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VOLUME -24 NUMBER 7
Publication Date: 07/1/2009
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Graphene Nano Wires May Help IC Performance


Atlanta, GA — The unique properties of thin layers of graphite — known as graphene — make the material attractive for a wide range of potential electronic devices. Researchers have now experimentally demonstrated the potential for another graphene application: replacing copper ...

Semicons Driving Force for Energy Efficiency

Washington, DC — Semiconductor technologies are so essential to advances in energy efficiency gains that the U.S. economy could expand by more than 70 percent through 2030 and still use 11 percent less electricity than it did in 2008. This is part of the findings of a major news study by the nonprofit and independent ...
Shape Matters for Cobalt Nanoparticles

Gaithersburg, MD — Shape is turning out to be a particularly important feature of some commercially important nanoparticles — but in subtle ways. New studies by scientists at the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) show that changing the shape of cobalt nanoparticles from spherical to ...


 
 
Marco Reyes Joins Dymax as Senior Regional Sales Manager- West
TORRINGTON, CT - Dymax Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Marco Reyes as the Senior Regional Sales Manager- West. While reporting to Mike Acker, Americas Sales Director, Marco will have the responsibility of providing key service in helping manufacturers in the western region solve their most complex application problems and reduce manufacturing costs.
 

Mycronic AB wins European Business Award s 2015/16 in the category Import/Export
TABY, SWEDEN - After a 15-month long competition period, Mycronic AB (publ) has taken first place in the Import/Export category in this year’s European Business Awards (EBA), one of Europe’s largest business competitions.

This year’s competition involved more than 32,000 companies from 33 countries. Mycronic participated in an exclusive prize ceremony on Friday, 17 June in Milano.
 

Signals Research Group Partners with Rohde & Schwarz to Conduct Performance Study on 5G Power Amplifiers
COLUMBIA, MD - 5G mobile phone systems will be pushing the boundaries of modern communication systems. Power amplifiers, which are a key building block of transmitter design, will be required to do more in 5G applications. This includes better performance, cleaner signals and operating at higher frequencies in order to deliver the proposed data rates and throughputs of 5G.

 
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