Following the great success of Oxford Instruments' seminar in Bangalore last December, the company has planned two more seminars to be held this year in India. BTNT 2013 will be held at Mohali in association with Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali, Institute of Nano Science and Technology, and at Mumbai in association with Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. The seminars will focus on cutting edge nanotechnology tools and their use in multiple fields.
Sol Voltaics announced it has completed a total of $15.6 Million in fresh funding by adding $9.4 Million in an equity round to the $6.2 Million Swedish Energy Agency loan to take its Solink nanomaterial for increasing the performance and energy output of solar panels into pilot production.
Graphene Frontiers, a company developed through the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Technology Transfer, has been awarded a $744,600 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop roll-to-roll production of graphene.
An improved broad-spectrum anti-HIV nanoviricide that inhibited two distinctly different types of HIV-1 viruses equally well has been identified. This drug candidate also exhibited a very large therapeutic index.
Entegris, Inc., a leader in contamination control and materials handling technologies for highly advanced manufacturing environments, and SEMATECH announced they have partnered to move forward the development of advanced nanoscale particle removal processes and cleaning technologies for next-generation wafers and devices.
Contact Resonance (CR) enables high resolution, quantitative imaging of both elastic storage modulus and viscoelastic loss modulus. The technique is particularly well suited for characterizing moderate to high modulus materials in the range of about 1GPa to 200GPA for materials such as composites, thin films, biomaterials, polymer blends, and even ceramics and metals.
Quantum Materials announced today it has shipped Tetrapod Quantum Dots in sample quantities to a diversified leading Asian-based electronics manufacturer. Quantum Materials recently developed tetrapod quantum dots to meet the client's performance specifications.
Azaya Therapeutics Inc., a clinical-stage oncology company developing more effective cancer treatments through its nanotechnology platform, announced an exclusive license with CANbridge Life Sciences, in Beijing, China, to develop and commercialize Azaya's lead compound, ATI-1123, for non-small cell lung cancer in China, South Korea and Taiwan.
The eBeam Initiative, a forum dedicated to the education and promotion of new semiconductor manufacturing approaches based on electron beam (eBeam) technologies, today announced the completion of the second annual eBeam Initiative survey. 28 member companies from across the photomask supply chain participated in the survey.