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Pioneering miniaturized e-nose technology

Imec and Holst Centre are working on a number of gas sensing technologies, relentlessly scaling the sensor, readout electronics and power consumption. The result will be sensors-on-a-chip, used as standalone e-nose (electronic nose), or as nodes in low-power, wireless sensor networks.

Jun 16th, 2011

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Coming to TV screens of the future: A sense of smell

Today's television programs are designed to trigger your emotions and your mind through your senses of sound and sight. But what if they could trigger a few more? What if you could smell or taste the cheesy slices of pizza being eaten by your favorite characters on TV? Is it possible? Would audiences enjoy the experience? Would advertisers jump on the opportunity to reach consumers in a new way?

Jun 15th, 2011

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Reinventing rechargeable batteries

University of Leicester researchers are spearheading the development of a novel type of sustainable zinc-based rechargeable battery for electric vehicles (EV) and hybrid EVs.

Jun 15th, 2011

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IME launches 11th Electronic Packaging Research Consortium

The Institute of Microelectronics (IME), a research institute of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) has launched its 11th Electronic Packaging Research Consortium (EPRC11) to address various technology challenges in advanced packaging technology in semiconductor in enabling smaller and smarter devices.

Jun 15th, 2011

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