ON Semiconductor, a premier global supplier of high performance silicon solutions for energy efficient electronics, has joined the multi-partner, industrial research and development program at imec, a leading nanoelectronics research center, to collaborate on the development of next-generation Gallium Nitride on silicon power devices.
The objective of this follow-on agreement is to finalise the design and manufacture of a light emitting diode (LED) light incorporating Nanoco quantum dots for retro-fitting in commercial, residential and other settings.
Showa Denko has developed printable silver nanowire ink for the manufacture of electronic devices jointly with Professor Katsuaki Suganuma of Osaka University. When the ink is used in combination with Photonic Curing process technology, highly stable, transparent conductive patterns can be formed on flexible films.
This partnership of relevant stakeholders aims to identify key areas of nanomedicine with novel concepts for translation of nanomedical innovations into clinical practice. The project called Nanomed2020 started on 1st September 2012 and has duration of 18 months.
PI, a leading manufacturer of piezo positioning equipment has released a new catalog on piezoelectric motors. The 70 page brochure covers three different types of piezo motors - inertial motors, often referred to as stick slip motors, ultrasonic motors and stepping (walk) type motors.
The Tecnalia technology corporation, along with a group of Basque SMEs, are developing new types of fire-resistant nanomaterials for the construction and electricity sectors which incorporate new fire retardant systems which are halogen free and more environmentally friendly.
Researchers sponsored by Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) today announced that they have developed a new laser-based method for ultra-fast anneal of thin photoresist films used to transfer semiconductor patterns onto silicon wafers.
Samsung Electronics, Co., Ltd., a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology solutions, announced foundry production of STMicroelectronics' leading products using 32/28nm High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) process technology.
Biodico, Inc. and LamdaGen Corporation have announced a collaboration whereby LamdaGen's nano-based Meta-Catalytic Surface technology will be integrated into Biodico's Research & Development programs for biomass-based diesel, combined heat and power, and biochemicals.