Enfucell has agreed on deeper cooperation with two leading companies in printed electronics: Pragmatic Printing Ltd and Printed Electronics Limited (PEL). The parties announce an ecosystem for integrated printed electronics products and will together provide all the key technology elements for complete PE products aimed at the consumer, security and novelty markets.
Bruker Nano Surfaces Division has shipped 100 DektakXT Stylus Surface Profiling System since the product launched last April. The DektakXT features improved ease of use and the industry's best step height repeatability of better than 5 angstroms, 1 sigma.
SkyScan develops, manufactures and distributes worldwide advanced, high-resolution micro computed tomography (CT) systems for three-dimensional (3D) X-ray imaging. SkyScan's micro-CT instruments can be configured for numerous applications in materials research and in the life sciences, including in vivo preclinical animal imaging, in vitro bone and soft tissue imaging, 3D imaging of electronic components, synthetic materials, new devices such as microsensors and cardio-stimulators, geological samples, fuel cell components, ceramics, and more.
Scientists at Natcore Technology Inc., using simple liquid bath processes, have created a black surface on a silicon wafer with an average reflectance in the visible and near-infrared region of the solar spectrum of 0.3%, making it the "blackest" silicon solar cell surface ever recorded.
CelluForce, the world leader in the commercial development of NanoCrystaline Cellulose (NCC), announced that it will participate in the Bioplastek Forum 2012 being held March 28-30, 2012 at the Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Virginia. Dr. Wadood Hamad, Principal Scientist and expert in NCC, will present product development opportunities with NCC on March 29, 2012.
Next week Printed Electronics Europe 2012 will be held in Berlin, on April 3-4. The event has seen strong year-on-year growth and pre-registration has grown from last year. With less than a week to go, here are the key highlights attendees can expect.
Australian clean-tech company, Dyesol Limited, has raised a total of AUD $5 million, through take-up by shareholders of the recent Share Purchase Plan and a supplementary placement to sophisticated investors.