(Princeton University) On a quest to discover new states of matter, a team of Princeton University scientists has found that electrons on the surface of specific materials act like miniature superheroes, relentlessly dodging the cliff-like obstacles of imperfect microsurfaces, sometimes...
In a fundamental shift in the view of how bacteria proliferate and survive, Yale scientists report online June 20 in the journal Nature that most of the genetic action within a cell takes place close to home.
(Binghamton University) Binghamton University physicist Michael Lawler and his colleagues have made a breakthrough that could lead to advances in superconductors. Their findings will be published this week in the prestigious British journal Nature.
(Rice University) Rice University scientists have unveiled a new method for dissolving half-millimeter-long carbon nanotubes in solution, a critical step toward the spinning of fibers from ultralong nanotubes. The breakthrough, which was reported this month in the online journal ACS Nano,...
Cornell computer scientists are developing technology to synthesize the sounds that go with computer-animated images of glass and crockery being smashed.
California Eastern Laboratories (CEL) is now shipping its new NE3517S03 GaAs Field Effect Transistor (FET). The new FET has been redesigned with an ultra low cost plastic package, driving down costs to enable even the lowest cost product designs.
Skyworks Solutions announced that Samsung Electronics is leveraging one of its power amplifier (PA) modules for the GT-B3710 – a high speed fourth generation (4G) USB modem that is the world’s first long-term evolution (LTE)-commercialized device.
Wolfson Microelectronics has today announced the introduction of its latest analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), the WM8788 and WM8789, both of which deliver world-class audio to leading home entertainment applications.
The MDX is a high reliability D-Subminiature connector with size 20 fixed contacts and is available with 9, 15, 25, 37, and 50 contacts. The MDX series utilizes the unique new PosiBand contact system.
UltraTek, a technology research company, is pleased to announce their new Flipper USB products which are available to computer users. Flipper USB has many advantages over the traditional non-flip-able USB devices. Flipper USB is user-friendly and safe. With Flipper USB, it fits into the computer port either way.
Scientists have discovered a "broken symmetry" in copper-oxide superconductors, which may lead to new approaches to overcoming a key hurdle to room-temperature superconductivity.
With Gov. Joe Manchin labeling their stance as misinformed, a group representing West Virginia state workers alleged Wednesday that his administration is poised to privatize some computer-related government services.The state Public Workers Union Local 170 contends that administration officials...
A Russian man taken into custody in the recent spy ring investigation and deported from the United States once worked at Microsoft Corp.A spokesman for the technology company in Redmond, Wash., confirmed Wednesday that Alexey Karetnikov worked for the company for nine months.The spokesman, Lou...
The DC1503A evaluation kit from Newark supports Linear Technology's LTM2881 and the DC1554A supports the LTM2882. Both boards are available in either 3.3V or 5V.
This is a video of a product presentation at their exhibit booth at the 2009 Embedded Systems Conference in Boston, MA.