Brewer Science, a leader in lithography enhancement materials for semiconductor manufacturing for over 30 years and commercial supplier of electronics-grade carbon nanotube (CNT) materials, announces the installation of a scale-up reactor to increase production of its CNTRENE C100 family of electronics-grade CNT materials by tenfold.
The free-standing, solid boron doped microwave chemical vapor deposition (CVD) diamond electrode is expected to transform sensing technologies, allowing the development of next generation advanced electroanalysis sensing systems to benefit the biomedical, environmental, food, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries.
Park Systems introduces Park XE7, an affordable, research-grade AFM with flexible sample handling. It facilitates AFM researchers with a limited budget while not sacrificing any of the innovative Park AFM technology that sets this product line apart from conventional AFMs.
Lomiko and Graphene Labs agree to co-develop a vertically integrated supply chain that includes a secure supply of high-quality graphite, cost-effective and scalable processing, tight quality control and integration of graphene-based products in end-user products.
Bruker today announces the SkyScan 1272, an innovative high-resolution X-ray micro-CT (computed tomography) system, which can non-destructively visualize up to 200 Megapixel (14,450x14,450 pixels) virtual slices through objects.
There has been another leap forward in the rapidly developing field of nanotechnology. The scientists at Contipro Biotech have created a new device capable of producing near-perfectly aligned nanofibers.
The project matches the scientific expertise from the University of Waterloo in macromolecular science with the sustainability benefits of EcoSphere bio-based nanoparticles which are based on green chemistry. The goal of the project is to broaden the scientific knowledge base of the EcoSphere technology to support its introduction into new application areas.
The world's lead manufacturer of chemicals for the metal finishing and electroplating industry has just signed a major research contract with Case Western Reserve University, aimed at developing novel chemistries and processes that will enable the manufacturing of smaller semiconductor devices than heretofore possible in routine production.