Xanofi, a nanotech company specializing in nanofiber applications, announces a new platform for nanofiber production with their commercial XanoShear machine. The world's first production unit is now fully operational and currently being optimized for high yield production.
With this advancement, Quantum Materials Corp. Tetrapod Quantum Dots can be produced with a quantum yield greater than 80%, a brightness that increases the performance of this fluorescent marker alternative in biological assays and other applications.
Leading measurement instrument supplier Advantest Corporation has introduced its new Multi-Vision Metrology Scanning Electron Microscope, the Wafer MVM-SEM E3310, which measures fine-pitch patterns on a wide range of wafer types with unparalleled accuracy, utilizing Advantest's proprietary electron beam scanning technology.
Advantest Corporation today announced that it has developed a new EB (electron beam) lithography system, the F7000, with superior resolution performance meeting the requirements for 1Xnm technology nodes.
Berkeley Design Automation, Inc., provider of the world's fastest nanometer circuit verification, today announced the availability of Analog FastSPICE AMS which delivers the industry's simplest, fastest, most-accurate verification of today's complex nanometer-scale mixed-signal circuits.
NanoSight, leading manufacturers of unique nanoparticle characterization technology, reports on the breakthrough cancer metastasis research of Dr. Hector Peinado Selgas and Dr. David Lyden's research team from Weill Cornell Medical College.
In addition to graphene, the company has begun offering liquid suspensions of atomically thin molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), tungsten disulfide (WS2) - both transition metal dichalcogenides - and boron nitride (BN) through its online store.
Imec announced today that Tokyo Electron, a leading supplier of semiconductor production equipment and imec have further extended their collaboration. The new agreement comprises jointresearch and development on advanced STT-MRAM (spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random access memory) within imec's research and development program on emerging memory technologies.
CANON ANELVA Corp., a leading supplier of processing equipment for the semiconductor device manufacturing industry, and the Belgian nanoelectronics research center imec will collaborate on advanced STT-MRAM (spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random access memory) research and development.