In order to remain profitable, companies must reduce their development times, recoup their initial investment costs sooner and bring products into markets more rapidly.
Australian researchers have used liquid metal to create two-dimensional materials no thicker than a few atoms that have never before been seen in nature.
A combination of two technologies — one to create a thin film and the second to 'cut' designs out of the film — could be a potentially powerful tool to create custom electronic components.
Keysight Technologies has introduced the 5G Channel Sounding Reference Solution. The reference solution is designed for accelerating research of millimetre-wave 5G channel models and includes ultrabroadband and MIMO.
Mentor Graphics has released its product data manufacturing process tool, Valor MSS Process Preparation.
Rainbow Technology Systems has introduced a version of its desktop coating system said to offer even greater functionality and ease of use. The product features an alignment system, which means the copper panel and phototool can be lined up with accuracy.
University of Canterbury scientists have discovered a new way of assembling atoms that could lead to increases in the power of mobile phones, computer tablets and memory sticks.
Stretching out the atomic structure of the silicon in the critical components of a device can be a good way to increase a processor’s performance.
The world’s fastest 3D printer of micro- and nanostructures has been developed. With this printer, smallest three-dimensional objects, often smaller than the diameter of a human hair, can be manufactured with minimum time consumption and maximum resolution. The printer is based on a novel laser lithography method.
How can two materials which do not conduct electricity create an electrically conducting layer when they are joined together? This article explores the various hypotheses to answer this question.
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation IFF have come up with a testing technology to help reduce assembly errors.
Barix has released its IP audio modules for audio streaming applications from real-time audio transmission, audio monitoring and distribution, audio recording, paging, to intercom and warning tone generation systems.
The European Commission has put forward a proposal to prohibit cadmium batteries in electrical vehicles during 2005.