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Researchers Measure Electron Orbitals of Molecules in 3D
10/19/2015 | Physikalisch-technische Bundesanstalt
Is Black Phosphorous the Next Big Thing in Materials?
10/19/2015 | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Hot Stuff: Magnetic Domain Walls
10/19/2015 | Physikalisch-technische Bundesanstalt
New Trade Data Shows Soaring August Deficit in Wake of China’s Devaluation
10/16/2015 | AAM
LTE will Become the Leading Technology for Cellular IoT Devices in 2019
10/16/2015 | Berg Insight
Berg Insight: Connected LEDs will Shape the Consumer IOT Market
10/16/2015 | Berg Insight
Silver: The Promising Electrode Winner for Low-Cost Perovskite Solar Cells
10/16/2015 | OIST
New Way to Capture Energy from Sunlight
10/16/2015 | Lund University
Researchers Take First Steps to Create Biodegradable Displays for Electronics
10/16/2015 | University of Missouri
A Resonator for Electrons
10/16/2015 | ETH Zurich
New Flexible Robots Could Assist with Surgeries
10/16/2015 | UC San Diego
Telematics to Power Over 73 Million Commercial Vehicles by 2020
10/16/2015 | ABI Research
2016 a Breakout Year for 100G Technologies in Network Equipment Markets
10/16/2015 | IHS
New Universal Wireless Charger Eliminates Compatibility Issue
10/16/2015 | UC San Diego
DRAM and NAND Flash Consumption in China to Soar in 2015
10/15/2015 | TrendForce
Optoelectronics and Semiconductor Sectors Braces for a Challenging 2016
10/15/2015 | TrendForce
New Deposition Technique Enhances Optoelectronic Properties of Lasers
10/15/2015 | University of California, Santa Barbara
Cheaper LED Pulser Delivers Laser-like Performance
10/15/2015 | Sandia National Laboratories
Light Emitting Diodes from Food and Beverage Waste
10/15/2015 | University of Utah
Innovation Key Driver in the Future of Manufacturing in Asia/Pacific
10/15/2015 | IDC
India External Storage Market Witnessed Significant Q2
10/15/2015 | IDC

The Real Martian Spinoffs Part 3: Harnessing the Power

It will be the most powerful rocket ever built. More powerful than the mighty Saturn V that took humans to the moon, the Space Launch System (SLS), NASA’s newest rocket currently under development, will have the capability to send astronauts deeper into space than ever before. With SLS and the Orion capsule, humans will no longer have to dream of walking on Mars: They finally will do it.

Enthone Publishes Semiconductor Wafer Level Packaging Guide
10/15/2015 | Enthone
To Save on Weight, a Detour to the Moon is the Best Route to Mars
10/15/2015 | MIT
CubeSat Launchers Expected to Open Research Opportunities for All
10/15/2015 | NASA
India Chipset Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2020
10/15/2015 | PRNewswire
Intel Reports Q3 Revenue of $14.5B, Consistent with Outlook
10/14/2015 | Intel
Measuring the Behavior of Specific Atoms in Dielectric Materials
10/14/2015 | NC State University
Researchers Use 'Avatar' Experiments to Get Leg Up on Locomotion
10/14/2015 | NC State University
Q3 Global Smartphone Shipments Grew 9.1% to 332 Million
10/14/2015 | TrendForce
A Light Touch May Help Animals and Robots Move on Sand and Snow
10/14/2015 | Georgia Institute of Technology
Robots and Us
10/14/2015 | MIT
Conference Board LEI for Korea Declined
10/14/2015 | PRNewswire
Global Internet Experts Reveal Plan for More Secure, Reliable Wi-Fi Routers - and Internet
10/14/2015 | Business Wire
Conference Board LEI for Japan Increased
10/14/2015 | PRNewswire
Why Mexico is the Next Big Investing Thing
10/14/2015 | PRNewswire
Semiconductor Capital Spending to Drop 1% to $63.9B in 2015
10/14/2015 | Gartner, Inc.
2015-2020 Professional 3D Camera Market to See CAGR of 34.6%
10/13/2015 | PRNewswire
International Collaboration to Help Achieve Real Energy Efficiency, Enable Global Trade
10/13/2015 | International Electrotechnical Commission
Study Says Innovation Practices Key to Growth in the Middle Market
10/13/2015 | Business Wire
Government Initiatives Driving PV Demand in China
10/13/2015 | TrendForce

Movies, Mars Missions and Why Murphy Was An Optimist

The old adage that “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong” has a reputation of being the apogee of pessimism, but think about how much simpler it would make things if it were true. Spaceflight is full of unknown possibilities, and if Murphy’s Law were really true, you’d only have to prepare for the worst of them.

Orders Flow into PV Sector as Government Initiatives Generate Strong Demand in China
10/13/2015 | TrendForce
Inotera Memories Chair Could Boost China IC Industry by Joining Tsinghua Unigroup
10/13/2015 | TrendForce
IHS Raises Global 2015 Solar PV Forecast to 59 GW
10/13/2015 | IHS
LCD TV Panel Suppliers Hurt by Weak Demand from Chinese TV Makers
10/13/2015 | IHS
EMEA Security Appliance Market Reached $837.65M in Q2
10/13/2015 | IDC
Rise of Trion Quasiparticles Revealed
10/13/2015 | ORNL
ORNL, Strangpresse Sign Additive Mfg Patent License Agreement
10/13/2015 | ORNL
U-M to Lead National Manufacturing 'Think-and-Do' Tank
10/13/2015 | University of Michigan
Early Concept Projects Explore Internet-enabled Manufacturing
10/13/2015 | NSF
UT Introduces MOOC in Supply Chain Innovation
10/12/2015 | University of Twente
National Labs Team to Develop Better, Cheaper Fuel Cells
10/12/2015 | Argonne National Laboratory
Single Atom Alloy Platinum-Copper Catalysts Cut Costs, Boost Green Technology
10/12/2015 | Tufts University
The Conference Board LEI for the U.K. Increased
10/12/2015 | The Conference Board
Electronics that Better Mimic Natural Light Promise More Vivid, Healthy Illumination
10/12/2015 | Arizona State University
Scientists Paint Quantum Electronics with Beams of Light
10/12/2015 | University of Chicago
Dielectric Film has Refractive Index Close to Air
10/12/2015 | North Carolina State University
Gartner: Customer Data Has Monetary Value but Many Ignore It
10/12/2015 | Gartner, Inc.

Vanishing Acts: A Call for Disappearing Delivery Vehicles

It sounds like an engineering fantasy: A flock of small, single-use, unpowered delivery vehicles dropped from an aircraft, each of which literally vanishes after landing and delivering food or medical supplies to an isolated village during an epidemic or disaster. It would be nothing more than a fantasy, were it not that the principle behind disappearing materials has already been proven.

New Oregon Approach for 'Nanohoops' Could Energize Future Devices
10/12/2015 | University of Oregon
Semiconductor Sales Expected to Decline 0.8% in 2015
10/12/2015 | Gartner, Inc.
Enhancing Movement with Computational Models
10/09/2015 | MIT
Leading Edge Leads the Way in Pure-Play Foundry Growth
10/09/2015 | IC Insights
U.S. Job Growth Losing Momentum
10/09/2015 | The Conference Board
Employment Trends Index Ticks Up Slightly
10/09/2015 | The Conference Board
CEO Confidence Declined in Q3
10/09/2015 | The Conference Board
Shipments of Large-Size Monitors Expands Due to Rising Demand
10/09/2015 | TrendForce
4G Smartphone Market to Reach 450 Million Units in 2015
10/09/2015 | TrendForce
PC Shipments Remain Depressed in Q3
10/09/2015 | IDC
U.S. Opportunity Drives 3D Printer Market Growth
10/09/2015 | IDC
New Programming Approach Seeks for More Reliable Large-scale Computation
10/09/2015 | Research Computing Center
Scientist Develops Almost-Real Robotic Finger
10/09/2015 | Florida Atlantic University
Room Temperature Magnetic Skyrmions, A New Type of Digital Memory?
10/09/2015 | NIST
Using Optical Fiber to Generate a Two-micron Laser
10/09/2015 | Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Dirt-cheap Catalyst May Lower Fuel Costs for Hydrogen-powered Cars
10/09/2015 | DOE/Sandia National Laboratories
New Argonne Centers Connect Business with Energy Storage, Nanotechnology Research
10/08/2015 | Argonne National Laboratory
AAM: Manufacturing Sheds 9,000 Jobs in September
10/08/2015 | AAM
European Semiconductor Sales Flat in August
10/08/2015 | ESIA
Imec and Cadence Complete Tapeout of First 5nm Test Chip
10/08/2015 | Imec
Physicists Turn toward Heat to Study Electron Spin
10/08/2015 | Cornell University
Laser-wielding Physicists Seize Control of Atoms' Behavior
10/08/2015 | University of Chicago
'Psychic Robot' Will Know What You Really Meant to Do
10/08/2015 | University of Illinois at Chicago
Scientists Float New Approach to Creating Computer Memory
10/08/2015 | NIST
The Ultimate 2D Superconductor
10/08/2015 | University of Tokyo
Government and SMBs Hold Promise for Networking Market
10/08/2015 | IDC
Back to the Future: Science Fiction turns Science Fact
10/07/2015 | Technische Universität Wien
67% of Consumers Dumbfounded by Common 'Smart' Devices
10/07/2015 | Business Wire
How Leaky is Your Device?
10/07/2015 | University of Bristol
Qi Standard to Maintain Its Lead in the Wireless Charging Space
10/07/2015 | ABI Research

Internet of Things Essential to UAE's 2021 Healthcare Vision
10/07/2015 | IDC
Healthcare Providers in MENA to Spend $2.73B on IT in 2015
10/07/2015 | Gartner, Inc.
Gartner: Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2016
10/07/2015 | Gartner, Inc.
Discovery about New Battery Overturns Decades of False Assumptions
10/07/2015 | Oregon State University
Superconductivity Trained to Promote Magnetization
10/07/2015 | Lomonosov Moscow State University
Advanced and Post Lithium-Ion Batteries will Reach $14B by 2026
10/06/2015 | Business Wire
Big Range of Behaviors for Tiny Graphene Pores
10/06/2015 | MIT
Graphene as Front Contact for Silicon-perovskite Tandem Solar Cells
10/06/2015 | HZB
Energy Dense Lithium Battery Offers New Lease on Life to EV Sector
10/06/2015 | CORDIS
Energy Out of Thin Air
10/06/2015 | CORDIS
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