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  • Graphene rubber bands set to revolutionise healthcare?

    Researchers in the UK have been able to turn normal rubber bands into body motion sensors by infusing them with graphene flakes.

    Although body motion sensors already exist in different forms, they have not been widely used due to their complexity ...
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  • Artificial retinas could restore sight to the blind

    Researchers are using graphene to develop artificial retinas for the blind.The retina implants, created by a team from the Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM) in Germany, work by converting incident light into electrical impulses that can be sent to the ... Read More
  • MCU market rebounds after 2013 slump

    After a flat 2013, MCU sales are expected to jump by 6% this year to reach a record high of $16.1billion.

    The rise is attributed to the growing popularity of Internet of Things applications and wearable technologies, as well as the strong recovery ...
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  • Germany leads demand as sales of semiconductors grow by 5.3%

    The latest figures from DMASS, the Distributors' and Manufacturers' Association of Semiconductor Specialists, show sales of semiconductors through distribution channels grew by 5.3% in Q2 2014 to €1.6billion, with growth in most major regions.

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