The eBeam Initiative, a forum dedicated to the education and promotion of new semiconductor manufacturing approaches based on electron beam (eBeam) technologies, today announced the completion of the second annual eBeam Initiative survey. 28 member companies from across the photomask supply chain participated in the survey.
Grafoid Inc. announced today the formation of Calevia Inc., a joint venture partnership with ProScan RX Pharma Inc. to develop an entirely new graphene-based nanotechnology platform for the precise targeting and thermal eradication of solid cancer tumors.
Available on the EVG100 series of resist processing systems, the new NanoFill process provides void-free via filling of very deep trenches and high-aspect ratio structures, and is suitable for all common polymeric dielectrics - offering a highly flexible, low-cost and production-ready via-fill platform for interposer development for 3D-integrated image sensors and other device types.
Cima NanoTech, a smart materials company and developer of the SANTE® Self-Assembling Nanoparticle Technology, and Fujimori Kogyo, a top manufacturer of high quality opto-electronic films and materials, announced their partnership and successful commercial mass production of SANTE Films.
On September 4, Mordovia State University will officially open a laboratory to research and study thin-film technologies (100 nm and less) using atomic layer deposition with Beneq's TFS 200 equipment. The laboratory opening is a natural next step in implementing the strategy to establish national nanotechnology in Russia.
The Nanoform L 1000 has the largest swing capacity of any standard production ultra precision machining system available on the market. It is designed for the ultimate productivity and flexibility in diamond turning and deterministic microgrinding of optical lenses, mold inserts, mirrors, and precision mechanical components.
Asylum Research, an Oxford Instruments company, announces the release of the new GetReal Automated Probe Calibration feature. With just one click, GetReal fully calibrates the atomic force microscope (AFM) probe sensitivity and spring constant, enabling more consistent, more accurate results.