Crospon Licenses HP Technology to Create Industry-first Skin Patch for “Smart” Drug Delivery
September 11, 2007
HP inkjet technology could soon could be used to administer drugs to patients through thousands of tiny needles embedded in a skin patch, thanks to a licensing agreement with medical-device developer Crospon. The technology enables controlled release of one or more drugs in a single patch applied to the skin.
HP Drives Data Center Energy Efficiency with Thermal Services and Dynamic Smart Cooling
July 25, 2007
The new services include HP Thermal Zone Mapping, a patent-pending development from HP Labs, which lets customers see a 3D model of how much and where data center air conditioners are cooling. As a result, they can arrange and manage air conditioning for optimal cooling, increased energy efficiency and lower costs.
HP and MIT Create Non-profit Organization to Support Growing Community of DSpace Users
July 17, 2007
HP and the MIT Libraries have formed the non-profit DSpace Foundation to provide support to the growing community of institutions that use DSpace, an open source software solution for accessing, managing and preserving scholarly works in a digital archive.
HP Technology Takes the Guesswork Out of Matching Colors
July 11, 2007
HP Labs developed a technology that uses sophisticated imaging algorithms and mobile networking to match colors that complement one another, including makeup specific to skin coloring.
HP, Tsinghua University Form Multimedia Technology Research Collaboration
May 31, 2007
Researchers at HP and Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, are jointly developing multimedia technologies, including automated photo sorting, facial expression recognition and video and music analysis.
HP Shows Off System that Affords Every Customer a Personal Shopper
May 29, 2007
The experimental system is designed to enhance the consumer shopping experience and improve efficiency for retailers by bringing the power of online access to brick-and-mortar stores.
Do-it-yourself toolkit lets people create and share mobile, interactive experiences
May 8, 2007
The prototype mscapers software suite and web site makes it possible for just about anyone to overlay digital sight, sounds and interactions on the physical world to create immersive, interactive experiences called mediascapes.
New HP Labs Director is announced
May 2, 2007
Prith Banerjee, dean of the college of engineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), has been named senior vice president, research, and director of HP Labs, effective Aug. 1. He replaces Dick Lampman, who is retiring after 35 years with HP.
Technology to create nanoscale electronic devices is licensed
May 2, 2007
The technology, developed by HP Labs, involves a process called nanoimprint lithography –- a method of literally stamping out patterns of wires less than 50 atoms wide on a substrate.
HP puts on its game face
April 4, 2007
HP outlined its strategy to capitalize on the rapid growth in online, mobile and PC gaming and demonstrated some of HP Labs' advanced technologies applicable for the gaming industry.
HP expands R&D presence in growing economies with establishment of HP Labs Russia
January 22, 2007
The St. Petersburg facility, which will focus on information management, is HP Labs' third new site in five years.
HP presents alternate strategy for chip improvement
January 16, 2007
HP announced research that could lead to the creation of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) up to eight times denser – while using less energy for a given computation – than existing ones.