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Found 780 articles associated to the institution The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
 
True blue light emission could make OLED displays the next big thing in consumer electronics
23-June-2011

Researchers from Singapore’s Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) and the University of Michigan have developed a blue organic light emitting diode (OLED) with an efficiency level that is double the maximum theoretical limit. This paves the way for longer-lasting, more efficient and vivid OLED displays for the consumer market.

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Singapore SME Launches E-Greeting Apps Using A*STAR’s 3D Face Modeling Technology
20-June-2011

FXMedia Internet, A*STAR’s first licensee of the 3D Face Modeling technology, will launch the e-greeting card application – e-motions at CommunicAsia 2011.

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IME Launches 11th ELECtronic Packaging Research Consortium
15-June-2011

Research Consortium launched to address challenges in advanced packaging technology

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IMRE scientists develop first-of-its-kind hydrogel and new mix-and-match block copolymer ‘smart’ biomaterials for drug delivery and biomedical applications
13-June-2011

Researchers from Institute of Materials Research and Engineering have invented new ‘smart’ biomaterials including a unique hydrogel that has an on-off switch to precisely control its density and a new modular block copolymer that can be tailored to be triggered by specific temperatures.

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Data storage: Keeping the heat on
8-June-2011

Better insulation makes phase-change memory work faster and more efficiently

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