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Friday 7th March 2014
A new class of magnetic materials called 'multiferroics.' could make future devices far more energy-efficient than current technologies
Thursday 6th March 2014
Fairchild Semiconductor found to willfully infringe two of Power Integrations’ patents, implicating more than 140 Fairchild products; jury awards damages of $105 million
Thursday 6th March 2014
Recent research has shown that it is possible to accelerate the development of advanced high-performance electronics and small sensors with roughening the silicon surface with zinc oxide
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Thursday 6th March 2014
He was chosen for the award for his semiconductor research. This related mainly to developing computer-aided techniques for the analysis and optimisation of integrated circuits, with his most recent work covering CMOS technologies as well as spintronics
Wednesday 5th March 2014
The firm's first AEC-Q101-qualified 100 V n-channel power devices are designed to reduce switching losses and improve system efficiency. They are suited to automotive engine control units and flyback converters
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Tuesday 4th March 2014
The conference will focus on new developments in EUV, 450mm transition, and 3D-TSV
Tuesday 4th March 2014
A material based on strontium titanate could change the face of electronics
Tuesday 4th March 2014
Researchers have demonstrated a new principle for magnetic recording for memory applications
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Tuesday 4th March 2014
Revenues for digital power supplies and digital power integrated circuits (ICs) are each projected to jump almost 65 percent in 2014
Monday 3rd March 2014
The 20W PIN-diode monolithic terminated switch is ideal for high power applications
Monday 3rd March 2014
Due to the increase in development in new semiconductor devices including sensors and MEMS and other electronic products, the Towa corporation of Japan has established a new centre in Europe
Monday 3rd March 2014
The firm's device addresses the demanding markets of machine vision, traffic ITS, microscopy, security and surveillance, and medical applications 
Monday 3rd March 2014
Scientists have created a transformative device which is aimed at delivering treatment or predict an impending heart attack before a patient shows any physical symptoms
Monday 3rd March 2014
The tool, equipped with an in-situ laser ellipsometer, will be used for nano research at the Xi`an Jiatong University in China 

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