Cleanfield, along with its partners McMaster University, Zhejiang University and Hyperion Shanghai Drive Technology Co. Ltd., were recently awarded an International Science and Technology Partnerships Program (ISTPP) grant, with an objective to further develop a new photovoltaic (PV) nanowire solar cell based on low cost substrates initially intended for the rapidly expanding concentrator photovoltaic market.
This process is based on a technique to synthesize continuously large-scale, extra-fine, and long CNTs of high purity with three walls on an average, and is expected to enhance the speed for practical use of CNTs in all fields.
Nanolane, specialised in the development and commercialisation of nanomaterials characterisation systems, is bringing out an innovative measurement solution - Sarfus Mapping Lite - that fits in with any optical microscope setup functioning with reflected light.
SUSS MicroTec a leading supplier of equipment and process solutions for the semiconductor industry and related markets and GenISys GmbH, provider of high-performance software solutions for nano scale fabrication, today announced a cooperation agreement to combine the SUSS MicroTec mask aligner tools with the GenISys simulation software Layout LAB.
MCLR has commissioned the first Russian-based production of substrates and panels for electronic devices. The new plant's entry into production is a significant step in the partnership between RUSNANO and an Israeli high-tech company.
Ceres Technologies, a global provider of branded process critical support equipment to the semiconductor and solar industries, has expanded its position in the photovoltaic equipment manufacturing supply chain with the recent purchase of certain technology and product assets of the CIGS system business formerly operated by Veeco Instruments Inc.
With the introduction of the UHFLI, Zurich Instruments is broadening its support of high-end research in the fields of quantum and nanophysics, sensors and actuators, laser spectroscopy, and bio-engineering.
New generation of sequencing technology uses nanopores to deliver ultra long read length single molecule sequence data, at competitive accuracy, on scalable electronic GridION platform. Miniaturised version of technology, MinION, will make nanopore sequencing universally accessible.