NanoSight, the UK nanoparticle characterization company, announces the release of a new super-sensitive system to compliment their range of instruments for imaging and sizing nanoparticles in liquid suspension.
The high performance controller enables precise laser alignment in critical applications including advanced scientific research, semiconductor metrology and lithography, material processing, medical diagnostics and surgery, and aerospace and defense systems.
The leading provider of stamps for nanoimprint lithography, NIL Technology, and IMS Chips, announced at the NILCOM meeting, January 8th, in Schaerding, Austria that they have started a collaboration on the fabrication of stamps for nanoimprint lithography (NIL) by combining their electron beam lithography (EBL) expertises.
AIXTRON AG announced today that in the fourth quarter 2008 the Institute of Nuclear Energy Research (INER), based at Taoyuan, Taiwan, ordered an AIX 2800G4 Planetary Reactor system for the production of Germanium / III-V based solar cells.
Arrowhead Research Corporation announced today that its majority owned subsidiary, Unidym, Inc., has closed its Houston, Texas operation in order to consolidate its carbon nanotube production capabilities with the rest of its operations in California's Silicon Valley.
Shocking Technologies, Inc., a leader in the development and application of Voltage Switchable Dielectric materials, will showcase its XStatic ESD solution for the PWB and package substrate industry at the Nepcon World Japan 2009 Trade Show and Conference, January 28th-30th.
Oerlikon signed an agreement to sell the Esec Business Unit to the Dutch company BE Semiconductor Industries NV. In a separate transaction, Oerlikon expects to agree a management buyout of the Etch business from Oerlikon Systems.
AFP users that require testing in heated environments are now able to perform fault isolation techniques at elevated temperatures, mimicking the harsh conditions their companies final products will face.
Bayer MaterialScience has begun work on the construction of a new facility for the production of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) in Chempark Leverkusen. The new plant will have a capacity of 200 tons/year, making it the largest of its kind in the world.
Nano-C, Inc., leading developer of nanostructured carbon materials, today announced that Massachusetts Institute of Technology?s Dr. Michael Strano, a renowned carbon nanotube scientist and among the top 1% of highly cited researchers, has joined Nano-C's Scientific Advisory Board.