SVTC Technologies today announced a partnership with Entrepix, Inc., to provide 300 mm chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) development and production services for customers who use the Tool Access Program (TAP) at the SVTC fab in Austin, Texas.
Alvand Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of mixed-signal ASIC and IP solutions, today announced the production-readiness of the industry's lowest power, smallest die-area analog-to-digital converter intellectual property for advanced digital TV, digital imaging and wireless LAN applications.
RainDance Technologies, Inc., a provider of innovative microdroplet-based solutions for human health and disease research, today announced the commercial release of its Sequence Enrichment Solution for sales in North America.
Nanogen, Inc., developer of molecular and rapid diagnostic products, announced today that it has signed a licensing and supply agreement with Scandinavian Gene Synthesis (SGS) for use of the Company?s proprietary MGB Probe technology and synthetic nucleic acid chemistries including dyes and quenchers for use in human in vitro diagnostic testing.
Royal Philips Electronics announced that it is leading a major new European project to develop drug delivery technologies that could significantly impact the treatment of cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Mirna Therapeutics a wholly owned subsidiary of Asuragen, Inc., and The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Science Park Research Center in Smithville have entered into a collaboration to investigate microRNAs in human prostate cancer.
EV Group today announced that Sweden-based Silex Microsystems, the world's largest independent MEMS foundry, has placed a major follow-on order for its GEMINI automated bond cluster, EVG 6200NT mask and bond aligner and EVG301 mask cleaner.
The Houston Technology Center (HTC), a non-profit business accelerator that assists Houston-based emerging technology companies, announces that Bill Crow has joined the HTC as a nanotechnology entrepreneur-in-residence.
Through its applications group, JEOL USA offers support for tomography comprised of three software packages: SerialEM and IMOD, both developed at the University of Colorado (Boulder), and Chimera, which was developed at the University of California San Francisco.