of the Electronic Battery Sensor (EBS). It can go a long way towards avoiding the most common cause of breakdowns: a flat battery. With its integrated evaluation...
Article - 13 Dec 2013
A material made up of tin atoms arranged in a single layer could be the world’s first electrical conductor with 100% efficiency, which would make it more conductive than graphene.
Article - 21 Aug 2007
This article looks at fundamental and applied research on fuel cells and advanced batteries for electric propulsion, stationary power generation, and portable electronics. Because of their advanced...
Article - 13 Jul 2004
GE Global Research announced the development of the world’s best performing diode built from a carbon nanotube, which will enable smaller and faster electronic devices with increased functionality....
Article - 19 Mar 2004
NEC Corporation, the Japan Science and Technology Corporation and the Institute of Research and Innovation announced they have developed a tiny fuel cell for mobile terminals using the much...
News - 12 Jun 2020
NUS Chemists have developed a new type of molecular computing device that acts both as a switch and storage element for nanoelectronic applications.
The figure shows the molecular junction with...
News - 20 May 2020
Testing of blood, saliva, urine or tissue samples from humans or animals to diagnose and detect diseases, like COVID-19, at an early stage, requires systems that are fast, easy to use, and widely...