Nanoco Group plc, a world leader in the development and manufacture of cadmium-free quantum dots and other nanomaterials, announces that it has recently won three grants from the UK Government totalling GBP736,000.
Toronto based Integran Technologies Inc. has announced the commercial launch of its novel nanostructured multilayer coating technology which provides unprecedented design flexibility in applying unique structural and functional enhancements to a wide variety of finished and semi-finished components including metals, polymers and polymer composites.
HRL scientists have demonstrated the world's first graphene-based square-law millimeter detectors with the highest linear dynamic range ever measured in semiconductor detectors - a revolutionary advancement in electronics that could lead to unprecedented capabilities in high-bandwidth communications, imaging and radar systems.
Researchers at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville are utilizing the Talysurf CCI Lite optical 3D profiler from AMETEK Taylor Hobson to measure next-generation photovoltaic cells made from lower-cost materials that offer substantially improved energy conversion efficiencies.
Angstron Materials Inc., will demonstrate its capability to produce ultra-thin graphene along with its technology advances for applications in graphene-based thermal dissipation sheets, nano-composites and other uses.
At the Microscopy & Microanalysis conference 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona, Carl Zeiss Microscopy introduced an extension of its Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope (FE-SEM) platform MERLIN. Customers can now choose between the systems MERLIN Compact, MERLIN VP Compact and MERLIN and configure them individually.
Agar Scientific, a leading supplier of microscopy accessories and consumables, reports on the range of reference and calibration standards available for scanning electron microscopes manufactured by Micro-Analysis Consultants.
Three Ocean Optics instruments have completed their eight month journey to Mars to study soil composition as part of the ChemCam mission. NASA's Mars Science Lab rover, Curiosity, was launched last November carrying customized Ocean Optics HR2000 spectrometers.