Turning Emerging Companies Into Big Successes

IPI Innovation Advisor Chok Yean Hung offers sound advice and an understanding of market trends to help semiconductor startups on journeys of growth and innovation.

The Electrifying Effect Of Bending Diamonds

Bending diamond nanoneedles close to their breaking point makes them behave like metals and conduct electricity.

Building The Foundations Of 5G (VIDEO)

CEO of Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Eugene Fitzgerald, is leading a team to develop the next generation of computer chips.

Not Just Industrious, But Intelligent

High-performance computing is transforming the face of manufacturing while augmenting the way factories and facilities operate.

Seeing Thick OLEDs In A New Light

A research group in Japan has found that perovskite can be used in the development of thick organic light-emitting diodes that function on par with their OLED-only counterparts.

Graphene Gives Semiconductors A Boost

Scientists in South Korea have combined graphene with amorphous carbon to increase its signal transmission efficiency and stability for use in semiconductor devices.

AI Predicts Effect Of Strain On Semiconductors

An international team of scientists has developed AI for predicting how the properties of semiconducting materials change under strain.

When Two Semiconductors Are Better Than One

By combining two different semiconducting compounds, researchers have developed a catalyst that generates hydrogen fuel from nitrogen monoxide.

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Eugene Fitzgerald

Newly-appointed CEO of the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology Professor Eugene Fitzgerald lists his priorities for the R&D center.

Building Transition Metal Quantum Dots From The Bottom Up

Engineers at NUS have developed a strategy for designing quantum dots that could be used in cancer therapy as well as next-generation television screens.