Metals business Nyrstar is upgrading its smelter in Port Pirie, South Australia, to a multimetals processing and recovery facility that will also provide the technology to process e-waste.
The IDTechEx Show!, to be held from 10–11 May in Berlin, Germany, presents the latest emerging technologies at one event.
Power electronics manufacturer CUI has developed an infographic to help keep OEMs up to date with the rapidly changing regulatory environment for power supplies.
The University of Tasmania has opened its new Advanced Sensor Manufacturing Facility (ASMF), to be operated in partnership with Launceston firm Definium Technologies.
Researchers have developed a method to measure the electronic structures of stacks of two-dimensional materials, whose features such as flatness, atomic thinness, high conductivity and extreme strength make them highly desirable for use in electronic devices.
ROHM and SEMIKRON are collaborating on the sales of silicon carbide (SiC) power devices and modules, in order to contribute to the evolution of the Japanese power electronics market.
Advantech, an IoT hardware and software company, has partnered with ICT distributor Synnex Australia to provide customers with complete solutions while embracing the business opportunities of the IoT.
SEMICON Southeast Asia, to be held from 25–27 April in Malaysia, will include an exhibition, networking events, market and technology seminars, and conferences.
STMicroelectronics is collaborating with audio start-up USound on the industrialisation and production of the world's first miniature piezoelectric MEMS actuators for smart audio systems in portable devices.
Keysight Technologies is holding a series of free seminars, showcasing its move from a box company to a custom solutions house.
MIT researchers have designed a voltaic cell that is sustained by the acidic fluids in the stomach.