Atomic Force Microscopy is a versatile method enabling nanoscale mapping of a material's 3D surface, mechanical properties or even electrical conductivity. In addition to these already powerful imaging modes, AFM researchers continue to actively develop more capabilities which add additional layers of information.
To make it easier for customers to enter the thin film market, Beneq now offers a unique collection of coating services at its facilities in Espoo, Finland. This lowers the risk of new product development and provides a safe path for scaling up to industrial production. Beneq's capabilities in thin film coating services cover many upcoming commercial technologies.
At this week's VLSI circuits Symposium in Kyoto, imec and Renesas Electronics Corporation, unveiled the world's first multi-standard radio frequency receiver in 28nm CMOS technology, and a 28nm analog-to-digital converter targeting wide-bandwidth standards such as LTE-advanced and next-generation WiFi.
State technology enterprise Rusnano laid out new plans on Thursday to lure $5 billion in investment to Russia's technology sector over the next six years after opting out of a previously planned stock exchange listing.
Angstron Materials Inc., took delivery of specialized HVAC and dehumidification equipment early this year to complete new dry rooms in building space adjacent to its manufacturing facility. The dry rooms provide a controlled environment for accelerated development and production of Angstron's nano graphene anode material for high performance batteries.
CTI has advised that further testing of the graphene paper will include measuring the thermal transport properties which will allow them to optimize the graphene/bucky paper for heat sinks and heat dissipating applications.
DryWired's surface modification technologies receive positive results from third party facility Quanta Laboratories after a rigorous weeklong examination of DryWired nano-coating's resistance to humidity, salt, water, dust and contaminants.