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A chip that combines the best of two worlds: intelligent electronics meets fast photonics.The one-chip solutions developed by PHELICITI are scalable and can be produced cost effectively.
Injection moulding is well-established in plastics manufacturing. But it can also be impressively used to produce pharmaceuticals.
High performance ceramics are temperature-resistant and highly durable. A new production method makes it feasible for small batches.
A new project aims to exploit synergies between biogas and cement production. This would make biogas production cheaper and at the same time recycle digested sludge.
The West still has a lot to learn about processing rare earth elements. New methods set out to remedy this - and save resources, too.
A new method recovers precious materials such as niobium or tantalum for high-tech applications. This reduces Austria’s dependency on raw materials.
A virtual assembly assistant gives line workers real time warning of errors in the assembly process, provides smart instructions for production and long term know-how transfer.
The human eye perceives tiny irregularities on smooth, glossy surfaces as defects. Now, a "seeing robot" enters the field.
Tubular, not planar: Tubular targets make the production of ultra-thin coatings more efficient, more cost effective, and kinder to the environment.
Leak-proof, flexible, cheap and light: a new industrial manufacturing technique makes it possible to produce 3D fiber composite tubes for cars, cables and suspension.