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Computer chips: Building upward safely27-March-2013
A computer model provides important clues for the production of tightly packed electronic componentsContact: A*STAR Research Institution: The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Singapore's UTAC to co-develop 2.5D Through-Silicon-Interposer with A*STAR’s Institute of Microelectronics for volume manufacturing27-March-2013
Singapore, 27 March - A*STAR’s IME and United Test and Assembly Center (UTAC), announced a collaboration to develop a 2.5D Through-Silicon-Interposer (TSI) platform which will enable UTAC to join the scarce list of suppliers in offering fine-pitch 2.5D TSI packaging solutions.Contact: Bernadette Lee Institution: The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
A*STAR and Fujitsu Set Up First Centre of Excellence to Build A Greener Singapore26-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.Contact: Lee Swee Heng Institution: The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Institute of Microelectronics kicks off copper wire bonding consortium II to tackle copper interconnects reliability issues25-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.Contact: Bernadette Lee Institution: The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Research with Sri Lankan fish farmers brings best practices home20-March-2013
A project supported by the Canadian International Food Security Research Fund (CIFSRF) is helping smallholder shrimp farmers in Sri Lanka adapt their industry’s best management practices to local needs. This could lead to fewer disease outbreaks, bigger and more profitable shrimp, and fewer negative environmental impacts.Contact: Isabelle Bourgeault-Tassé Institution: International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
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