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Cima NanoTech Wins “Best New Touch Technology at DSE 2015” Award for SANTE® Nanoparticle Technology

Cima NanoTech Wins “Best New Touch Technology at DSE 2015” Award for SANTE® Nanoparticle Technology

Cima NanoTech was awarded “Best New Touch Technology at DSE 2015” by rAVe [Publications], an official media partner of DSE, for the company’s proprietary SANTE technology, which enables true projected capacitive multi-touch solutions for fast response large format touch screens. [More]
Nano-Clear Industrial Coating Protects Oxidized Tank Cars

Nano-Clear Industrial Coating Protects Oxidized Tank Cars

Tank car owners spend a lot of money and time maintaining tank car assets to the highest quality standards, but are often let down by poor paint performance. Conventional paints are highly susceptible to UV damage - causing the surface to oxidize and lose protective properties. Tank car owners need to meet federal inspection requirements and cannot afford to spend money on paint systems that will not deliver performance over time. [More]
Ultrasolar and NanoEnergy Partner to Deliver QuantumBoost™ to the Japan Market

Ultrasolar and NanoEnergy Partner to Deliver QuantumBoost™ to the Japan Market

Ultrasolar Technology Inc., a leading startup in the solar space providing systems for increasing energy harvest from solar modules, today announced a strategic alliance with NanoEnergy Ltd. of Japan a technology distributor of energy efficiency systems. This partnership will enable Ultrasolar and NanoEnergy Ltd. to deliver QuantumBoost™ to the Japan market, with an initial order of 177MW. [More]
Immunoassay Couples Nano-Engineered Particles and Microfluidic Chips for Capturing Circulating Tumor Cells

Immunoassay Couples Nano-Engineered Particles and Microfluidic Chips for Capturing Circulating Tumor Cells

Dartmouth researchers and bioengineers develop novel system to improve cancer treatment [More]
Advanced Infrared Imaging Technique Scans Samples to Directly Measure Cell Composition

Advanced Infrared Imaging Technique Scans Samples to Directly Measure Cell Composition

One infrared scan can give pathologists a window into the structures and molecules inside tissues and cells, enabling fast and broad diagnostic assessments, thanks to an imaging technique developed by University of Illinois researchers and clinical partners. [More]
Ingenious Microfluidic Device to Detect and Extract Biomolecules from Fluid Mixtures

Ingenious Microfluidic Device to Detect and Extract Biomolecules from Fluid Mixtures

Employing an ingenious microfluidic design that combines chemical and mechanical properties, a team of Harvard scientists has demonstrated a new way of detecting and extracting biomolecules from fluid mixtures. The approach requires fewer steps, uses less energy, and achieves better performance than several techniques currently in use and could lead to better technologies for medical diagnostics and chemical purification. [More]
Ultra-Thin Layers of Silicon Create Rainbow of Optical Colors

Ultra-Thin Layers of Silicon Create Rainbow of Optical Colors

A new technology, which creates a rainbow of optical colors with ultra-thin layers of silicon, has been recently demonstrated by a research group at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH). [More]
Photronics Enters Agreement to Receive Outsourced Photomask Supply Volume from Micron

Photronics Enters Agreement to Receive Outsourced Photomask Supply Volume from Micron

Photronics, Inc., a worldwide leader in supplying innovative imaging technology solutions for the global electronics industry, announced today that it has entered into strategic supply and technology license agreements with Micron Technology, Inc. whereby Photronics will receive outsourced photomask supply volume from Micron. Micron and Photronics will not renew their existing MP Mask joint venture after May 5, 2016, which is the ten year anniversary of its formation. [More]
FEI Announces Winner of 2014 Image Contest Grand Prize

FEI Announces Winner of 2014 Image Contest Grand Prize

FEI (NASDAQ: FEIC) announces that Francisco Rangel has won its 2014 Image Contest grand prize for his “Expanded Vermiculite,” a hydrated magnesium-aluminum-iron silicate. [More]
Researchers Demonstrate Graphene’s Ability to Provide Effective Microwave Shielding

Researchers Demonstrate Graphene’s Ability to Provide Effective Microwave Shielding

Scientists from Europe’s Graphene Flagship have discovered the ability of graphene to provide effective microwave shielding, opening the door to use this two-dimensional material for reduction of microwave pollution and improvement of electromagnetic compatibility of upcoming nanoscale electronic devices. [More]
University of Manchester’s National Graphene Institute Officially Opened by George Osborne

University of Manchester’s National Graphene Institute Officially Opened by George Osborne

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, was invited to open the recently completed £61m National Graphene Institute (NGI) at the University of Manchester on Friday 20th March. [More]
Broadcom Introduces Processing Core Enhanced by 20-nm Mixed-Signal Technologies

Broadcom Introduces Processing Core Enhanced by 20-nm Mixed-Signal Technologies

NTT Electronics (NEL), a leading supplier of coherent Digital Signal Processor (DSP) solutions to system and module manufacturers worldwide, today announced that its second generation Low-Power DSP product, NLD0640 Gen2 LP-DSP, is now generally available for manufacturers, and is shipping thousands of the new LP-DSP Integrated Circuits (IC's) in its first quarter to fifteen manufacturers worldwide for upgrading and/or downsizing their optical module and system. Its confirmed interoperability among multi-source 100G pluggable coherent optics drives the industry into high-port-density 100G Metro deployments. [More]
Two Drugs Within Specially Designed Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticle Can Shrink Human Pancreas Tumors

Two Drugs Within Specially Designed Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticle Can Shrink Human Pancreas Tumors

Scientists at UCLA’s California NanoSystems Institute and Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center have combined their nanotechnology expertise to create a new treatment that may solve some of the problems of using chemotherapy to treat pancreatic cancer. [More]
Global MEMS Microphone Market Forecast to Grow at 16.27% CAGR

Global MEMS Microphone Market Forecast to Grow at 16.27% CAGR

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global MEMS Microphone Market 2015-2019" report to their offering. [More]
DMQ Introduces Next Generation MEMS-Based Micro silQflo™ Silicon Servo Valve

DMQ Introduces Next Generation MEMS-Based Micro silQflo™ Silicon Servo Valve

DMQ, a MEMS technology company dedicated to advancing flow control solutions primarily for the HVAC, refrigeration and automotive industries, today announced the release of its next generation flagship silQflo™ Silicon Servo Valve (SSV), achieving 36 percent size reduction from its predecessor,PDA-3.10, released in August 2013. [More]

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