SKi Pro 3D biomolecular interaction analysis platform by Silicon Kinetics Inc. has been recognized as the Most Innovative Product in the 'Diagnostics and Research Tools' category in the 21st Annual Most Innovative New Product Awards by CONNECT.
Toshiba Corporation, IBM, and AMD today announced that they have together developed a Static Random Access Memory (SRAM) cell that has an area of only 0.128 square micrometers, the world?s smallest functional SRAM cell that makes use of fin-shaped Field Effect Transistors (FinFETs).
California's Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), the state stem cell agency, has awarded Fluidigm Corporation and Stemgent, Inc. a grant to develop a cell culture chip (C2C) and support system that will help researchers accelerate stem cell research in California.
Epeius Biotechnologies Corporation has received two additional European patents for the platform targeting technologies and molecular designs that enable precision gene delivery to primary cancers and metastatic lesions that have spread throughout the body.
Virage Logic Corporation today announced the expansion of its silicon proven 40-nanometer (nm) embedded memory compiler and logic library product portfolio with new availability for low power (LP) processes.
Selah Technologies announced today that the company has appointed five members to its Advisory Board to help steward the company through its continued growth. The newly appointed Advisory Board members are Bob Strazzella, Buddy Thompson, Hayne Hipp, Jim Self and David Cornelius.
The Spectrum(TM) 400 FT-IR/FT-FIR is an advanced dual-range spectrometer that combines mid-infrared (IR) and far-infrared (FIR) spectroscopy in a single instrument. With automatic beamsplitter changeover, it offers flexible performance for advanced research and industrial laboratories.
In 2008 the company?s research and development budget is at around EUR 2.8 billion. This represents the biggest R+D budget in Germany in the chemical and pharmaceutical sector - and amounts to about five percent of all research and development spending by German industry as a whole.
NanoViricides, Inc. said that Anil R. Diwan, Ph.D., Company President, was invited to present a lecture on nanomedicines and nanoviricides at the International Conference on Nano-Materials and Applications (ICNAMA-2008) held by Shivaji University, Kolhapur, India.
This new instrument can detect and identify compounds in amounts smaller than two trillionths of a gram (2 picograms), making the Agilent 6230 a powerful tool for food safety, toxicology and other measurements where minute amounts of compounds must be identified.
The new division will utilize Dip Pen Nanolithography nanofabrication techniques, in combination with proprietary detection systems, to produce uniquely sensitive assays for protein discovery and identification.