Nanometrics Incorporated, a leading supplier of advanced metrology equipment to the semiconductor industry, today introduced its newest equipment and software products for optical critical dimension metrology, a vital need in improving the manufacturability of advanced semiconductor device designs.
Altair Nanotechnologies Inc., a leading manufacturer of safe, high-performance NanoSafe battery pack products and nano materials technology used in energy, power and life sciences applications, yesterday obtained congressional support for funding two important Altairnano projects.
Utilizing exclusively licensed patent pending technologies developed by Dr. Cathy Murphy at the Univ. of South Carolina, Nanopartz, a division of Concurrent Analytical Inc., released a new line of highly monodisperse gold nanorods.
UTEK Corporation, a technology transfer company focused on open innovation, and World Energy Solutions, a company engaged in the business of energy conservation and environmental sustainability, are pleased to announce that World Energy Solutions, Inc. has acquired Hydrogen Safe Technologies, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of UTEK Corporation, in a stock transaction.
Nanometrics Incorporated, a leading supplier of advanced metrology equipment to the semiconductor industry, will release its third quarter 2007 financial results after market close on October 30, 2007.
The New York City Building Department took delivery of 100 Pocket CO monitors to be used by emergency responders and inspectors. These wearable units alarm at high CO levels, and can accurately measure low parts per million levels of carbon monoxide, and determine time weighted average exposures. By using nanotechnology, the full function Pocket CO instrument is small enough to fit on a key chain.
HemoBioTech, Inc. announced today that Arthur Bollon, Ph.D., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of HemoBioTech, will be presenting at the nanoTX '07 Conference and Expo in Dallas, Texas on October 3, 2007.
According to a recently published BCC Research report, the global market for nanofibers increased from $40.2 million in 2005 to $43.2 million in 2006 with sales reaching an estimated $48.0 million by the end of 2007. It should reach $176 million in 2012.