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ON Semiconductor and ICs to Market RHBD ASICs Created using 110nm Process

ON Semiconductor and ICs to Market RHBD ASICs Created using 110nm Process

ON Semiconductor, driving energy efficiency innovations, has entered into a licensing/development agreement with ICs LLC in order to bring application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) to market which are resilient to radiation effects. [More]
Kyocera Develops Hybrid Cermet Materials with MEGACOAT NANO Multilayer Coating Technology

Kyocera Develops Hybrid Cermet Materials with MEGACOAT NANO Multilayer Coating Technology

Kyocera Corporation announced that it has developed a new series of hybrid cermet materials offering a 50% improvement in abrasion resistance and fracture resistance over conventional materials used as industrial cutting-tool inserts. [More]
High-Risk, High-Impact Projects Receive Bose Grants

High-Risk, High-Impact Projects Receive Bose Grants

Solar cells made from coal, smart nanoparticles that work with bacteria to fight cancer, and an effort to enhance human cognition by stimulating brain waves are just a few examples of the high-risk, high-impact projects funded by the first round of Prof. Amar G. Bose Research Grants. [More]
Controlled Fusion of Semiconductor Quantum Dots Demonstrated Within Nanoreactor Cage

Controlled Fusion of Semiconductor Quantum Dots Demonstrated Within Nanoreactor Cage

Imagine building a chemical reactor small enough to study nanoparticles a billionth of a meter across. A billion times smaller than a raindrop is the volume of an E. coli cell. And another million times smaller would be a reactor small enough to study isolated nanoparticles. [More]
Novel Method for Fabricating Moulded Liquid Polymer Derived Ceramic Precursor for Ceramic MEMS

Novel Method for Fabricating Moulded Liquid Polymer Derived Ceramic Precursor for Ceramic MEMS

Congratulations to Jonas Grossenbacher and co-authors who have a paper "On the micrometre precise mould filling fliquid polymer derived ceramic precursor for 300-um-thick high aspect ratio ceramic MEMS" recently published on Ceramics International. [More]
Scientists Create Graphene/Nanotube Hybrid Cathode for Cheap, Flexible, Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells

Scientists Create Graphene/Nanotube Hybrid Cathode for Cheap, Flexible, Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells

Rice University scientists have invented a novel cathode that may make cheap, flexible dye-sensitized solar cells practical. [More]
Rudolph Receives Multi-System Orders for MetaPULSE G System to Measure Multilayer Films Simultaneously

Rudolph Receives Multi-System Orders for MetaPULSE G System to Measure Multilayer Films Simultaneously

Rudolph Technologies, Inc. announced today that it has received multi-system orders from several customers for its latest MetaPULSE® G metal metrology system in support of their mobile device components ramp. [More]
New Method to Create and Control Spin Waves in Magnetic Materials

New Method to Create and Control Spin Waves in Magnetic Materials

A team of New York University and University of Barcelona physicists has developed a method to control the movements occurring within magnetic materials, which are used to store and carry information. The breakthrough could simultaneously bolster information processing while reducing the energy necessary to do so. [More]
New Superfast 4G High-Volume, In-Line, 3D Topography Inspection System from Ultratech

New Superfast 4G High-Volume, In-Line, 3D Topography Inspection System from Ultratech

Ultratech, Inc., a leading supplier of lithography, laser-processing and inspection systems used to manufacture semiconductor devices and high-brightness LEDs (HB-LEDs), today introduced the Superfast 4G high-volume, in-line, 3D topography inspection system. [More]

FibeRio Technology Corporation Announces the Launch of The Fiber Engine® FX Series Systems with 10X Increase in Output

FibeRio Technology Corporation announces today the launch of its new generation of Forcespinning® equipment specifically designed to meet the production needs of fine fiber media producers and converters. FibeRio&... [More]
Nanoreactor Model Reveals Complex Chemical Reactions of Urey-Miller Experiment

Nanoreactor Model Reveals Complex Chemical Reactions of Urey-Miller Experiment

Chemists from Stanford University have developed a computer model that could provide details on the chemical reactions taking place during the Urey-Miller experiment besides determining the possible products of the experiments. The model has been termed as the nanoreactor and enables scientists to determine mechanisms or reactions revealing the possibilities of new drug formation or improving the battery or fuel combustion efficiency. [More]
Prototype of Skin Patch That Delivers Vaccine through Nanofibers Presented at Collegiate Inventors Competition

Prototype of Skin Patch That Delivers Vaccine through Nanofibers Presented at Collegiate Inventors Competition

From the first-ever full, variable color 3D printing technology to a skin patch that can deliver a vaccine through nanofibers without a needle - the prototypes and research presented at the Collegiate Inventors Competition were nothing short of genius. After an intense and exciting deliberation between expert judges, the 2014 undergraduate and graduate winners have been selected. [More]
Scientists Vividly Map Shapes and Textures of High-Order Brownian Motions

Scientists Vividly Map Shapes and Textures of High-Order Brownian Motions

For the first time, scientists have vividly mapped the shapes and textures of high-order modes of Brownian motions--in this case, the collective macroscopic movement of molecules in microdisk resonators--researchers at Case Western Reserve University report. [More]
New Electron Microscopy Techniques Help Probe Workings of HIV

New Electron Microscopy Techniques Help Probe Workings of HIV

UC Davis researchers are getting a new look at the workings of HIV and other viruses thanks to new techniques in electron microscopy developed on campus. [More]
Scientists Make High-Resolution X-ray Laser Images of Intact Cellular Structure

Scientists Make High-Resolution X-ray Laser Images of Intact Cellular Structure

Scientists have made high-resolution X-ray laser images of an intact cellular structure much faster and more efficiently than ever possible before. The results are an important step toward atomic-scale imaging of intact biological particles, including viruses and bacteria. [More]

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