The LRV-17 is built from Arovex, a carbon fiber nanocomposite system (carbon fiber reinforced plastic enhanced with carbon nanotubes or CFRP-CNT) that reduces structural weight, allowing for more efficient fuel usage and increased range.
The seven-year fund launches with a $53m commitment from its LPs with a target fund size of $150m. Its remit will be to invest in international nanotechnology that has applications of value within the Russian Federation, with a focus on the resource sector as well as water and agriculture.
Bosch awarded its first round of research grants totaling nearly $1 million and also provided funds for over 40 internships, strengthening its long-standing investment in the development of energy-efficient technologies, as well as its support of leading U.S. universities.
mPhase Technologies, Inc. and Stevens Institute of Technology have announced an official agreement to jointly pursue business opportunities with government and industry as well as research and development projects.
Company's recently developed low cost fabrication process was applied successfully using commercially available equipment from Panasonic for the precise creation of 3D light trapping and light converting nanostructures on a silicon wafer.
As part of its ongoing expansion, Asylum Research, the technology leader in scanning probe and atomic force microscopy (SPM/AFM), announced today that it has appointed ATSL, Advanced Technological Solutions Ltd., as its exclusive distributor in Israel.
IEMN has joined Digital Surf's Mount Shasta technical cooperation programme with internationally reputed laboratories engaged in scientific research. One of the core areas of research at IEMN is the physics of nanostructures and quantum devices.
Intermolecular, Inc. has announced an ongoing project with King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) for the enhancement of copper-indium-gallium-diselenide (CIGS) thin film photovoltaic manufacturing technology.
The Archetto 3 is a table-top system for interference lithography that is compact, simple to operate, and most importantly - with a price tag of ten of thousands instead of millions of dollars - low cost.