Park Systems introduces QuickStep SCM, the newest technology for high throughput in scanning capacitance microscopy (SCM). Designed to work with Park NX AFM series, the leading AFM products for researchers and engineers in the semiconductor industry, Park's QuickStep SCM provides accurate dopant profiles of semiconductor device structures, 5 to 10 times faster than any other competing SCM atomic force microscopy systems.
The company's co-founders have published data demonstrating the successful engineering of targeted nanoparticles to cross biological barriers, such as the intestinal barrier, and enter the bloodstream, potentially broadening future therapeutic applications for BIND's Medicinal Nanoengineering platform.
CEA-Leti today announced a development agreement that will utilize Leti's deep MEMS expertise and leading-edge infrastructure with OMRON, a global leader in factory automation and control solutions for the transportation, healthcare and consumer-goods industries.
HyperSolar, Inc., the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and any source of water, today announced that it is evaluating commercial methods for onsite hydrogen production at distribution points or fueling stations to meet the demand created by the launch of fuel cell cars next year.
Grafen Co. (Turkey) and LUM GmbH (Germany) have started a joint research on water-based colloidal exfoliation processes to produce graphene nanoplatelets in bulk scale. The novel method, liquid phase direct chemical exfoliation, enables industrial manufacturing of graphene with a green approach at low cost
Aiming to cut the cost of manufacturing flexible and large-size OLEDs, Kateeva today debuted YIELDjet - an inkjet printing manufacturing equipment solution to produce such OLEDs in high volume. It's the world's first inkjet printer engineered from the ground up for OLED mass production.
Abakan Inc., an emerging leader in the advanced coatings and metal formulations markets, announced completion of Phase I of its PComP nanocomposite coatings growth and expansion strategy, which involved installing additional powder microencapsulation equipment to double throughput.