Implantable Piezoelectric Polymer Improves Controlled Release of Drugs

Repeated tests showed a similar amount of drug release per activation, confirming robust control of release rate.

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Robust Federal Incentives for Domestic Chip Manufacturing Would Create an Average of Nearly 200,000 American Jobs Annually as Fabs are Built

Semiconductor industry currently employs 277,000 people in the U.S. across 49 states, supports 1.6 million additional U.S. jobs, according to Oxford Economics/SIA study.

New Method of Seeing Graphene Growing Using a Standard Electron Microscope

Researchers from the University of Surrey have revealed a new method that enables common laboratory scanning electron microscopes to see graphene growing over a microchip surface in real time.

Think Silicon and Ambiq Enable Ultra-Low Power IoT Devices with Smartphone-Class, 3D-Like Graphics

Think Silicon S.A. and Ambiq today announced the companies are working together to bring high-end graphics capabilities to designers of everyday wearable devices.

STMicroelectronics Acquires Edge AI Software Specialist Cartesiam

STMicroelectronics today announced a transaction with Cartesiam to acquire its assets (including its IP portfolio)…

STMicroelectronics Honored with Prestigious IEEE Milestone for Historical “Multiple Silicon Technologies on a Chip” Achievement

STMicroelectronics today announced that the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE) presented the Company with an IEEE Milestone for its groundbreaking work in the super-integrated silicon-gate semiconductor process technology.

Allegro’s New 3DMAG Magnetic Position Sensor Enables Next-Generation ADAS Applications

Allegro MicroSystems, Inc. today announced the release of the A31315 sensor, the newest member of the 3DMAG family of rotary and linear magnetic position sensor ICs for automotive and industrial applications.

Ignion Rebrand Marks New Era for IoT Technology With its Virtual Antenna

Inspired by wide adoption of its Virtual Antenna for IoT devices, Fractus Antennas has rebranded as Ignion, a change that marks a new era of expansion and growth.

Kioxia Announces Expansion of Yokohama Technology Campus and New Research Center

Kioxia Corporation today announced a 20 billion yen investment to expand its Technology Development Building at its Yokohama Technology Campus and to establish its new Shin-Koyasu Advanced Research Center.

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