JPK Instruments, a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instrumentation for research in life sciences and soft matter, reports on the work from the Pharmaceutical Sciences Department of the Medical School at the University of Nebraska. The Department has selected the JPK ForceRobot 300 system to extend their studies applying atomic force microscopy, AFM, in the measurement of single molecule force spectroscopy.
NanoInk's Nano BioDiscovery Division announced today the launch of a new instrument system for nanoscale protein analysis and discovery. Coupling powerful array deposition techniques with the latest generation of fluorescent detection technologies, the NanoArray Assay System is a user friendly, affordable desktop unit that can quickly and cost-effectively integrate into any proteomic lab.
Samsung Electronics, Co., Ltd., a global leader in advanced semiconductor solutions, today announced that its foundry business, Samsung Foundry, has qualified 28nm low-power (LP) process with High-k Metal Gate (HKMG) technology and is ready for risk production.
In a move to accelerate applications of a novel cancer detection and treatment technology, Manhattan Scientifics today announced that it has acquired all of Senior Scientific, LLC and its affiliate Scientific Nanomedicine Inc.
Cadence Design Systems, Inc., a leader in global electronic design innovation, today outlined the technologies and steps required to move the industry to advanced node design, with a particular focus on 20-nanometer and 28-nanometer design, at the Design Automation Conference (DAC), being held June 5-9.
The technology addresses the test challenges involved as electronics companies increasingly turn to 3D-ICs as a way to increase circuit density and achieve better performance at lower power dissipation for mobile and other applications where space is at a premium.
SuVolta, Inc. and Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited today announced that Fujitsu Semiconductor has licensed SuVolta's innovative PowerShrink low-power CMOS technology. Working together, the companies have verified the technology and begun joint development activities for the commercialization of the technology. Fujitsu Semiconductor will make the technology available at 65nm process technology.
Shrink Nanotechnologies, Inc. and BlackBox Semiconductor, Inc. announced the execution of the share exchange whereby 100% of the equity interests of BlackBox Semiconductor, Inc. (the Nevada company) were sold to BlackBox Semiconductor, Inc. (the publicly traded Delaware company).
Pyrograf Products was recently issued a Consent Order by the US Environmental Protection Agency allowing the sale of Pyrograf-III Carbon Nanotubes for commercial scale applications. This makes Pyrograf Products the first and only domestic supplier to be granted a consent order for direct sale of stacked-cup carbon nanotubes.
CelluForce will manufacture nanocrystalline cellulose, a recyclable and renewable nanomaterial, that will be commercialized throughout the world. The new company's identity was developed to reflect both the origin of the nanomaterial, extracted from tree cellulose, and one of the multiple properties of the product to be sold by the new company.