Compostable electronics

Researchers at Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) have received €1.7million funding from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research to develop printed electronics made of compostable natural materials and processes for industrial production.

  • Developing compostable printed electronics

    Researchers at Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) have received €1.7million funding from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research to develop printed electronics made of compostable natural materials and processes for industrial production.
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  • Loongson processors run both ARM and x86 instructions

    China’s Loongson Technology has launched two quad-core processors based on the company’s GS464E 64-bit processor architecture, the Loogson-3A2000 and -3B2000. The two MIPS64 devices are said to execute both ARM and x86 instructions using LoongBT, a binary ... Read More
  • Diodes buys Pericom for $400m, strengthens analogue offering

    Diodes is buying Milpitas based analogue semiconductor company Pericom for $400million in a move which strengthens the former’s analogue and mixed signal connectivity portfolio.

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  • Semi sales in Europe being driven by microprocessors

    Semiconductor shipments in Europe in July reached $2.837bn, an increase of 0.4% from sales in June, according to the European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA). However, when stated in Euros, sales were €2.55bn, down 0.3% compared to June, but 7.1% ... Read More





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