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Transparent Cellulose Crystals as Tough as Kevlar on the Nanolevel

Transparent Cellulose Crystals as Tough as Kevlar on the Nanolevel

A spider's web is one of the most intricate constructions in nature, but its precious silk has more than one use. Silk threads can be used as draglines, guidelines, anchors, pheromonal trails, nest lining, or even food. And each use requires a slightly different type of silk, optimized for its function. [More]
Peregrine Launches RF SOI Built on GLOBALFOUNDRIES' 130nm 300mm RF Technology Platform

Peregrine Launches RF SOI Built on GLOBALFOUNDRIES' 130nm 300mm RF Technology Platform

Peregrine Semiconductor Corp., founder of RF SOI (silicon on insulator) and pioneer of advanced RF solutions, announces the UltraCMOS?11 platform, the industry's first RF SOI technology built on GLOBALFOUNDRIES' 130 nm 300 mm RF technology platform. [More]
Toshiba Develops 130nm-NVM and 65nm-Flash Memory Processes for Microcontrollers

Toshiba Develops 130nm-NVM and 65nm-Flash Memory Processes for Microcontrollers

Toshiba Corporation today announced that it has developed a flash memory embedded process based on 65nm logic process that uses less power than current mainstream technology, and a single-poly non-volatile memory (NVM) process based on 130nm logic and analog power process. Applying the optimal process to diverse applications will allow Toshiba to expand its product line-up in such areas as microcontrollers, wireless communication ICs, motor controller drivers and power supply ICs. [More]
Xilinx Tapes Out Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC for Next-Generation Embedded Vision Systems Using TSMC's 16nm FF+

Xilinx Tapes Out Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC for Next-Generation Embedded Vision Systems Using TSMC's 16nm FF+

Xilinx, Inc. today announced it has taped out the industry's first All Programmable Multi-Processor SoC (MPSoC) using TSMC's 16FF+ process, targeting embedded vision, including ADAS and the path to autonomous vehicles, Industrial Internet of Things (I-IoT), and 5G wireless systems. [More]
Oxford Instruments to Hold Free Webinar on NEMS and Nanotechnology

Oxford Instruments to Hold Free Webinar on NEMS and Nanotechnology

Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology will host a free webinar with MIG, "The convergence of MEMS and Nanotechnology: Enabling future generations of NEMS devices", on the 9th July 2015, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM BST. [More]
X-FAB Purchases ClassOne Technology's Solstice S8 Electroplating System

X-FAB Purchases ClassOne Technology's Solstice S8 Electroplating System

Semiconductor equipment manufacturer ClassOne Technology announced that X-FAB - recently named "MEMS Foundry of the Year" - has just purchased a new Solstice?S8 Electroplating System. The 8-chamber, fully-automated tool will be installed at the X-FAB facility in Erfurt, Germany. [More]
UNSW Australian Centre for NanoMedicine Co-Hosts International Nanomedicine Conference 2015

UNSW Australian Centre for NanoMedicine Co-Hosts International Nanomedicine Conference 2015

Advances in nanotechnology and nano-fabrication are fundamentally changing the future of medicine, enabling more effective diagnostics and targeted drugs, and new bioactive materials that can help repair our bodies. [More]
Asian Customer Places Order for Mycronic FPS Mask Writer

Asian Customer Places Order for Mycronic FPS Mask Writer

Mycronic AB, has received order for an FPS mask writer within the multi purpose segment from a customer in Asia. The system is scheduled for delivery in mid-2016. [More]
X-FAB Introduces Cost-Efficient 180nm SOI Technology for Automotive, Industrial Applications

X-FAB Introduces Cost-Efficient 180nm SOI Technology for Automotive, Industrial Applications

X-FAB Silicon Foundries, the leading More than Moore foundry, today announced the industry? first cost-efficient 180nm SOI technology for automotive and industrial applications that need to operate in harsh environments. [More]
New Versatile Technique to Rapidly Create Nano-Structured Grids for Functional Materials

New Versatile Technique to Rapidly Create Nano-Structured Grids for Functional Materials

Down at the nanoscale, where objects span just billionths of a meter, the size and shape of a material can often have surprising and powerful electronic and optical effects. Building larger materials that retain subtle nanoscale features is an ongoing challenge that shapes countless emerging technologies. [More]