ARM Working with UK Universities on Nanotechnology

 
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ARM is amongst a group of companies working with researchers from five universities on nanotechnology that will power the technology of the future.

The nano-transistor research is being carried out by teams at the universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Southampton and York. It has received 5.3m funding from the EPRSC, science funding council. Richard Sinnott of the National e-Science Centre at the University of Glasgow is leading the e-Science development activity.

Alongside ARM, industrial partners include Wolfson Microelectronics, Synopsys, Freescale, National Semiconductors and Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe. The project has also received the support of the national Microelectronics Institute, the trade association for UK microelectronics.

The e-Science and Grid technology will be provided by the National e-Science Centre run jointly by Glasgow and Edinburgh Universities and the e-Science North-West Centre at the university of Manchester


Source: IQ Online

This story was originally posted on 31st May 2006
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