Researchers from Nagoya University in central Japan have published a study in the Journal of Materials Chemistry on a pressure-sensitive material, known as fluorenylidene-acridane (FA). Their research has potential applications for technologies related to pressure sensing, recording, and display devices.
Strategy includes key initiatives, timelines for funding notices, recommendations for successful applications.
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QustomDot today announced a joint development program to demonstrate a full-color microLED integration in polychromatic pixel arrays.
Newsight Imaging Ltd., an innovative semiconductor company that develops 3D machine vision sensors and spectral vision chips, today announced it has joined NVIDIA Inception, a program designed to nurture startups revolutionizing industries with technology advancements.
But overall demand remains strong and global supply chain issues will persist into H1 2023.
Yesterday, President Biden signed the long-awaited CHIPs Act into law. So, “what’s next” for the US semiconductor industry? The electronic materials advisory firm TECHCET offers insight.
The legislation provides a 25% tax credit for U.S. facilities that produce semiconductors or chipmaking equipment and $52 billion in funding for new semiconductor programs.
Following the news of raising tension between the US and China as a result of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recent visit to Taiwan; Josep Bori, Research Director in the Thematic team at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offers his view.
Semiconductor companies around the globe issued statements on Thursday following the passage of legislation of the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 in the U.S. House of Representatives aimed at increasing American semiconductor manufacturing.