A workshop on aberration corrected electron microscopy was sponsored recently by Carl Zeiss at Harvard University. The workshop attendance was unexpectedly high. Organizers had to move the roughly 100 attendees to a much larger lecture hall than originally planned.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has launched the Thermo Scientific Lumina, a new research-grade dual-monochromator scanning fluorescence spectrometer that offers a new level of clarity in fluorescence measurement.
Rite Track, Inc., a leading semiconductor equipment supplier based in West Chester, Ohio announced today that it has signed an agreement to act as the sole distributor for Expertech diffusion furnace products, parts and services in Asia.
Ahead of the Printed Electronics Summit on May 10-11, delegates have begun registering from 3 different continents, and the show is ramping up to be a collection of all the leading executives in the printed electronics industry. The focus? Commercialization today.
API Technologies Corp., a prime contractor in sophisticated electronics, highly engineered systems, secure communications and electronic components and subsystems to the global defense and aerospace industries, today announced that it is closing its nanotechnology research and development subsidiary.
NanoGuardian, a division of NanoInk that delivers brand protection solutions to defend against illegal diversion and counterfeiting, announced today that it entered into a license agreement with Capsugel, a division of Pfizer and the global leader in providing capsule-based drug delivery systems, that gives Capsugel global access to NanoGuardian's NanoEncryption technology for the protection of capsule-based medications against counterfeiting and illegal diversion.
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.