Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials announced that a second-generation VaporStation central delivery system, which provides several enhancements to the highly-capable original version, is now available.
Customers rated SUSS Micro Tec first among the Material Handling Suppliers and fifth among Small Suppliers of Wafer Processing as well as eighth among Focused Supplier of Chip Making Equipment. The survey's respondents represent 95% of the world's semiconductor market.
Veeco Instruments Inc., a leading provider of instrumentation to the nanoscience community, today introduced the 'Veeco Labs Research Grant Program,' designed to stimulate the generation of new scientific investigation for researchers in the atomic force microscopy community.
ApNano Materials, Inc., a provider of nanotechnology-based products, today announced a major breakthrough in the production of the company?s unique, inorganic tungsten disulfide (WS2) nanotubes in industrial quantities.
Nextreme Thermal Solutions, Inc., a company providing microscale thermal and power management products for the electronics industry, has been awarded a grant from the North Carolina Green Business Fund to enhance the efficiency of thin-film thermoelectrics used to convert waste heat into electricity.
Novomer Inc., a materials company pioneering a family of high-performance, biodegradable plastics, polymers and other chemicals from renewable substances, today announced its first product, NB-180, a poly(propylene carbonate) (PPC) sacrificial binder that burns cleaner, more uniformly and at lower temperatures than currently available products.
WaferGen Biosystems, Inc., a leading developer of state-of-the-art gene expression, genotyping, cell biology and stem cell research systems, today announced that it has shipped the alpha version of its SmartChip Real-Time PCR System, as well as proprietary oncology gene panel assays to be used with the system, to the University of Pittsburgh Medical School.
At AVS ALD 2008, the 8th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition held in Bruges, Belgium, Finnish Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) reactor manufacturer Picosun Oy today re-introduced Dr Tuomo Suntola, Finnish scientist who received the European SEMI award in 2004 for inventing the ALD method, to a whole new generation of ALD-enthusiasts.