sp3 Diamond Technologies, Inc. (sp3), a leading supplier of diamond products, equipment and services, today introduced its newest hot-filament chemical vapor deposition (CVD) diamond reactor, the Model 665. The new dual-chamber system can accommodate up to eighteen 100 mm-diameter substrates at a time, representing a 100 percent increase in deposition area over the company's single chamber model.
The Western Hemisphere's first high-temperature (1500 degrees C) continuous production microwave furnace is now fully functional at New York's NanoMaterials Innovation Center (NMIC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Alfred Technology Resources, Inc. (ATRI).
BIND Biosciences announced today the presentation of its Medicinal Nanoengineering platform at the ACS National Meeting, including results from preclinical studies on its lead nanomedicine drug , BIND-014, scheduled to enter clinical trials later this year.
Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc. today announced the release of its Application Kit designed to give original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) the ability to apply its advanced lithium-titanate battery systems in a test environment simulating real-world operating conditions.
Arrowhead Research Corporation today announced that Dr. Mauro Ferrari has joined the Company's Board of Directors. Dr. Ferrari has served as Arrowhead's Scientific Advisory Chairman since 2008 and is regarded as a thought leader and pioneer of nanomedicine.
Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology reported last week that a new test for ovarian cancer was demonstrated to be 99% to 100% accurate over 100 patient samples examined in initial trials. The test utilizes a new diagnostic technique involving mass spectrometry of a single drop of blood serum.
Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance, the leading supplier of low-field benchtop nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) technology, offers a range of GeoSpec rock analyzers including the MARAN Ultra. The University of Oklahoma uses a total of seven of these instruments in undergraduate education and research.
The ability to examine biological samples with both electron microscopy and light microscopy using a single instrument and switching between the two with a single mouse click is garnering top honors for the JEOL ClairScope.