BioNano and collaborator Pui-Yan Kwok, M.D., Ph.D., Henry Bachrach Distinguished Professor at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), will present the first demonstration of a de novo map of the human genome using the Irys System and the utility of this map in the analysis of structural variation and genome finishing.
NEA's patented Nanotechnology will be used in effort to create new hand-held analyzer system to detect a range of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), including toxic and deadly materials in food and plants.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE today announced that it has joined forces with EV Group to develop equipment and process technology to enable electrically conductive and optically transparent direct wafer bonds at room temperature.
Berkeley Design Automation, Inc., today announced that TSMC is using Analog FastSPICE Mega for memory IP verification. Memory IP circuits implemented in 16-nm and smaller FinFET-based process nodes must meet stringent performance targets while requiring six-sigma bit cell yield to meet cost and power targets.
QuantumWise and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) will engage in a project over the next 3 years to extend the capabilities of ATK. The goal is to simulate large-scale nano-electronic devices, where electron-phonon coupling is taken into account.
Specifically developed for quantification of catalytic activity in both R+D and QC laboratories, the Hiden CATLAB integrated micro-reactor/mass spectrometer system now features new LABview-based control.
Lomiko Metals announces that the SUNY Research Foundation at Stony Brook University, Graphene Laboratories, Inc. and Lomiko Metals, Inc. have agreed to investigate novel, energy-focused applications for graphene.
AFS Mega extends the company's foundry-certified Analog FastSPICE Platform with the capacity, performance, and features required for mega-scale array verification and characterization into FinFET-based process nodes.
NanoSight, leading manufacturers of unique nanoparticle characterization technology, will address the challenges of nanoparticle control and analysis in the latest of their popular webinar program. This will be held on Thursday 6th June.
Firmus SAM, a Monaco-based technology company, announced today that it has been granted a patent for a novel method of manufacturing electronics using two-dimensional carbon crystals like graphene. The patent also covers any devices made using this new method.