Nano ePrint Ltd, a pioneer in planar nano-electronics, has announced that it is developing all-printed electronic greeting cards in collaboration with Novalia Ltd, to a specification provided by Hallmark subsidiary Tigerprint Ltd.
SPP Process Technology Systems Ltd. (SPTS), a subsidiary of Sumitomo Precision Products Co., Ltd. (SPP), today announced bookings of nearly $35 million during the fourth quarter of 2009 from the entities acquired last year from Aviza, Inc.
FEI Company, a leading diversified scientific instruments company providing electron and ion-beam microscopes and tools for nanoscale applications across many industries, announces the completion of a multiple system installation at the Materials Ageing Institute (MAI) in France, a utility-oriented research center.
Commerical production of nanostructured microspheric chrome-alumina catalyzers of dehydrated isoparaffins KDI-90 and adsorbents for desiccant drying of olefin-containing feedstreams will be conducted within the the framework of this project.
Malvern Instruments is demonstrating technologies from its broad range of complementary materials characterization solutions at the American Chemical Society Spring 2010 National Meeting and Exposition, from March 21-25, in San Francisco
The contract provides funding to complete studies required to file an Investigational New Drug Application (IND) with the FDA for the company's lead human papillomavirus (HPV)-cancer product late in 2010.
The company today announced that its solar subsidiary, Tempress Systems, Inc., has received approximately $8.5 million in solar orders for its diffusion processing systems from two new customers in Asia and one new customer in Europe.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. today launches the Evolution Array, a new UV-Visible (UV-Vis) spectrophotometer driven by photodiode array (PDA) technology that offers dramatic improvements in laboratory throughput.
Rice University and IBM today unveiled a new high-performance computing (HPC) initiative for biomedical and life sciences research that features one of the most powerful supercomputers in the Texas Medical Center. Rice scientists will use the supercomputer in collaboration with researchers from across the medical center to study cancer, AIDS and other complex diseases.