Mechanical engineers at MIT created a new material made from polyurethane foam and wax, which may find application for "soft" robots.
Standford School of Engineering researchers are studying ways to make more efficient fuel cells.
Thin-film transistors and field emission transistors made from 2-D materials could lead to a new class of electronic devices.
UC Riverside engineering team uses silicon dioxide found in Silly Putty to improve lithium-ion batteries.
Semiconductor Industry Uses Colorful Diamonds to Measure Magnetic Fields in Semiconductors
A basic review of chemical vapor deposition and how it is used in semiconductor processing.
A brief review of ion implantation in the semiconductor processing industry.
Series on Semiconductor Processing and Integrated Circuits, Part 6: Multilayer Photoresist Processing
A look at multilayer photoresist processing.
An article on contact hole pattering, jointly written with one of our experts, Dr. Micheal Watts.
A review of semiconductor processing, specifically various development processes.