Topic: MEMS & Nano

KTH creates tiny accelerometer from graphene

Tiny accelerometer uses graphene to shrink size

Two cutting-edge technologies—NEMS and the conductive nanomaterial graphene—are teaming to produce tiny accelerometers that could lead to the development of innovative body sensor and navigation technologies.
Associate Professor Shahrzad (Sherry) Towfighian from the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ Department of Mechanical Engineering

A better way to produce microphones

Binghamton University researchers have found a way to improve the performance of tiny sensors that could improve the design for microphones and other tiny electrical devices.

Solving The Production Problems Of MEMS

Perfecting a new way to make MEMS within CMOS layers using standard production techniques, Nanusens can use any fab for sensor production. This removes the current bottleneck to MEMS production that needs specialist production lines.