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Virus Battery

Those portable electronic gadgets that many of us cant do without are getting more and more high tech. But they still run on old-fashioned batteries. Scientists at the MIT are hoping to change that. Duration : 0:1:40

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Light-emitting nanotube efficiency boosted

Researchers gained a 40-fold boost in efficiency for light-emitting nanotubes (LENs) making them commercially viable–check out the full story at NextGenLog Duration : 0:1:25

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Introduction to MEMS “Micro-Electro-Mechanical System”

What’s a MEMS ? Duration : 0:8:59

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CPU Technology Company Introduction

This video introduces you to CPU Technology, a leader in System-on-Chip technology and real-time simulation. Duration : 0:7:55

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NEC Electronics USB2.0 Compatible All-Flash Micro Computers

DigInfo – http://movie.diginfo.tv NEC Electronics has commercialized a micro computer that comes with a built-in 32 bit flash memory and features a USB 2.0 communication function loaded on a single chip with a maximum data transfer rate of 12 mega bits per second. The new product is a micro computer with a USB 2.0 communication […]

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Applied Materials Introduces Unique Environmental Card Game

Applied Materials’ Bright Future Card Game is a unique educational tool designed to engage students, ages nine and up, in becoming good stewards of the Earth’s resources. Duration : 0:2:7

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SEMI High Tech U

The SEMI Foundation was formed in 2003 to support education and awareness of the field of high technology. The Foundation’s “High Tech U” program encourages high school students to stay in school; take math, science and technology courses; and see that they can have a bright future in the microelectronics industry. Duration : 0:7:9

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Fujitsu Laboratories New Carbon Nanotube Composite

DigInfo – (http://movie.diginfo.tv) Fujitsu Laboratories has made a breakthrough in carbon nanotube research. The company has combined carbon nanotubes and graphene, both of which are nano-scale carbon structures, to self-form a new nano-scale carbon composite, at the relatively low temperature of 510 degrees Celsius. Graphene is a honeycomb crystal lattice of carbon atoms. In experiments […]

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Toward the World’s Smallest Radio

Toward the World’s Smallest Radio A graduate student of the University of California-Irvine demonstrates world’s first working version of a carbon nanotube radio system. A report on this amazing device appeared in Nano Letters, one of the American Chemical Society’s 36 peer-revewed scientific journals. This video was among supporting materials for the research paper. Peter […]

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Nanotube Radio Device Plays Tunes

Researchers are closer to a true nano-sized mp3 player with their construction of a carbon nanotube radio wave detector. Jorge Ribas listens in. Duration : 0:2:27