ExxonMobil Chemical announces the development of two new grades of V series co-extruded battery separator films. These new developmental grades will help make lithium-ion batteries safer than ever before for hybrid and electric vehicles, power tools and electronic devices including laptop computers.
Nanosys Inc. and QuantuMDx Group (QMDx) today announced that QMDx has signed a non-exclusive license agreement with Nanosys for several patents and patent applications related to the use of nanowires for biosensors.
Arrowhead Research Corporation announced that its Unidym, Inc. subsidiary, a leader in carbon nanotube (CNT) technology, and Continental Carbon Company, a global leader in carbon blacks, conductive blacks and carbon nanotubes, have entered into a partnership for CCC to take over Unidym?s bulk CNT materials business.
Research and Markets has announced the addition of WinterGreen Research, Inc.'s new report 'Worldwide Nanotechnology Dental Implant Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2009 to 2015' to their offering.
At ACHEMA 2009, Bruker AXS, the global market leader in X-ray Diffraction (XRD) instrumentation, introduces its next-generation D8 ADVANCE diffraction solution for the analysis of polycrystalline material by means of X-ray powder diffraction.
The new MM-16 NIR spectroscopic ellipsometer from Horiba is dedicated to thin film characterization, determining thicknesses, optical constants (n,k) and the optical bandgap of materials in the wavelength range 515-1000 nm.
Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corporation announced recently that its Investigational New Drug application for ApoB SNALP has been cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration allowing Tekmira to begin enrolling patients in a Phase 1 human clinical trial.
ZettaCore, Inc., a developer of molecular materials and technology for current and next-generation semiconductor products, today announced that it has completed raising $21 million in a Series C financing that will allow the company to bring its technology to market.
Australian nanotechnology firm NanoVentures Australia has reached agreement with one of the world?s leading fluorescent pigment manufacturers, Aron Universal of Bangalore, India, for commercial development of its proprietary nanopigment technology.
The company will be sponsoring the forthcoming meeting on Emerging applications of Engineered Nano-Structures, presented by The Thames Valley Members Group of The Institution of Chemical Engineers on Wednesday May 20th at 18.30, to be held at the School of Engineering, University of Oxford.