Waxy semisolids, today the formulation vehicle for many pharmaceutical and personal care products, present a considerable challenge when it comes to particle size analysis, primarily because they are not liquid at ambient temperature.
The system, which has been installed at Sirris' location in the Liege Science Park, will be used primarily for the development of printed RFID antennae, micro capacitors, micro systems, packaging, memory and other emerging printed electronics applications.
Foundation Medicine, a personalized cancer medicine company that aims to bring comprehensive cancer genome analysis into routine clinical care, today announced it has completed a $25 million Series A financing.
Through research and product innovation, H.C. Starck Inc., Fabricated Products Group has developed sputtering targets offering superior sputtering performance for thin films PV (TFPV) energy applications.
At its developer conference yesterday, Intel Corporation demonstrated how the company is providing a foundation on which to build common hardware, software and ecosystem solutions to make computing experiences and devices work together seamlessly and easier to use.
Today on the opening day of the exhibition at the SBS 16th Annual Conference and Exhibition, TTP LabTech announce the exciting launch of Mirrorball, a new high sensitivity laser scanning microplate cytometer for antibody discovery.
Micralyne Inc., a world-renowned, independent MEMS solutions company, has been certified to ISO 13485, reinforcing Micralyne's position as a leading enabler for medical companies requiring advanced BioMEMS and microfluidic devices.
BioFocus, a leading provider of gene-to-clinical candidate drug discovery services, today announced the launch of four biologically targeted libraries. These new libraries contain novel, drug-like compounds that specifically target kinases and protein-protein interactions.
At this year's Hanover Fair, FutureCarbon, a leading name in carbon supercomposites, is presenting its innovative products based on carbon nanomaterials. Included are Carbo e-Therm, an electrically heated coating, and CarboGran, a simply dispersed granulate.