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Found 780 articles associated to the institution The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
 
A*STAR and Fujitsu Set Up First Centre of Excellence to Build A Greener Singapore
26-March-2013

Singapore and Tokyo, 26 March – Singapore’s A*STAR, and Fujitsu Limited (Fujitsu) have signed a MoU to explore the creation of the first Centre of Excellence for Computational Social Science and Engineering in Singapore to identify technological solutions for sustainable urban development.

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Institute of Microelectronics kicks off copper wire bonding consortium II to tackle copper interconnects reliability issues
25-March-2013

The consortium aims to improve the reliability of semiconductor devices by tackling copper wire bonding issues related to corrosion and stress. Members of this consortium span across the semiconductor supply chain including Atotech S.E.A., GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Heraeus Materials and Infineon Technologies.

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Collaboration between A*STAR institute and a local company on a built-in wireless sensor to diagnose ‘stressed’ machines remotely
18-March-2013

Singapore, 18 March 2013 – Imagine a sensor about the size of a 50-cent coin that can remotely diagnose the ‘health’ of a motor without anyone having to physically inspect the motor. Hoestar has licensed IMRE’s piezoelectric sensor technology to automate the monitoring of vibration and physical stresses of machinery.

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Biochemical engineering: Waste not, want not
13-March-2013

A simple fermentation treatment can convert a by-product of biofuel production into a valuable chemical feedstock for a wide range of biomedical products

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Plasmonics: Model makes light work of nanocircuits
13-March-2013

A numerical simulation predicts the behavior of a component that controls light for faster computing

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