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Intel's rectangular fin is "almost a miracle", says Asenov

Intel’s 14nm process has done something which is “almost a miracle – extremely impressive,” says Professor Asen Asenov, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Glasgow University  and CEO of  statistical analysis specialist Gold Standard Simulations (GSS…

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Chip technology behind the Bitcoin phenomenon

Ever wondered what the Bitcoin currency means to the electronics industry? Well, there is a Bitcoin electronics ecosystem, and it seems to be growing. An early developer of hardware systems for Bitcoin mining is US-based CoinTerra and it has recently expanded its business by acquiring Europe-based Bitcoin related…

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UAVs collaborate autonomously

Georgia Tech has demonstrated autonomous collaboration between three robot aeroplanes. The research is part of the Tech’s research institute’s (GTRI’s) efforts to reducing the load on human remote operators by improving getting autonomous systems to work in teams. “For autonomous systems to scale effectively, future systems will…

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BASF invests in Welsh flexible display materials firm

BASF Venture Capital has invested €1m in SmartKem, the Wales-based developer of organic semiconductor inks. SmartKem’s inks are used in printed thin film transistors (TFTs), which are used as the driver transistors in flexible OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) displays. The two companies will work together in the…

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