The new Queensland Microtechnology Facility at Griffith University has ordered a Gamma sputtering system from Surrey NanoSystems, to support commercially-backed research into advanced semiconductor devices.
Medigus, a leading developer of endoscopic and visualization medical devices, and Tower Semiconductor, a leading global specialty foundry, today announced successful sampling of a new CMOS imager that will serve in Medigus' line of disposable miniature cameras and its new medical devices camera; the smallest of its kind in the world, designated to be incorporated into disposable endoscopes or used in various diagnostic and surgical medical applications.
Photon Technology International (PTI), a known innovator in fluorescence with over 26 years of experience is once again expanding the frontiers of detection to attomolar levels with its new QuantaMaster 40 Spectrofluorometer.
The Institute of Microelectronics, a research institute of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research, and Maradin Technologies Ltd, an innovative display projection start-up company, today announced their collaboration to develop an innovative application-specific integrated circuits (ASIC) chip for next generation high resolution displays of portable devices.
A development team, working with over thirty years of experience in the sales, service and support of x-ray fluorescence analyzers, has recently launched a new line of XRF Analyzers. The new product line; named Quickshot XRF, focuses on providing a low-cost alternative to the current XRF systems that are available while performing with similar speed, accuracy and repeatability.
Oxford Instruments' revolutionary X-Max large area Silicon Drift Detector (SDD) is now available for the analytical TEM. The ability to handle high count rates in a liquid nitrogen free environment, combined with INCAEnergy TEM software, ensures X-Max will maximise the performance of a TEM.
The SBIR grant will be used to further accelerate technological progression of Altairnano's advanced energy storage systems and batteries. The scope of the award supports development of new cell chemistries that can perform under extremely hot conditions.
Advanced lithium-ion automotive battery producer EnerDel and the Nissan Motor Co. of Japan are teaming up to research a new generation of electrical conductive material intended to reduce cost and improve the performance of electric and hybrid vehicle batteries.
The new reference flow provides designers with a reliable, UMC-validated methodology incorporating the latest in low power techniques and model-based DFM analysis and optimization capabilities for maximum power efficiency, superior quality of results, and accelerated yield ramp for advanced node designs.