The convergence of genomics, information technology, and nanotechnologies will radically alter every aspect of the healthcare system from the way companies develop and market drugs to the way individuals pay for and receive medical services, according to Biotech 2008 - the 22nd annual report on the biotechnology industry from Burrill.
Angstron Materials LLC has developed a new cost effective, high quality alternative to nanotubes. The carbon-based material is called nano-graphene platelets (NGPs). Similar to carbon nanotubes, the properties and characteristics of NGPs outperform all other nanomaterials on the market.
Breath-analysis lasers made with nanotechnology components would make the technology smaller, simpler and more cost effective, said Patrick McCann, chief executive officer of Norman-based Ekips Technologies Inc.
Industrial Nanotech, Inc. today announced that the Company will begin full scale manufacturing and shipping of the Company?s new patented revolutionary Nansulate EPX product next month. The Company also released additional performance specifications.
Unidym, Inc., a majority-owned subsidiary of Arrowhead Research Corporation, announced today the first flight of an aircraft incorporating Unidym?s carbon nanotubes into its airframe for increased strength and flexibility to combat the effects of aerodynamic stress and engine vibration.
Cadence Design Systems, Inc. today announced that Time To Market, Inc., a leading ASIC design house, was able to detect hot spots and optimize yields for a complex 65-nanometer design using a holistic design-for-manufacturability flow from Cadence that includes the Cadence SoC Encounter XL system and the Cadence Litho Physical Analyzer.
Nanopoint Inc., an award-winning developer of cellTRAY Fluidics and Imaging System products, is announcing the strong network of Asian distributorships the Company is building in order to provide the best-of-the-best customer sales and service in the expanding life science markets throughout the Far East.
Under the agreement, nanoparticle film deposition technologies developed at the university will be used by Rushford Hypersonic on products in the industrial tooling and coating applications industries.
NIL Technology now adds a high-accuracy but low-cost photonic stamp in silicon to its existing product line targeted at the growing demand for photonic crystal structures necessary for future photonic devices.