Intel to invest $36 billion in new computer chip factories in Europe – Reuters News in France and abroad

The European plan includes the construction of two new factories in Magdeburg, Germany, a city located between Berlin and Hanover. Intel will also double its existing manufacturing facility in Leixlip, Ireland, and is in negotiations with Italian officials about a possible manufacturing site. The story continues under the ad On the research side, Intel plans … Read more

Apple: the new Mac Studio is already in pre-order with the most powerful chip in the world

Apple the new Mac Studio is already in pre order with

News good deal Apple: the new Mac Studio is already in pre-order with the most powerful chip in the world Published on 03/10/2022 at 21:40 This Tuesday was the first Apple Keynote of the year 2022, with beautiful more or less expected announcements such as the new iPhone SE or the iPad Air M1. But … Read more

Apple presents its most powerful Mac, thanks to the M1 Ultra chip

Apple presents its most powerful Mac thanks to the M1

News hardware Apple presents its most powerful Mac, thanks to the M1 Ultra chip Published on 03/09/2022 at 09:46 Unveiled by Apple during its keynote last night, the Mac Studio is a brand new desktop computer equipped with an M1 Max or M1 Ultra chip depending on the model chosen. A muscular proposal for a … Read more

iPad Air more powerful than ever thanks to Apple’s M1 chip

iPad Air more powerful than ever thanks to Apples M1

News hardware iPad Air more powerful than ever thanks to Apple’s M1 chip Published on 03/08/2022 at 21:30 Apple’s powerful M1 chip continues to embed itself in the brand’s products. After the MacBooks and the iPad Pro, here it is in the new version of the iPad Air, which Apple has just presented. iPad Air … Read more

How can the computer chip predict the future of gene synthesis?

Journal Reference: Joseph Riolo, Andrew J. Steckl. Comparative analysis of genome code complexity and manufacturability with engineering benchmarks. Scientific Reports, 2022; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41598-022-06723-5 Computer programming and gene synthesis appear to share little in common. But according to University of Cincinnati professor Andrew Steckl, an Ohio Eminent Scholar, leaps forward in technology in the … Read more

Quicker, more efficient living cell separation achieved with new microfluidic chip

Journal Reference: Kyoichi Oshiro, Yoshikazu Wakizaka, Masayo Takano, Takayuki Itoi, Hiroki Ohge, Kazumi Koba, Kyoko Yarimizu, So Fujiyoshi, Fumito Maruyama. Fabrication of a new all-in-one microfluidic dielectrophoresis integrated chip and living cell separation. iScience, 2022; 25 (2): 103776 DOI: 10.1016/j.isci.2022.103776 The Hiroshima University Office of Academic Research and Industry-Academia-Government and Community Collaboration, led by Professor … Read more

Transparent ultrasound chip improves cell stimulation and imaging

Journal Reference: Haoyang Chen, Ninghao Zhu, Mohamed Osman, Ryan Biskowitz, Jinyun Liu, Shubham Khandare, Peter Butler, Pak Kin Wong, Sri-Rajasekhar Kothapalli. A transparent low intensity pulsed ultrasound (LIPUS) chip for high-throughput cell stimulation. Lab on a Chip, 2021; 21 (24): 4734 DOI: 10.1039/D1LC00667C The team created a transparent, biocompatible ultrasound transducer chip that resembles a … Read more

Tesla cut steering component to deal with chip shortage – Reuters

Tesla cut steering component to deal with chip shortage

Employees work at the Tesla Gigafactory in Shanghai, east China, Nov 20, 2020. U.S. electric car company Tesla built its first Gigafactory outside the United States in 2019 in the new Lingang area, with an expected annual production capacity of 500,000 units. ding ting | Xinhua News Agency | Getty Images Under pressure to meet … Read more

GLOSA: How about a chip that reveals the truth? Or what better to wake up? – Sport.cz

GLOSA How about a chip that reveals the truth Or

For example, where does the Slavic Lukáš Masopust’s hand end and his shoulder begin? Where does Michal Kohút from Slovácko have an armpit border? And whether the hand of Petr Hronek from the Prague Bohemians remained in the natural position in Sunday’s league match with Jablonec, or did he meet the balloon consciously? True, this … Read more

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