A delegation from the Russian Nanotechnology Corporation will arrive in the U.S. later on Monday to take part in the Nanotech 2009 conference, the corporation has said.
The delegation, led by Rosnano Director Anatoly Chubais, will hold talks with the world's largest high-tech companies, Intel, Hewlett-Packard and others.
The NanoFabrication Systems Division of NanoInk announced an agreement with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign whereby NanoInk gains access to technology contained in several patents dealing with fabrication of molded tip arrays.
CAP-XX Limited, developer of the supercapacitor-driven BriteFlash Power Architecture, today announced availability of supercapacitor-optimized LED flash drivers from several power management integrated circuit companies to facilitate design of high-power LED flash units for high-resolution camera phones and digital cameras.
Today, American Trim, Ohio State University and General Motors demonstrated, in real time, the actual production of a fuel cell bipolar plate before a group of collaborators and media at American Trim's Research and Development Facility in Lima, Ohio.
Phlo Corporation announced today that one of its affiliates has signed an agreement in principle with S.B. Books, Inc. providing for a license of the Company's Nanoscale Particle Complex Technology to SB for use in products such as liquid chews and energy shots, tongue strips, sprays, and mists.
Axentis Pharma of Zurich, Switzerland announced today that this sought-after designation has been granted to its product candidate Fluidosomes-tobramycin, a therapeutic that will soon be tested in Phase II clinical trials.
Evergreen Solar, Inc., a manufacturer of String Ribbon solar power products with its proprietary, low-cost silicon wafer technology, today announced it has entered into a frame agreement with Jiawei Solar (Wuhan) Co. and the Wuhan Donghu New Technology Development Zone Management Committee which calls for a significant expansion of String Ribbon wafer manufacturing in Wuhan, China.
Advanced Solar Photonics, (ASP), the cutting-edge developer of laser marking, scribing, edge deletion and edge isolation systems for the solar industry, has increased the product line for its previously announced SolarFAB project in Lake Mary, Florida to include not only thin film, but also mono-crystalline solar modules.
SpectraFluidics Inc., a company that specializes in developing trace level chemical detection technology, recently expanded its relationship with the U.S. Army to develop the next generation of handheld explosive detectors.