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2015-01-15 23:05:44

Worcester Polytechnic Institute's Faraday Hall, designed by ADD Inc, now with Stantec, is a 259-bed, 89,000-square-foot, apartment-style student residence built to house upper-class undergraduates

2014-10-14 08:23:00

MIDDLEBURY, Vt., Oct.

2014-05-27 04:22:38

TAIPEI, May 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Grain Media Technology Inc., the leading provider of surveillance SoC solutions, formally announced today its 4Kx2K IPcam SoC series - GM8139/GM8138/GM8138S.

2014-04-16 04:22:59

Patented Techniques to Minimize the Die Area, Optimize the Performance, and Raise the Yield Rate HSINCHU and SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Faraday Technology

2014-01-07 08:40:58

Porteur to be exhibited at E Ink booth at CES 2014 SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.

Light Transistor Developed By TU Vienna
2013-07-08 10:08:30

TU Vienna has managed to turn the oscillation direction of beams of light – simply by applying an electrical current to a special material. This way, a transistor can be built that functions with light instead of electrical current.

2009-05-14 02:00:00

HSINCHU, Taiwan and SUNNYVALE, Calif., May 14 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- Faraday Technology Corporation (TAIEX: 3035) today announced the availability of the commercial USB 3.0 physical layer (PHY) at UMC 0.13um high-speed (HS) process.


Latest Michael Faraday Reference Libraries

Faraday Discussions
2012-04-29 19:18:56

Faraday Discussions is a scientific journal originally published by the Faraday Society, but is now published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, since the two have merged. From 1972 to 1991, the journal was titled Faraday Discussions of the Chemical Society. The editor-in-chief is Philip Earis. The chairman of the Standing Committee on Faraday Conferences is Dwayne E. Heard This journal publishes original research papers on such topics included physical chemistry, chemical physics and...

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