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Found 780 articles associated to the institution The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
 
Nanoparticles: Two-faced materials boost hydrogen production
12-September-2012

Inexpensive hybrid metal and oxide nanostructures prove to be a catalyst that enhance sunlight-powered hydrogen production

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Nanowires: The long and short of breaking
12-September-2012

Mechanical failure of short nanowires is characterized by smooth, ductile deformations, while long nanowires fail catastrophically

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Institute of Microelectronics teams up with MOSIS to offer photonics MPW to advance silicon photonics research
30-August-2012

Institute of Microelectronics (IME) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with MOSIS, a provider of low-cost prototyping and small volume production services for custom ICs, to offer its multiple-project wafer (MPW) service to MOSIS’ customers.

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Catalysis: Ready for a close-up
29-August-2012

The latest advance in imaging technology helps optimize catalysts for use in onboard fuel processing. A*STAR researchers have identified the subtle, atomic-scale structural transformations that can activate and de-activate gold nanoparticle catalysts, a finding that may lead to longer-lasting hydrogen fuel cells.

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Photonics: Think thin, think vibrant
29-August-2012

Flat panel displays and many digital devices require thin, efficient and low-cost light-emitters for applications. The pixels that make up the different colors on the display are typically wired to complex electronic circuits, but now researchers at A*STAR have developed a display technology that requires a much simpler architecture for operation.

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