Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today it has set two world records for photoelectric conversion efficiency in polycrystalline silicon photovoltaic (PV) cells, achieved by reducing resistive loss in the cells.
Malvern Instruments will focus on its range of analytical instrumentation for life science applications, with an emphasis on the company's comprehensive solutions for characterizing proteins and other macromolecules.
Park Systems' XE-Bio helped researchers at Stanford University discover a vulnerable step in the virus' reproduction process that in lab testing could be effectively targeted with an obsolete antihistamine.
The Supervisory Council of RUSNANO has approved a project to produce nanodrugs with targeted delivery for treatment of malignant neoplasms. Total budget for the project is 3.9 billion rubles of which RUSNANO will invest 1.299 billion rubles.
At the 2010 Mobile World Congress, GLOBALFOUNDRIES and ARM unveiled new details on their leading-edge System-on-Chip (SoC) platform technology for powering the next generation of wireless products and applications.
Nanocyl announced today it will showcase its new PLASTICYL PEEK 1001 thermoplastic concentrate, and its range of carbon nanotube technologies for composites at Nano Tech 2010, from February 17-19, in Tokyo, Japan.
GalaxyCore Microelectronics Inc., a leading CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) design company in China, today announced that it has reached a new milestone with its key foundry partner Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation and shipped 100,000 8 inch wafers.
The patented nanoparticle technology effectively solubilizes pharmaceutical compounds in fatty acids and/or fatty alcohols. The formulation achieves aqueous form after dilution with equimolar of protonating agent, thereby keeping the drug in the micelle of the fatty acid salt.