Agilent Technologies Inc. announced the availability of scanning microwave microscopy capabilities for its premier-performance atomic force microscope, the 5500 AFM. Agilent's second-generation SMM nose cone makes this unique electrical measurement option compatible with the 5500 system.
Haydale, a leader in facilitating the commercial application of graphenes announces that with its development partner, Gwent Electronic Materials, it has developed graphene based inks with properties that now quickly enable its customers to use graphene in a wide range of applications.
With the introduction of the next generation Phenom ProX desktop SEM Phenom-World confirms its position in the top of the high-end table top for SEM imaging and analysis. With a magnification range up to 100,000x and resolution of 17nm the Phenom ProX delivers more detailed information than ever before.
Alcoa and RUSNANO will produce technologically advanced oil and gas aluminum drill pipe finished with a life-extending antiwear coating under a Memorandum of Understanding signed by the companies today. The parties intend to pursue the potential application of a nanotechnology-based coating for the aluminum drill pipe to enhance its wear resistance in harsh corrosive drilling environments.
Atomic Force Microscopy is a versatile method enabling nanoscale mapping of a material's 3D surface, mechanical properties or even electrical conductivity. In addition to these already powerful imaging modes, AFM researchers continue to actively develop more capabilities which add additional layers of information.
To make it easier for customers to enter the thin film market, Beneq now offers a unique collection of coating services at its facilities in Espoo, Finland. This lowers the risk of new product development and provides a safe path for scaling up to industrial production. Beneq's capabilities in thin film coating services cover many upcoming commercial technologies.
At this week's VLSI circuits Symposium in Kyoto, imec and Renesas Electronics Corporation, unveiled the world's first multi-standard radio frequency receiver in 28nm CMOS technology, and a 28nm analog-to-digital converter targeting wide-bandwidth standards such as LTE-advanced and next-generation WiFi.