A team led by the University of Washington in Seattle and the Southeast University in China discovered a molecule that shows promise as an organic alternative to today's silicon-based semiconductors.
What does SEU stand for?
SEU stands for Southeast University (China)
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We have 54 other meanings of SEU in our Acronym Attic
- Sight Electronics Unit
- Sign Extension Unit
- Significant Energy Use
- Sindicato Español Universitario (Spanish trade union)
- Single Event Upset (of electronic circuit in space by a heavy particle; proton, etc)
- Slightly-Enriched Uranium
- Smallest Executable Unit
- Social Exclusion Unit (UK)
- Socio-Ecological Union (Russia)
- Source Entry Utility
- Southeastern University (various locations)
- Special Education Unit
- Special Enforcement Unit
- Special Examining Unit
- St. Edward's University (Austin, Texas)
- State Employees Union (various locations)
- Structure and Evolution of the Universe (NASA)
- Stupid End User
- Sustainable Energy Utility (Delaware)
- Switch Expansion Unit
Samples in periodicals archive:
The team from Southeast University in Nanjing, China said that their technique is far simpler that other invisibility devices, because instead of making an object disappear entirely, it makes it look like something else, the Daily Mail reported.
Large-scale studies that focus on how neurons are connected are "very important for the future," commented geneticist Wei Xie of Southeast University in Nanjing, China.
She also holds a bachelor's degree in urban planning from Southeast University in Nanjing, China.
251 Hospital Naifeng LIU President Zhongda Hospital, Southeast University Tao SHEN Chief Information Officer Peking University Third Hospital Youchuan LU ChiefInformation Officer Hangzhou City Xiaoshan District No.
Oxford University Press, 2001 ZHU Zhuangsheng (2) LU Dejian (3) (1) This paper is supported by the Department of Instrument Science and Engineering, Southeast University, and professor DE-JUN WAN and professor QING WANG.