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University Professor Hao Yan has led a research team to produce a wide variety of ..... horizontally," [which many research teams have utilized since the development ..... applications. "Most of our research team is now devoted toward finding
December 1, 2008: Two research teams from National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) , led by Professor ..... ceremony in Taipei around middle December. Professor Lee's research team presents a new magnetic-bead-based microfluidic platform
companies and the SRC staff, the award-winning faculty and research teams are honored for their exemplary impact on semiconductor ..... Aristotle Award for outstanding teaching in leading his research team to pioneer the development of a suite of technology computer
students. With SRC support, Neureuther’s UC Berkeley research team has pioneered modeling and simulation of integrated circuit ..... companies and the SRC staff, the award-winning faculty and research teams are honored for their exemplary impact on semiconductor productivity
to sense biological and chemical agents. Together, the research teams have developed a method to functionalize SWNTs with peptides ..... C. - Clemson University chemist Ya-Ping Sun and his research team have developed a countermeasure strategy to weaponized anthrax
development through close collaboration between our companies' research teams ." Before now, the manufacture of single-sheet graphene ..... founder and president, Dr. John Lettow. "Vorbeck's research team combines diverse industry experience with small company
research and medicine. Multidisciplinary research teams face problems such as misalignment ..... assembling Monolayers and Modified FETs Our research team is currently developing a generic technology ..... contacts) at a transducer level. Our research team is convinced that the use of surface
Photo by: Dvortygirl (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (httpcreativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0) or GFDL (httpwww.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html via Wikimedia Commons It sounds futuristic, but today Carnegie Mellon University researchers are developing edible electronic devices that can be implanted in the
It sounds futuristic, but today Carnegie Mellon University researchers are developing edible electronic devices that can be implanted in the body to improve patient care.
STMicroelectronics has begun working with research partners to develop a pilot line for next-generation MEMS devices augmented with advanced technologies such as piezoelectric or magnetic materials and 3D packaging. The project was launched by the European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory ...