NIMS has developed low-temperature-catalyzed, solution-processed SiO2 (LCSS), which subsequently enabled printing of high-performance thin-film transistors (TFTs) and three-dimensional circuits connecting various elements.
Integrated Biometrics (IB), a developer of mobile FBI-certified biometric fingerprint scanners, today announced industry veteran Shawn O’Rourke has been named chief executive officer following the retirement of former CEO Steve Thies.
STMicroelectronics and Unilumin, a developer of LED displays based in China, today announced that they have worked together to develop a new Unilumin display using the ST60A2, ST’s 60GHz RF transceiver for advanced high-data-rate contactless-transfer solutions.
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Imagine sitting out in the sun, reading a digital screen as thin as paper, but seeing the same image quality as if you were indoors. Thanks to research from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, it could soon be a reality. A new type of reflective screen — sometimes described as ‘electronic paper’ — offers optimal color display, while using ambient light to keep energy consumption to a minimum.
Researchers from the University of Tsukuba use time-resolved photoemission electron microscopy to probe the electron dynamics of solid-state film OLEDs.
Synopsys, Inc. today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the semiconductor and flat panel display solutions from BISTel, a developer of engineering equipment systems and AI applications for semiconductor smart manufacturing, headquartered in South Korea.
Researchers at Stanford University have invented a manufacturing technique that yields flexible, atomically thin transistors less than 100 nanometers in length – several times smaller than previously possible.
How to construct the dual emission nitrogen-doped carbon dots (CDs) by a simple method? Professor Lili Ren with her collaborators proposed a new strategy to prepare such materials which were used to the detection of dopamine.
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