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Toshiba Licenses IMEC's Processor Technology

IMEC, Europe's leading independent nanoelectronics research institute today announced that Toshiba, world-leading integrated device manufacturer, has licensed IMEC technology for designing power-efficient, flexible processors in a single- and multiprocessor architecture.

Oct 13th, 2008

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Hazardous Substance Testing Possible with Low-Cost XRF Analyzer

Initially developed for precious metal testing applications the EDX-3000 has grown in popularity throughout that industry. It is commonly used to perform identification of unknown metals, alloy verification, gold purity analysis and various related tests. With the addition of an HS-Package (collimator and filters package) the EDX-3000 can provide the sensitivity required to meet the detection limits of various toxic metals regulations.

Oct 13th, 2008

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Artificial Nanotechnology Trees to Power Cars and Homes

More powerful than wind farms, more efficient than solar panels and more practical and aesthetically pleasing than both. Solar Botanic is a company which harvests the energy of the sun and wind by incorporating established science into an innovative nanotechnology.

Oct 13th, 2008

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Dutch Companies Offer a New Generation of Microreactor Systems

The Dutch companies Micronit Microfluidics, FutureChemistry and Flowid announced the start of a cooperation named Access2Flow. Together, the three companies will offer a new generation of microreactor systems that enable chemists to quickly perform fluid reactions on an industrial scale.

Oct 13th, 2008

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NanoDynamics Energy's Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Participate in DOD's Wearable Power Prize Competition

The competition was held Sept. 22 to Oct. 4 at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms, Calif. Lockheed Martin led a team including NanoDynamics Energy and Quallion, LLC. The NanoDynamics Energy SOFCs were part of both a prize-eligible and a non prize-eligible hybrid solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) system designed to address all competition parameters, including: 92 hours of autonomous, continuous operation at a 20-watt output; a weight of less than 4 kilograms.

Oct 11th, 2008

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