The Sysmex Flow Particle Image Analyzer FPIA-3000 from Malvern Instruments is proving to be the ideal tool for monitoring the deterioration of abrasive slurries used in the wire saw cutting process in solar cell production.
nLIGHT Corporation announced today the availability of very large mode area, low numerical aperture, all erbium fibers manufactured using its proprietary Direct Nanoparticle Deposition active fiber production technology.
Micron Technology, Inc., today announced it has worked with Sun Microsystems, Inc., to develop a new single-level cell (SLC) enterprise NAND technology that dramatically extends the lifespan of flash-based storage for enterprise applications.
The eTEG Thermoelectric Power Generation Evaluation Kit provides customers with an easy to use first evaluation solution for assessment of Nextreme's power generation technology. The kit eliminates the need for a sophisticated laboratory set up and requires only modest equipment to measure the power generated by Nextreme?s eTEG UPF40 devices.
LayTec is currently developing the product for in-line monitoring of thin-film solar cell production processes. The upcoming sensor systems will measure the thickness of all functional layers and provide information on optical properties of the layer materials as well as surface roughness and formation of interdiffusion regions between layers.
Less than a year after launching a $5 million research and development program at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering of the University at Albany, global technology firm Atotech will locate newly-created executive positions overseeing worldwide and U.S. sales at its growing operation at CNSE's Albany NanoTech Complex.
Living Cell Technologies Limited today announced that the Company has commenced a research agreement with Centocor Research and Development, Inc. Through this agreement, Centocor will have access to LCT?s proprietary encapsulation technology.
Invitrogen today announced the introduction of two reagent solutions to simplify genomic and transcriptome analysis on next-generation, high-throughput genomic analysis platforms. Both solutions provide basic and clinical researchers with an innovative workflow that greatly reduces the time, cost, and experimental variability associated with next-generation sequencing library preparation.
Starting in 2008, Nanion's Port-a-Patch is being used in education and research at the Institute for Biomolecular Systems and Bioelectronics, Department of Physics at the Technical University of Munich.
HamaTech Advanced Process Equipment, a member of the Singulus Group and an established market leader of semiconductor equipment, today announced the release of the HMxSquare, a new photomask processing system with 20 years of proven results.
Developed with H+V's HVision technology platform, the material sets a new performance standard for a broad array of air filtration media, liquid filtration media, and performance barrier nonwoven applications.
Heidelberg Instruments announced the sale of a table top maskless laser patterning systemto the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Maryland, USA. The system will be used for prototyping and fabrication of various BIOMEMS devices and other advanced biomedical applications.