Applied Materials, Inc., the leading supplier of equipment and services to the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry, announced today that it has acquired substantially all the assets, including the intellectual property, of Advent Solar, Inc. for an undisclosed cash amount.
Automotive lithium-ion battery maker EnerDel, Inc. announced today that it will be working with the United States Army to develop a next-generation battery system for the hybrid version of the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV or Humvee), known as the XM1124 Humvee.
BASF is realigning its business for the fuel cell market. In the future, competencies for the production of high-temperature membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs) will be concentrated in Somerset, New Jersey.
HP today announced new inertial sensing technology that enables the development of digital micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) accelerometers that are up to 1,000 times more sensitive than high-volume products currently available.
Cambrios Technologies Corporation, an electronic materials company commercializing ClearOhm coating material for producing transparent conductive films, announced today that the company has received investments totaling $14.5 million in a first closing of its Series D Financing Round.
Infineon Technologies AG and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company announced that they are extending their development and production partnership to a 65nanometer embedded flash process technology targeting next generation automotive, chip card and security applications.
ExxonMobil Chemical's affiliate TonenGeneral and Toray Industries have agreed to establish a global joint venture for the battery separator film business. It will develop, manufacture and sell lithium ion battery (LIB) separator film and introduce next-generation films to the market.
Just three weeks after G24 Innovations (G24i) successfully launched the world's first commercial application of Dye-Sensitive Solar Cells (DSSC), the global pioneer of DSSC announced that it has signed a formal agreement with three of China's most prestigious institutes to accelerate industrial development of the technology.
While neckties have been worn by medical professionals for centuries, they have been clinically proven to harbor enough harmful bacteria to transmit illness. Well before the swine flu outbreak, Florida-based SafeSmart developed a line of antimicrobial ties that has been widely accepted in healthcare, food service and other industries.
This week, NanoSight, providers of unique nanoparticle characterisation technology, attended the fourth annual UK NanoForum and Emerging Technologies conference and exhibition which brought together over 100 senior international delegates and 350 UK delegates to network and identify potential business and collaboration opportunities in the world of nanotechnology.