ROHM has state of the art D/A converter technologies that are optimized for high-fidelity reproduction of high-resolution sound sources.These DAC chips have been optimized for sound quality through repeated listening tests and laboratory measurements.
UPES Students developed a sleep detector device that aims to reduce road accidents in the country, by detecting the reducing attention level of a four-wheeler driver and alerting him/her before the mishap.
TU Wien has developed an engine that uses two different types of fuel simultaneously: it uses both bioethanol and diesel, which is used for ignition. A special duel-fuel combustion process has been developed for this purpose, which now enables the use of a large proportion of bioethanol in diesel engines.
Center for Theoretical Physics professors Daniel Harlow, Aram Harrow, Hong Liu and Jesse Thaler have been named recipients of research awards in the U.S. Department of Energy’s new program in Quantum Information Science (QIS).
GLOBALFOUNDRIES has added nine new partners to its RFwave Partner Program, including Akronic, Ask Radio, Catena, University of Waterloo Centre for Intelligent Antenna and Radio Systems (CIARS), Giga Solution, Helic, Incize, Mentor Graphics and Xpeedic Technology.
Global nutrition firm Glanbia has expanded its weight management interests, with the $350m (£265m) acquisition of Kainos Capital’s SlimFast brand, which it plans to integrate into its Performance Nutrition division. The agreement includes a number of SlimFast’s nutritional supplement brands, including Healthy Delights and Nu-Therapy.
Sandoz, a Novartis division and the global leader in biosimilars, announced a global resolution of all intellectual property related litigation with AbbVie concerning the proposed Sandoz biosimilar Hyrimoz® (adalimumab) for reference medicine Humira® (adalimumab).