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Designing for tomorrow: computer chips for electronics are becoming smaller, cheaper, and more flexible. This opens doors for the next generation of electronics.
Date: 02/28/2013
Type: Article
Technologies: Materials, Electronics
Portable renewable energy devices can power electronics and make work possible in remote locations.
Date: 02/08/2010
ACEEE released a report on miscellaneous energy loads in buildings, indicating that these loads consume $70 billion in energy each year. The author suggests that the efficiency of these loads could be increased 40% - 50%.
Date: 08/08/2013
Type: Article
Touching on progress made in recent decades, this article highlights popular papers published in Nanotechnology in 2009.
Date: 10/29/2009
Type: Article
Technologies: Electronics, Photonics
An extremely energy efficiency processor chip for cell phones and mp3 players has been developed by a group at UC Davis.
Date: 04/24/2009
Type: News
Technologies: Electronics
Excitonics could provide us with faster computers and better communication speeds - but at this stage is only possible at very low temperatures. Researchers at UCSD have taken a step toward creating exciton-based devices operational at room temperatures.
Date: 10/01/2009
Type: News
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have invented a new type of electronic switch that performs electronic logic functions within a single molecule. The incorporation of such single-molecule elements could enable smaller, faster, and more energy-efficient electronics.
Date: 12/01/2011
Type: News
Intel is attempting to rise up to the task of always developing more energy efficient processors, announcing today an expansion of its 2010 line up of Core processors for ultra-thin laptops.
Date: 05/24/2010
Type: News
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UC Santa Barbara professor Igor Mezic along with Yoshihiko Susuki from Kyoto University can predict future massive instabilities in the power grid and make power outages a thing of the past.
Date: 12/13/2013
Type: News
Tags: UCSB
A team of Stanford researchers has determined why some transistors made of organic crystals don't perform well, yielding ideas about how to make them work better.
Date: 11/11/2009
Type: News
Technologies: Electronics

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