Electrovaya Inc. announced that Ontario's Premier Dalton McGuinty, along with members of his caucus, visited Electrovaya yesterday and announced an investment of up to $16.7 million to support battery research and pre-commercialization activities at Electrovaya.
This 3D IC technology includes four single-crystalline silicon layers having 200 nm to 60 nm feature size vertical device structures which are uniquely processed at low temperatures, below 400 degree Celsius.
Based on its recent analysis of the spintronics markets for sensor applications, Frost and Sullivan recognizes Organic Spintronics with the 2008 European Technology Innovation Award for its discovery of organic spintronics by combining organic semiconductors with ferromagnetic materials.
The most recent edition of the Journal of Biomolecular Screening, the world's leading peer-reviewed publication on drug discovery sciences, focused on the significant advances made recently in the field of compound management. In this special edition over half of the sixteen articles specifically mention the Labcyte Echo liquid handlers.
Building on its highly successful Galaxy imaging platform, DEK has used the foundation of the technology's supreme accuracy and precision to develop a system specifically for processing thinned silicon wafers.
Rockchip Electronics Company, Ltd., Synopsys, Inc. and Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd. today announced that Rockchip has achieved first-time silicon success on its next-generation multimedia system-on-a-chip, using a combination of Synopsys' tools, intellectual property and services with Chartered's 65-nanometer manufacturing technology.
NanoInk, Inc., a global leader in nanotechnology, is has announced the appointment of John Kubricky to its Scientific Advisory Board. Mr. Kubricky, the former U.S. Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Advanced Systems and Concepts), joins several esteemed professionals on NanoInk's Scientific Advisory Board.
SouthWest NanoTechnologies Inc., a leading manufacturer of single-wall and specialty multi-wall carbon nanotubes, in partnership with Chasm Technologies, a consulting firm specializing in nanomaterials and thin film coating and patterning, have established a carbon nanotube coatings application development center at Chasm's facility located in the Boston area.
The new Queensland Microtechnology Facility at Griffith University has ordered a Gamma sputtering system from Surrey NanoSystems, to support commercially-backed research into advanced semiconductor devices.