Imec Engineers Demonstrate 2D Material Potential for Scaling Logic and Memory Transistors
At December’s IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting, imec, a world-leader in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, demonstrated an in-depth study of scaled transistors with MoS2 and best device performance to date.
Support for AI Regulation in Europe and the U.S. Grows
Google’s Sundar Pichai, called for a sensible approach for the regulation of AI, an area that he thinks is too important for governments and regulatory bodies to ignore due to major developments in health tech and self-driving cars, among other things.
Advances in Spin Currents Boost the Development of Compact Electronic Devices
Published in Nature Materials in early January, a recent discovery by Spanish researchers suggests that graphene-based heterostructures of the van der Waals class could be used to design ultra-compact and low-energy electronic devices.
The National University of Singapore Demonstrates the Benefit of Oximeters For Medical Applications and Wearables
A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore has created a new low-power, responsive, and reusable sweat pH monitor that they have prototyped as a ‘pH Watch’ add-on for wearable health monitors.
ON Semiconductor and Geniatech Partner to Develop Sensor to Monitor Working Environments
American Fortune 500 companies Arrow Electronics and ON Semiconductor have partnered with Chinese tech-giants Geniatech to develop a multi-sensor online wearable device MuSeOn 1.1, that will enable real-time monitoring of employees in their working environment as a new safety measure.