The editors of R+D Magazine have named Solexant Corp., developer of third-generation ultrathin-film PV technology, a winner of its 47th Annual R+D 100 Awards for the most technologically significant products introduced in the past year.
Building upon its expertise in providing market research within the flat panel display market for more than 13 years, DisplaySearch today announced that it will roll out a new suite of reports to cover the rapidly growing solar and photovoltaics markets.
GC Research Ltd., a boutique equity research firm, announced that it has reinitiated coverage of the nanotechnology industry with a focus on identifying companies, large and small, with the highest near-term and long-term growth stories across the most impacted industry verticals.
As researchers discover new and widespread applications for stimulus-responsive microgels, known as 'smart polymers', the Zetasizer Nano system from Malvern Instruments is fast emerging as their system of choice for particle characterization.
Nano Mask, Inc. and Intrinsiq Materials, a private materials technology development company focused on health and wellness-related markets, today announced a collaboration to develop an anti-viral, disposable version of the NanoMask, a protective filtration face mask.
From creating a new business in digital pathology to developing next generation diagnostic imaging agents and life sciences tools that are breaking new ground in the detection and treatment of disease, the Biosciences technology organization at GE Global Research today celebrated its fifth anniversary.
Nanotherapeutics, Inc., a privately held specialty biopharmaceutical company, announced that NanoBUP Oral Buprenorphine / Naloxone Capsule, for treating opiate addiction, demonstrated strong oral absorption in a Phase Ia clinical trial.
FEI Company, a leading provider of three-dimensional (3D) molecular, cellular and atomic-scale imaging systems, today announced that the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) has installed a multi-million dollar Titan Krios transmission electron microscope (TEM) from FEI.
Air Products will use its expertise in etch and deposition science, gained from more than 35 years' experience in the global electronics industry, to develop materials that could potentially result in significant cost savings for thin-film photovoltaic manufacturers.