Life BioScience, Inc. (LBSI) has received a grant totaling $150,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for further development of its proprietary glass ceramic platform for next generation electronic packaging substrates.
Nanogate, a leading international nanotechnology enabler, has secured a significant initial order for its new technology platform, permaProtect Membran, which makes functional textiles for numerous different uses more hygienic and more comfortable.
In the wake of the breaking news of new findings in barrier coatings manufactured by atomic layer deposition (ALD), Beneq is developing the equipment that will take ALD firmly into the field of Roll-to-Roll industrial production.
The Institute of Microelectronics (IME), a research institute of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), today announced the launch of the Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems (MEMS) Consortium to bring together 8 MNCs and local enterprises from the MEMS supply chain in public-private sector research collaboration to grow the MEMS industry in Singapore.
A little kitchen science ended with a new approach to microwave cooking for the Boston-based firm Fractal Antenna Systems, Inc. Using a microwave oven to investigate properties of metamaterials, FRACTAL's researchers found that a layer of doily-like conductive cutouts could evenly distribute the microwaves and remove the hotspots that plague microwave cooking.
Responding to a series of news articles questioning the oversight of nanotechnology product safety, nanoTox COO Greg King said that nano-product companies will need to confront possible negative perceptions directly to avoid the kinds of public outcry experienced by bioengineered food companies in the past.
Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc., a solar technology and quantum dot manufacturing company announced today that only 18 months after licensing what has been characterized as a disruptive technology, they will be offering incentive pricing on orders for research quantities of its high purity, uniform, tetrapod quantum dots from the life sciences, academic, and other industrial research and development communities.
Berkeley Design Automation Inc., provider of the Analog FastSPICE unified circuit verification platform today announced that the Analog FastSPICE Platform qualified through TSMC's SPICE Tool Qualification Program for 28nm low-power technology.
Advanced processes for the drying and firing of solar cell metallization will be center stage at Rehm Thermal Systems' booth at the SNEC International Photovoltaic Power Generation conference and Exhibition in Shanghai May 5-7.
Maskless Lithography, Inc., a Silicon Valley startup led by a group of industry veterans, today came out of stealth mode with a brand new direct-write digital imaging technology that will raise the bar in printed circuit board (PCB) production.
Ciranova announced today it has signed a multiyear contract with CSR plc, a leading supplier of connectivity, location and audio platforms, for analog physical design automation and process design kit (PDK) technology.
Applied Quantum Technology (AQT), a leading developer of low-cost CIGS (copper-indium-gallium-diselenide) thin-film solar cells and Intevac, a leader in high-productivity manufacturing equipment today announced that they have completed a business agreement in which Intevac will provide AQT with equipment for its current and future production needs.
Dr. Hartwell is a well-known expert in cancer biology and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2001 for his ground-breaking work in cell cycle regulation. Dr. Hartwell is President of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington. His insights into cell cycle control are being used at the Hutchinson Center and elsewhere to develop treatments for cancer and other diseases.