Peratech Limited, a leader in new materials designed for touch technology solutions, has announced that they have been commissioned by the MIT Media Lab to develop a new type of electronic 'skin' that enables robotic devices to detect not only that they have been touched but also where and how hard the touch was.
Natcore Technology Inc. today announced that it has reached agreement with a consortium in China to form a joint venture company to develop and manufacture film-growth equipment and materials using Natcore's proprietary Liquid Phase Deposition (LPD) technology.
Molecular Imprints, Inc., a market and technology leader for nanopatterning systems and solutions, today introduced the NuTera HD7000 - its next-generation Jet and Flash Imprint Lithography platform for the hard disk drive industry.
Lumerical has donated ten FDTD Solutions Engine licenses to the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network Computation Project. The joint capabilities of the 224 core HPC system and the donated licenses, freely accessible to NNIN members, promise to speed nanophotonics design efforts across the United States.
Under the terms of the agreements, EMB will acquire a license from Lonza on two key products: the Lonza Development Microreactor (process development) and Lonza Advanced Production Microreactors (manufacturing).
AIXTRON AG today announced that its next generation MOCVD Platform AIX G5 HT has demonstrated high quality GaN deposition at very high growth rates and high pressure above 600mbar and superior GaN/InGaN uniformities.
Specializing in advanced contamination control and microenvironment solutions, Entegris (Booth 120) will present new technical papers and showcase its product portfolio for addressing the most prevalent production challenges in advanced lithography applications.
Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. (FMA) has introduced the MB86R02 'Jade D' SoC, which incorporates the Fujitsu MB86296 'Coral' graphics processor unit (GPU) with the powerful 32-bit ARM926EJ-S CPU core.
North Dakota State University, Fargo, and Triton Systems, Inc., a Massachusetts-based materials products company, have announced a research partnership and Triton's plan to establish a new facility in the NDSU Research and Technology Park.
The engineers at Motion X and PI have developed a novel, laser-based system that combines Motion X's high-bandwidth autofocus sensor with PI's high-speed piezo driven PIFOC objective and Z positioners to provide a big step forward in autofocus responsiveness, stability and accuracy.