The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Texas at Austin (UT) has purchased three Rigaku X-ray Diffraction (XRD) instruments to establish a Cyber-Enabled Teaching/Research X-ray Diffraction Facility.
Today, the nanoelectronics research center IMEC and Panasonic Corporation have signed a joint research contract concerning the most advanced technologies in the semiconductor, networks, wireless, and biomedical fields.
The new offering adds industry-standard design tools and libraries to the intellectual property already available through IBM?s existing SOI development infrastructure, and allows a wide range of client designs to take advantage of SOI?s benefits.
NanoGram Corporation, a leading developer and manufacturer of advanced products and solutions for optical, electronic and energy applications, announced today that it has extended its relationship with Tokyo Electron, Ltd. from strategic investor to technology and market development partner by entering into a joint development agreement.
The xCELLigence System from Roche Applied Science enables researchers to monitor and quantitatively assess cell attachment and spreading in real-time. The technique is non-invasive and does neither require lab- and cost-intensive cell labeling nor cell lysis or fixation.
Malvern Instruments underlines its commitment to excellence in rheology with the appointment of Samiul Amin who joins the company from Unilever (Port Sunlight), where he provided the technical lead on the application of rheology in product development.
The TECNALIA Technological Corporation is leading five projects within the VII Framework Programme with regard to the simulation of cement materials, nanomaterials for building safer aircraft, communications and mobility services, efficient management of fisheries resources and new models of production.
Tegal Corporation, a leading designer and manufacturer of plasma etch and deposition systems, announced today that the Company had shipped a Tegal 200SE ICP deep reactive ion etch (DRIE) system to a leading supplier of substrates and services in the integrated circuit and MEMS sensor markets.
Nicast, developer of medical devices made of electrospun nanofabric, announced today that it will introduce the NovaMesh for the treatment of ventral hernias at Medica 2008 in Germany, November 19-22, 2008.
JPK Instruments, a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instruments for the life science and soft matter sectors, has been singled out as the fastest-growing company in the nanotechnology industry for the second year in a row.