Leonardo Biosystems, Inc., an emerging drug delivery company, announced today that it has received the second half of a $2.5 million award from the Texas Emerging Technology Fund (TETF). The initial investment tranche was received in April 2010.
IBIS is a precision nanoindentation tester offering traceable calibration, robust design, closed loop operation, solid theoretical base, and unmatched accuracy, reliability and price. IBIS Nanoindentation Tester is compatible with ISO14577 and a range of models are available to suit all budgets.
NT-MDT will hold a workshop on high resolution visualization and quantitative studies of local surface properties with AFM, topics will include insight on techniques related to Kelvin Force Microscopy (KFM) and dielectric measurements, nanomechanical studies and AFM Confocal Raman.
Leica Microsystems, a world leading provider of microscopy systems and total histology solutions, today announced that it has acquired the microscopy and histopathology business of Labindia Instruments Pvt. Ltd., a leading solutions and service provider in India.
Hitachi High-Technologies, a cutting-edge technology company of science and medical systems, and Park Systems, the leading nanotechnology solutions partner for nanoscale measurements, have announced that they have signed a distribution agreement for Japan.
Started exactly 4 months ago, the expansion of Aculons laboratory facility on Sorrento Valley Road in San Diego effectively doubles the amount of laboratory space available for research and production of cutting edge surface modification treatments.
On the day of its 10th anniversary, the Kazan-based Danaflex group of companies has opened a new factory where Danaflex-Nano, a RUSNANO project company, will use a proprietary nanotechnology process to manufacture improved flexible packaging material.
Magma's digital and analog IC design solutions enabled the delivery of the highest energy efficiency of any floating point processor array solution to date, with ground-breaking performance of 70 GFLOPS/Watt.
Bruker Corporation and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) today announced a collaboration to develop and distribute new structural biology methods and tools to integrate Small-Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). The goal of this collaboration is to develop a set of integrated SAXS and NMR data analysis algorithms for determining the structures of larger multi-domain proteins and protein complexes with DNA, RNA or other proteins.
Novellus Systems announced today that the company has developed new ceramic hard mask materials for use in sub-22nm patterning applications. Deposited using Novellus' industry-leading VECTOR plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) platform, the new materials allow for the controlled incorporation of dopants into the company's family of silicon carbide and silicon nitride films.
SEMATECH, a global consortium of chipmakers, announced today that Applied Seals North America, Inc., a leading provider of elastomeric sealing for the semiconductor, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and solar industries, has joined SEMATECH's Mask Blank Defect Reduction program at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) of the University at Albany.
Rapid, contactless and non-destructive testing of solar cells should lead to higher average solar cell efficiency and improved yield as manufacturers look to optimize production process and ramp up volume.
What is the size of a gambling die, zips around a microscope stage at 2mm/s but can stop on a dime with nanometer precision, then manipulate and probe anything from biological cells to semiconductors, MEMs or LEDs? They are the new "miBots" from Imina Technologies.