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The Prime Minister agreed to the project for "Application of gene technology in the production of biological chips for diagnostics and treatment of certain diseases". It is a plan implementation project for developing some high-tech industries to 2020 according to Decision No. 842 / QD-TTg dated June 01, 2011.
IC Semiconductor production minima workshop uses Japanese technology will be assembled and used in the future by Ho Chi Minh high-Tech Park.
Starting numbers 0, after many experimental researches for 4 years, ICDREC has successfully made Vietnam‘s first commercial chip.
On April 28, Center for Research and Development (R&D) in Ho Chi Minh Hi-Tech Park and Center for Research and Chip Design Training (ICDREC) of Ho Chi Minh National University announced pressure sensor chip products – the result from collaboration project between two units.
Samsung has filed a patent for a technology that would project a keyboard onto the user’s hands, giving smart glasses wearers a new way to interact with their devices.
Philips has introduced a system that uses the LED lights of stores along with consumers’ smartphones to direct shoppers to the items they are looking for.
BlackBerry announced application of sending free message in their BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) from now it will be preloaded in LG smartphones.
A popular new material being used in solar cell research could lead to the development of less expensive lasers.
Give your doodles new life with Circuit Scribe, a rollerball pen filled with conductive ink that lets everyone experiment with creating circuits.
A new LED embedded carpet from Philips is able to display information such as directions or logos, and offers an alternative to static signs.
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