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HELPING TO COMMERCIALIZE ut'S BIG IDEAS AT THE STARTUP STUDIO

Silicon Hills News, 10/18/15

The University of Texas at Austin is like a Thomas Edison lab of invention with its professors cooking up the next great ideas...

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THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION NAMES ENGINEERING RESEARCHER ANDREA ALÚ ITS ALAN T. WATERMAN AWARDEE FOR 2015

NSF, 4/16/15

Alù is a leading innovator in metamaterials, or artificial materials with properties and wave interactions not found in nature…

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AUSTIN-BASED INNOVATOR AND SCIENTIST, DR. NEAL HALL, NAMED A FINALIST FOR 2015 SXSW INTERACTIVE INNOVATION AWARDS

AUSTIN, TX, 3/16/15

Hall's new powerful fly-inspired hearing device recognized twice among 70 finalists in the Health Med & BioTech and SciFi...

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SXSW INTERACTIVE FLY-INSPIRED HEARING DEVICE

ABC News Austin, Morning News, 3/15/15

KVUE ABC 24's Ashley Goudeau interviews Dr. Neal Hall of Silicon Audio for an overview and live audio demonstration of an advanced fly-inspired hearing device intended for a variety of commercial applications including for use in hearing-assistive devices and consumer electronics.

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SIMPLE CIRCUIT COULD DOUBLE CELL PHONE DATA SPEEDS

MIT Technology Review, 11/24/2014

A circuit that lets a radio send and receive data simultaneously over the same frequency could supercharge wireless data transfer…

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THIS TINY DEVICE COULD FREE UP CROWDED CELL NETWORKS

Motherboard, 11/14/2014

The hotly contested bandwidth available to cellular phones and other pocket-sized radio wave transmitters could double, with no service provider wars required...

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BOLD ENGINEERING AT SEG 2014: SILICON AUDIO'S NEW LOW-NOISE OPTICAL SEISMOMETER TO CHANGE OIL EXPLORATION

DENVER, Co, SEG 2014, 10/27/14

Silicon Audio, a technology innovation company, today announced its low-noise optical seismometer at the 2014 SEG International Exposition in Denver...

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SILICON AUDIO SHOWCASES OPTICAL SEISMOMETER

World Oil, 10/27/2014

The new seismic sensor is the same size and shape as a conventional geophone but...

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NOW HEAR ONLY THIS

The Economist, 7/25/2014

Dinner parties can be tiresome ordeals, particularly if you find yourself next to an individual keen to show off worldly credentials, such as a journalist. But they can be even more trying for the hard-of-hearing…

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A ONE-WAY STREET FOR SOUND

Scientific American, 3/18/2014

One-way mirrors and one-way streets both permit flow in just one direction, but it is difficult to create something that permits sound or other waves to ripple in one direction and not the opposite…

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