The Hiden CATLAB thermal microreactor system is just released with the new CATsoft LabVIEW-based operating program to further optimise and simplify operation in both Quality Control and R+D applications.
NanoSight, leading manufacturers of unique nanoparticle characterization technology, reports the new publication in one of the most cited peer reviewed journals in nanoscience and nanotechnology, NanoMedicine.
AIXTRON SE today announces a formal cooperation agreement between AIXTRON and the Suzhou Institute of Nano-tech and Nano-bionics (SINANO), China to establish a brand new MOCVD training and demo facility to train its Chinese customers and potential customers' engineers.
Verigy, an Advantest Group company and a global supplier of innovative test solutions, announced today that Advantest Corporation completed its acquisition of Verigy in an all-cash transaction, estimated to be approximately $1.1 billion.
PicoCal announces completion of NSF funded research with a number of new products, patents, publications of innovative devices for topographical imaging, thermomechanical analysis, the study of local mechanical properties and high throughput applications.
The 20/20 XL is designed to work with large scale samples, such as 300 mm wafers, to measure thin film thickness as well as the Raman spectra of microscopic sampling areas. The 20/20 XL also offers UV microscopy, a full spectroscopy suite as well as either manual or automated operation.
Siltronic AG and the Belgian nano-electronics research institute imec have concluded an agreement to collaborate on the development of silicon wafers with a gallium nitride layer as partner of imec's GaN-on-Si industrial affiliation program (IIAP). The endeavor aims to enable production of solid-state lighting (e.g. LEDs) and power semiconductors of the next generation on 200 mm silicon wafers.
To help ensure optimum instrument performance and maintain a consistently cool environment without adding air turbulence, JEOL, a global supplier of ultrahigh resolution electron microscopes, has developed a unique radiant cooling system for the instrument laboratory.
SouthWest NanoTechnologies Inc. (SWeNT), a leading manufacturer of single-wall and specialty multi-wall carbon nanotubes, has been awarded a two-year, $500,000 grant from the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology. This grant will fund SWeNT's development of semiconducting inks, based on its single-wall carbon nanotube technology, suitable for printing thin film transistors.