Armor, a specialist in ink chemistry and printing technologies, and Cambrios Technologies Corporation, a leader in silver anowire-based solutions for the transparent conductor markets, announced the development of a scalable manufacturing process allowing Armor to mass produce Organic Photovoltaic devices.
Ossila Limited has this week launched the first commercial and fully tested perovskite photovoltaic ink which is capable of producing perovskite-based solar cells with power conversion efficiency of almost 12%.
This docking port enables transfer at vacuum and / or cryo conditions with the Leica EM VCT100 vacuum cryo transfer system. Room-temperature or cryo sections can be taken up directly from the ion beam milling system, loaded into the vacuum cryo transfer system, and transferred to the next preparation step.
Leica Microsystems introduces the Leica HyD SMD universal hybrid photodetector with superior characteristics for single molecule detection, which allows precise measurement of concentration and observation of fast cellular processes.
FibeRio Technology Corporation announces today the launch of its new generation of Forcespinning equipment specifically designed to meet the production needs of fine fiber media producers and converters.
Applied Materials, Inc. today announced it collaborated with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. and PSK Inc., a Korea-based leader in photoresist removal, to develop an advanced patterning solution for the manufacture of future generations of NAND and DRAM device designs.
At the upcoming Printed Electronics USA 2014 Show, SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc. will demonstrate and discuss the use of carbon nanotube inks as a superior material for certain touch capacitance and membrane switch replacement applications.
XEI Scientific Inc. announces the release of the Evactron EP. This provides a new approach to plasma cleaning designed for those in the physics and materials science communities building and using custom-designed vacuum systems.
The specific aim of a newly funded twelve month long project is to explore the possibility of using composites, featuring high grade graphene, to produce fixed dental prostheses with markedly increased longevity and improved clinical function.