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New Mask Aligner MA200 Gen3 Tool for High Volume Manufacturing Launched by SÜSS MicroTec

New Mask Aligner MA200 Gen3 Tool for High Volume Manufacturing Launched by SÜSS MicroTec

SUSS MicroTec, a global supplier of equipment and process solutions for the semiconductor industry and related markets, has launched the new Mask Aligner MA200 Gen3 today. The tool is designed for high volume manufacturing and can be used for exposing wafers with a diameter of up to 200 mm. [More]
University of Washington in Seattle to Install Altatech’s Chemical Vapor Deposition System

University of Washington in Seattle to Install Altatech’s Chemical Vapor Deposition System

Altatech, a subsidiary of Soitec, has received an order from the University of Washington in Seattle for an AltaCVD(TM) chemical vapor deposition (CVD) system whose unique combination of capabilities allows users to develop new process materials with high added value. [More]
Environmentally Friendly Method to Generate Nanostructures from Silk

Environmentally Friendly Method to Generate Nanostructures from Silk

Tufts University engineers have demonstrated that it is possible to generate nanostructures from silk in an environmentally friendly process that uses water as a developing agent and standard fabrication techniques. [More]
Liquid Repellent Nano-Coating Technology Provider, P2i, Opens Technology Center in Shenzhen

Liquid Repellent Nano-Coating Technology Provider, P2i, Opens Technology Center in Shenzhen

P2i, the world leader in liquid repellent nano-coating technology, today opened a new technology center in Shenzhen, China, following increased demand for its protective coatings on consumer electronics such as smartphones, tablets and wearable devices. [More]
Patterning Material System of Hard-Nano-Film/Soft-Matter-Substrates Helps Control Surface Buckling Wrinkles

Patterning Material System of Hard-Nano-Film/Soft-Matter-Substrates Helps Control Surface Buckling Wrinkles

Wrinkling is a common phenomenon for thin stiff film adhered on soft substrate. Various wrinkling phenomenon has been reported previously. Wu Dan, Yin Yajun, Xie Huimin,et al from Tsinghua University proposed a new method to control wrinkling and buckling of thin stiff film on soft substrate. It is found that the curve pattern on the soft substrate has obvious influence on the wrinkling distribution of the thin film/soft substrate. [More]
Martini Tech Offers GaN Deposition Service by MOCVD for LED Applications

Martini Tech Offers GaN Deposition Service by MOCVD for LED Applications

Martini Tech has started to offer its customers a new GaN deposition service on sapphire substrates by MOCVD (metalorganic chemical vapour deposition) for LED (light emitting diode) applications. [More]
NanoSeptic Surface Can Eradicate Human Coronavirus

NanoSeptic Surface Can Eradicate Human Coronavirus

Forward thinking research centers around the world have been conducting tests on the latest disruptive technology which provides a new tool in the fight against infection and illness. Extensive testing has already been completed in the US against a variety of pathogens. [More]
Picodeon Develops USPLD Surface Coating Technology for Creation of Porous, Dense Al2O3 Coatings

Picodeon Develops USPLD Surface Coating Technology for Creation of Porous, Dense Al2O3 Coatings

Finnish thin film coating specialist Picodeon Ltd Oy has developed its ultra-short pulsed laser deposition (USPLD) surface coating technology to be able to create either porous or dense aluminium oxide (Al2O3) coatings on heat-sensitive substrates for use in a wide range of industrial metallisation applications. [More]
Diamond Nanocrystalline Layer 100-nm-Thick can be Grown in an Hour

Diamond Nanocrystalline Layer 100-nm-Thick can be Grown in an Hour

Diamonds are highly sought after as jewelry and as a form of capital investment. They are also prized by the research community, but not because of their brilliance or symbolic significance – it is their physical properties that make these gems precious to scientists. [More]
Nanostructures can be used to Control Thermal Conductance

Nanostructures can be used to Control Thermal Conductance

Thermal conduction is a familiar everyday phenomenon. In a hot sauna, for instance, you can sit comfortably on a wooden bench that has a temperature of 100C (212F), but if you touch a metallic nail with the same temperature, you will hurt yourself. [More]
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