PANalytical is the only supplier of analytical X-ray systems that also develops and produces its own X-ray tubes, which are an essential part of the instrumentation. The ultramodern Eindhoven facility has been built to further strengthen and exploit this technological advantage.
The new Leica DFC365 FX digital microscope camera from Leica Microsystems combines exceptional image quality with very high temporal resolution for rapid time-lapse recordings. The Leica DFC365 FX is setting new standards in its class enabling researchers to work efficiently, even with weakly fluorescing specimens.
Nanobiotix, a company developing cancer novel nanotherapeutics, announced today that its lead compound NBTXR3 has received the formal authorization from the French Medicine Agency, AFSSAPS1, to start the first clinical trial.
With this advance, researchers and manufacturers have the opportunity to now incorporate Quantum Materials Tetrapod Quantum Dots into new state-of-the-art electronics products that require industrial scale amounts of material.
4D LABS, a research institute for innovation in the design, development, demonstration and delivery of advanced materials research at Simon Fraser University (SFU), and Cambridge NanoTech announced today a strategic partnership as they work together to develop new and novel precursor applications for real world use.
Precision Flow Technologies (PFT), a global provider of design and manufacturing outsourcing solutions, has expanded its gas handling equipment product line to include a full range of UHP bulk chemical delivery equipment, slurry blend and dispense systems, chemical metrology, and SCADA.
Fibron Technologies, Inc. has announced the formation of Finano Ltd. Oy, a wholly owned Finnish subsidiary, based in Helsinki, Finland. The company has been established for the purpose of developing advanced manufacturing capabilities for Fibron and providing a footprint for Fibron's expansion in Europe.
After a Europe-wide tender process, the Helmholtz Centre Berlin for Materials and Energy awarded the order for two depositions systems of the type A600V7 to Leybold Optics GmbH, Germany. The systems are to be supplied to the Competence Centre for Thin Film and Nanotechnology for Photovoltaic Berlin.