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Nanolab Technologies Acquires New X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy System

Nanolab Technologies Acquires New X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy System

At SEMICON West in San Francisco, Nanolab Technologies announced that it has purchased a new XPS analytical system in their Surface Chemical Analysis Center of Excellence that continues their rapid growth path. Last week Nanolab Technologies announced the acquisition of Microtech Laboratories, a failure analysis lab located in Texas. [More]
TESCAN Delivers LYRA FIB-SEM Workstation to University of New Hampshire

TESCAN Delivers LYRA FIB-SEM Workstation to University of New Hampshire

TESCAN, a leading global supplier of scanning electron microscopes and focused ion beam workstations has delivered a LYRA FIB-SEM workstation to UNH’s University Instrumentation Center, a facility dedicated to the advancement of research. [More]
BIND Therapeutics and Amgen Complete Collaborative Research Program

BIND Therapeutics and Amgen Complete Collaborative Research Program

BIND Therapeutics, Inc., a clinical-stage nanomedicine platform company developing targeted and programmable therapeutics called AccurinsTM, announced today the completion of its collaborative research program with Amgen Inc. originally entered into in January 2013. Amgen and BIND have notified each other that they will not be exercising their options to develop an Accurin incorporating the Amgen therapeutic payload. [More]
Nanolab Technologies Acquires Microtech Laboratories

Nanolab Technologies Acquires Microtech Laboratories

Nanolab Technologies, Inc. has acquired Microtech Laboratories, LLC a well-established Dallas, Texas, failure analysis laboratory founded in 1999. Microtech Laboratories provides state-of-the-art electrical and physical failure analysis to the semiconductor industry as well as extensive reverse engineering work to the legal industry. [More]
American Society for Photobiology Recognizes ASU Chemical Engineer as an Emerging Research Leader

American Society for Photobiology Recognizes ASU Chemical Engineer as an Emerging Research Leader

Arizona State University chemical engineer Kaushal Rege has been recognized by the American Society for Photobiology as an emerging research leader in the field – particularly for the use of photobiology in pursuit of medical advances. [More]
Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New CeLLInsight CX5 High Content Screening Platform

Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New CeLLInsight CX5 High Content Screening Platform

Cell biologists have a new imaging and analysis software available to them that offers speed, flexibility and efficiency for large-scale, high-throughput biology, including complex morphological analyses of cells, cell structure, and aggregations of cells in colonies. While robust, the platform is also simple enough to be applied to everyday assays such as viability and proliferation. [More]
Researchers Develop Novel Way to Waterproof Materials by Adding Exterior Surface Grooves

Researchers Develop Novel Way to Waterproof Materials by Adding Exterior Surface Grooves

Researchers from Kyoto University in Japan have developed a novel way to waterproof new functionalized materials involved in gas storage and separation by adding exterior surface grooves. Their study, published in the journal Angewandte Chemie, provides a blueprint for researchers to build similar materials involved in industrial applications, such as high performance gas separation and energy storage. [More]
CNSE/SUNYIT STC, Nazareth College and City of Rochester Announce Nanotechnology–Based Educational Opportunities for Children

CNSE/SUNYIT STC, Nazareth College and City of Rochester Announce Nanotechnology–Based Educational Opportunities for Children

The newly merged SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) / SUNY Institute of Technology (SUNYIT) Smart System Technology and Commercialization Center (STC), based in Canandaigua, in collaboration with Nazareth College and the City of Rochester’s Bureau of Recreation, today announced that a series of hands-on, nanotechnology–based educational opportunities for children will be offered at the Carter Street Recreation Center this summer. [More]
Five Nikon Metrology SEMs will Attract Hundreds More Students at the First Teaching Laboratory in Denmark with Scanning Electron Microscopes

Five Nikon Metrology SEMs will Attract Hundreds More Students at the First Teaching Laboratory in Denmark with Scanning Electron Microscopes

Staff and students at schools and universities throughout Denmark are excited about a new facility housing multiple scanning electron microscopes that has opened within Nanoteket, a nanotechnology teaching laboratory at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), near Copenhagen. The laboratory operates in collaboration with the university’s physics department and centre for electron nanoscopy. The latest project has been funded by three private foundations - Villum Fonden (the main sponsor), Otto Mønsteds Fond, and Marie & M. B. Richters Fond. [More]
Bruker to Exhibit AFM and Fluorescence Microscopy Products at MMC 2014

Bruker to Exhibit AFM and Fluorescence Microscopy Products at MMC 2014

Bruker's Nano Surfaces Division will be exhibiting the latest innovations in fluorescence and atomic force microscopy at MMC 2014. [More]