2020-05-26 - George Leopold

Electronic Product Launches Stalled by Covid-19

A survey finds component prices are surging as supply chain disruptions continue. 53% of electronics industry product launches have been…

2020-05-21 - Umashankar Mishra

IIT Delhi Develops PPE Coverall to Avoid COVID-19 Infection

Researchers at IIT Delhi have developed the technology for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Coverall for protecting of doctors, nurses, paramedical…

2020-04-09 - Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio

GaN-on-Diamond To Play A Role in Future Power Devices

Integrating GaN with other materials is a challenge, but several organizations are exploring ways to bond diamond and GaN to…

2020-03-05 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Next-Gen Space-Borne Systems Call for WBG Semiconductors

WBG semiconductors are critical to the development of next-generation space-borne systems thanks to advantages like insensitivity to radiation and high-temperature…

2019-10-17 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Hall effect secret discovered After 140yrs

The new property allows extracting semiconductor characteristics in greater detail, which will give a considerable boost to the development and…

2019-10-04 - Lefeng Shao

Silicon Carbide: A Tug-Of-War

A shortage of silicon carbide wafers is frustrating the growing demand for SiC power devices, but capacity is being added.

2019-07-24 - Takashi Yunogami

Blog: How the Japan-Korea Trade War Impacts the World

By restricting exports of key chemical materials to South Korea, Japan has already done irreparable harm to the global electronics…

2019-01-22 - Nitin Dahad

Excitons Show Promise for Efficient Quantum Computing

After developing a method to control exciton flows at room temperature, EPFL scientists have discovered new properties of these quasiparticles…

2017-08-15 - Purdue University

Featherweight material combines strength, conductivity

Graphene would ordinarily degrade when exposed to high temperature, but a featherweight metamaterial combines high strength with electrical conductivity and…

2017-06-27 - Michigan State University

Nanotech turns fabric into loudspeaker

Like a traditional loudspeaker, the sheet-like, flexible device can transmit sound, according to researchers.