Glo AB, a company that provides high-quality light source solutions for displays, illumination, and automotive sectors using its proprietary nanowire-based LED technology (nLEDTM) was named today by the Cleantech Group (CTG) as one of Europe's Cleantech Companies of the Decade.
Park Systems, a leading manufacturer of atomic force microscopy (AFM) products, proudly introduces itsnext generation NX-PTR, a fully automated system for hard disk drive slider manufacturing. Newly developed in collaboration with leaders in the hard disk drive production, Park's NX-PTR increases production yield by 200% with an enhanced automation routine, faster scan rate and recipe automation.
Many innovations in areas such as automotive technology, energy, electronics or construction and medicine would not be possible without nanotechnology. BASF uses this technology to develop new solutions and improve existing products.
SABIC and Lockheed Martin have announced the launching of a partnership to explore the establishment of a new joint venture company in Saudi Arabia to develop carbon nanostructure materials for a variety of end markets and applications.
IBM researchers announced they have demonstrated a new record of 85.9 billion bits of data per square inch in areal data density on low-cost linear magnetic particulate tape - a significant update to one of the computer industry's most resilient, reliable and affordable data storage technologies for Big Data.
Optomec announced today that the company will feature Aerosol Jet printers for 3D Printed Electronics applications at the LOPEC International Conference and Exhibition. The conference will be held May 26-28 at the Messe Munchen in Germany.
FlexTech Alliance, an industry consortium for flexible, printed electronics, today announced the completion of its project with Imprint Energy of Alameda, Calif., for the print manufacturing of ultrathin, flexible, and rechargeable batteries. The project is one of a series of demonstrators currently being funded by FlexTech under its agreement with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
NEI Corporation is developing a lithium-ion battery where the electrolytes are dissolved in water instead of an organic solvent. The aqueous-based lithium-ion battery has the potential to eliminate the risks associated with state of the art lithium-ion batteries, where the organic solvents are highly flammable.