Hightemperature superconductors can be manufactured much more efficiently and with less environmental impact by means of the innovative production process developed by technology company Deutsche Nanoschicht GmbH. Superconductors carry current virtually without loss, so they allow potentially huge savings in generating and transporting electricity.
The new NanoScan SMPS Nanoparticle Sizer from TSI Incorporated. is a small, portable instrument developed to provide an affordable method to measure the size distribution of nanoparticle emissions in the workplace and in research settings.
Aquantia, the leading developer of High Speed Ethernet connectivity solutions for cloud computing and large scale data center deployments, announced today it has completed a Series F financing of $35 million, with new investor RUSNANO leading the round, joined by current investors. RUSNANO will invest $25 million, and current and new investors will contribute $10 million to the financing round.
Selecta Biosciences, Inc., a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing a new class of synthetic vaccines and immunotherapies, today announced that it has received the prestigious Edison Award for 2012 with the Gold Medal for Best Pharmaceutical Product Innovation.
Synopsys, Inc., a world leader in software and IP used in the design, verification and manufacture of electronic components and systems, today announced it has completed the acquisition of privately held RSoft Design Group, Inc. (RSoft), a leading provider of photonics design and simulation software headquartered in Ossining, New York.
Toronto-based Integran Technologies, Inc. (Integran) today announced that it has reached an agreement with Enduro Industries LLC (Enduro) to extend Enduro's license exclusivity term for Integran's nanocrystalline Cobalt electroplating process, Nanovate CoP, in the U.S. fluid power market by five years.
Nanoco Group plc, a world leader in the development and manufacture of cadmium-free quantum dots and other nanomaterials, announces that it has successfully produced a 1kg batch of green cadmium-free quantum dots for a major Japanese corporation, triggering a US$2 million payment to Nanoco.
The Broad Institute and Fluidigm Corporation today announced the launch of a new research center dedicated to accelerating the development of research methods and discoveries in mammalian single-cell genomics. The Single-Cell Genomics Center is also expected to act as a hub for collaboration among single-cell genomics researchers in many pioneering fields, including stem cells and cancer biology.
Two new papers are going to press featuring the use of Anasys Instruments' nanoIR system by Professor Lynne S. Taylor's group in the Department of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy at Purdue University.