Intel researchers have made the next advance in the field of Silicon Photonics by achieving world-record performance using a silicon-based Avalanche Photodetector (APD) that could lower costs and improve performance as compared to commercially available optical devices.
In the Aizenberg Biomineralization and Biomimetics Lab at SEAS, researchers are looking into the self-assembly of inorganic materials the way nature might do it: efficiently and in ambient temperatures.
A ceremony of awarding the winners of high-performance computing project contest held by the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies (RUSNANO) and Intel took place today. The contest was aimed at fostering the teams of scientists using the supercomputing power in their work.
Nagoya University and Japan Science and Technology Agency, will present an innovations event entitled 'Next Generation Japanese Technology Showcase' to be held on January 14th, 2009 at the Cornell Club New York in Mid-town Manhattan.
The World Economic Forum announced 34 visionary companies selected as Technology Pioneers 2009 for their accomplishments as innovators of the highest calibre, and whose technologies will have a deep impact on business and society.
Materials known as 'multiferroics' hold great promise as memory storage devices owing to coupling between their magnetic and electric properties. Alas, in the multiferroic materials known to date, this coupling typically is very weak and limited to low temperatures, hampering their uptake in commercial applications.
Bristol University has won funding for four new centres that will generate the scientists and engineers needed for Britain's future, it was announced today by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) - the UK funding body for science and engineering.
Researchers succeeded in demonstrating one of the most dramatic effects of the electron-electron repulsion: When the interactions between the electrons get too strong, a metal can suddenly become insulating.
The International Society for Quality Electronic Design announced today that it is accepting nominations for the 3rd annual ISQED Quality Award, dubbed as IQ-Award. The IQ-Award was established in 2007 to recognize individuals who have made significant and often lasting contributions to the field of quality in electronic design.
The book is designed to appeal to advanced undergraduates and graduate students in chemistry, materials science,and chemical engineering departments, by leading them stepwise from the elementary chemistry on which materials science depends, through a discussion of the different classes of materials, and ending with a description of how materials are used in devices and general technology.
The New York NanoBusiness Alliance today announced that President Vincent Caprio will address a group of top executives, active investors and government leaders at the fourth annual Axiom Capital Management 'Livingston Nanotechnology Conference,' being held on December 8 and 9 New York City.