Conformally wrapping surfaces with stretchable sheets of optoelectronics provides a practical route for integrating well-developed planar device technologies onto complex curvilinear objectsStretchable silicon eye camera developed Aug 06, 2008
The aligned arrays represent an important step toward large-scale integrated nanotube electronicsNanotubes used as semiconductor material Mar 26, 2007
Important new types of electronic systems will rely on the ability to mix and match wide ranging classes of devices in three dimensional configurations on unusual substratesNew semiconductor technology created Dec 14, 2006
Stretchable silicon offers different capabilities than can be achieved with standard silicon chipsStretchable silicon meets electronics Dec 15, 2005
That way you could have the ability to design a molecule that leads to a high-performance deviceNew plastic circuits could replace paper Mar 11, 2004
John Rogers (c. 1500 – 4 February 1555) was a clergyman, Bible translator and commentator, and the first English Protestant martyr under Mary I of England.
Rogers was born in Deritend, an area of Birmingham then within the parish of Aston. His father was also called John Rogers and was a lorimer – a maker of bits and spurs – whose family came from Aston; his mother was Margaret Wyatt, the daughter of a tanner with family in Erdington and Sutton Coldfield.
Rogers was educated at the Guild School of St John the Baptist in Deritend, and at Pembroke Hall, Cambridge University, where he graduated B.A. in 1526. Between 1532 and 1534 he was rector of Holy Trinity the Less in the City of London,