Oxford Instruments Asylum Research will host a free webinar October 21st, 'There?s No Other AFM Like Cypher: Recent Technological Advances'. The Cypher AFM has proven to be an exceptional platform for the development of new capabilities and an incredibly productive instrument that has helped generate stunning new AFM data. Asylum scientists Drs. Roger Proksch and Mario Viani will introduce you to the latest advances that set the Cypher apart from any other AFM.
Heraeus providing Clevios PEDOT conductive polymer materials and patterning agents, and the Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan (ITRI) application know-how, so demonstrating new alternative technologies for the touch panel industry.
In 2011, Suzhou Industrial Park started building a hub for nanotechnology development and commercialization called Nanopolis that today is a thriving and diverse economic community where research institutes, academics and start-up companies can co-exist and where new technology can flourish.
Researchers of Teijin Aramid, based in the Netherlands, and Rice University in the USA are awarded with the honorary 'Paul Schlack Man-Made Fibers Prize' for corporate-academic partnerships in fiber research. Their new super fibers are now driving innovation in aerospace, healthcare, automotive, and (smart) clothing.
Oxford Instruments is hosting its third series of annual seminars for the nanotechnology industry in India in November. 'Bringing the Nanoworld Together 2014' seminars are being held in Kolkata (November 24-25th) and Delhi (November 27-28th) and will showcase cutting edge nanotechnology tools and their use in multiple fields.
Nanolane announces a commercial partnership with Innopsys concerning the marketing of a combined and complete solution for precise nano-pattern printing and characterization with the InnoStamp 40 microcontact printing and Sarfus Mapping equipments.
Building on continued momentum, NanoMech will use the financing to expand its global reach, invest in additional sales and marketing resources, and increase investment in its nanotechnology platforms, nGlide, TuffTek, and nGuard.
Rolith's proprietary security labels based on metallic nanostructures are invisible to the human eye and standard inspection equipment but can be revealed using Terahertz microprobe sensors from Protemics.
Nanophase Technologies Corporation announced today the opening of a new polishing laboratory that will enable new product development and provide customer application support and process simulation for a variety of demanding optical and precision surface finishing markets.
Delphi is a complete solution that makes it possible to do fast correlative microscopy with unique overlay precision. The system is easy to use for both light- and electron-microscopists making correlation intuitive and fully automated.
Nearly 20 years ago researcher Alex Zettl synthesized in his lab a new material never before seen by nature: boron nitride nanotubes, the strongest, lightest, most thermally conducting, and most chemically resistant fiber known to exist. Now a startup has licensed this technology with the aim of manufacturing boron nitride nanotubes for commercial use.