News - 6 Dec 2010
At the International Electron Devices Meeting in San Francisco imec’s advanced CMOS research program reports promising advances in scaling logic, DRAM and non-volatile memory. A new device based...
News - 3 Dec 2010
University of Massachusetts Amherst microbiologists Derek Lovley, Zarath Summers and colleagues report in the Dec. 2 issue of Science that they have discovered a new cooperative behavior in anaerobic...
News - 30 Nov 2010
sp3 Diamond Technologies, Inc. (sp3), a leading supplier of diamond products, equipment and services, today announced the ability to ship its Model 655 (single-chamber) or Model 665 (dual-chamber) hot...
News - 25 Nov 2010
Scientists have discovered an amazingly simple way that cells stabilize their machinery for forcing apart chromosomes. Their findings are reported Nov. 25 in Nature.
When a cell gets ready to...
News - 25 Nov 2010
Physicists from the University of Bonn have developed a completely new source of light, a so-called Bose-Einstein condensate consisting of photons.
Until recently, expert had thought this...
News - 10 Nov 2010
For the ninth year, JPK Instruments hosted the ninth annual international symposium on the applications of scanning probe microscopy (SPM) and optical tweezers.
Held in the historic Umspannwerk Ost...
News - 9 Nov 2010
Revealing research breakthroughs, engineers from SEMATECH’s Front End Processes (FEP) program will present technical papers at the 56th annual IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) from...
News - 12 Oct 2010
Some bacteria grow electrical hair that lets them link up in big biological circuits, according to a University of Southern California biophysicist and his collaborators.
The finding suggests that...
News - 27 Sep 2010
Geckos are masters at sticking to surfaces of all kinds and easily unsticking themselves, too.
Inspired by these lizards, a team of engineers has developed a reversible adhesion method for printing...
News - 20 Sep 2010
Geckos are masters at sticking to surfaces of all kinds and easily unsticking themselves, too. Inspired by these lizards, a team of engineers has developed a reversible adhesion method for printing...