Georgia Tech researchers have developed a nanoelectronics platform based on graphene - a single sheet of carbon atoms.
Rice University scientists are working on converting asphaltene, a carbon-rich resource, into useful graphene.
AMT and Gojo Industries, Inc. worked together to create two robotic cells to function in part with their conveyor system, a de-tray operation and a layer forming system.
The semiconductors being developed to address future demand will be more powerful and integrate more functionality than ever before. High-voltage power technologies will play a key role.
Studies from Caltech demonstrate that graphene can greatly improve electrical circuits required for wearable and flexible electronics.
Organizations must be constantly vigilant with not only their own cybersecurity practices, but also with those of their suppliers.
Festo marks its 50th anniversary with expansions to its Mason, Ohio, campus, which will be the site of a global production center and expanded technology engineering center.
Rice University researchers have found 2D superlattices the tetrahedra create could lead to advances in metamaterials that manipular light and sound.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have used epitaxy, an emerging method for synthesizing a thin film and membrane.
Materials engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed a new method for making graphene nanoribbons.