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Jordan Valley Announces Selection of its JVX7300RF-W Metrology System by Renowned Process Equipment Manufacturer

Jordan Valley Announces Selection of its JVX7300RF-W Metrology System by Renowned Process Equipment Manufacturer

Jordan Valley announces the selection of their advanced JVX7300RF-W, by a world leading process equipment manufacturer. The tool was selected following extensive evaluation of tool capability, performance and productivity for development and customers' demonstration of advanced wafer level packaging and thin-film applications. [More]
Liver-on-Chip Device with Nanotechnology-Based Optoelectronic Sensors Mimicks Human Physiology

Liver-on-Chip Device with Nanotechnology-Based Optoelectronic Sensors Mimicks Human Physiology

Safety evaluation is a critical part of drug and cosmetic development. In recent years there is a growing understanding that animal experiments fail to predict the human response, necessitating the development of alternative models to predict drug toxicity. [More]
Nano Engineered Applications Develops Customizable Nano Gas Sensor Platform

Nano Engineered Applications Develops Customizable Nano Gas Sensor Platform

Nano Engineered Applications, Inc. (NEA), an ieCrowd Company, today announced the development of a new, customizable nano gas sensor platform that will enable the configuration of small, nanomaterial-based gas sensors and their incorporation into a range of existing and new devices. [More]
Optokey Produces Nanophotonic ‘Biochemical Nose’ with Single Molecule Sensitivity

Optokey Produces Nanophotonic ‘Biochemical Nose’ with Single Molecule Sensitivity

Imagine being able to test your food in your very own kitchen to quickly determine if it carried any deadly microbes. Research conducted at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and now being commercialized by Optokey may make that possible. [More]

Global Nano Sensors Market Estimated to Reach $227.84 Million by 2018

Nano sensors are devices that can sense nano particles and have made tremendous developments in a short period of time. The key growth controllers of nano sensors are opportunity for improved sensitivity and the ability to detect multiple chemical compounds concurrently. [More]
OEM Group Develops New PVD Processes Applicable to MEMS, Sensors, and IoT Markets

OEM Group Develops New PVD Processes Applicable to MEMS, Sensors, and IoT Markets

Global semiconductor capital equipment manufacturer OEM Group announced today it has developed a suite of integrated physical vapor deposition process solutions on the MRC® Eclipse™ system for MEMS, Sensors, and Internet of Things applications. [More]
UNF and MIT Awarded NSF Grant to Improve Superconducting Nanowire-Based Ultra-Sensitive, Ultra-Fast Light Detector

UNF and MIT Awarded NSF Grant to Improve Superconducting Nanowire-Based Ultra-Sensitive, Ultra-Fast Light Detector

Researchers in the Department of Physics at the University of North Florida and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology were recently awarded a three-year collaborative research grant totaling nearly $500,000 by the National Science Foundation to advance research in the fields of nanotechnology and nanoscience. [More]
'Thinned' MEMS Wafer Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor Images Fingerprint Surface in 3D

'Thinned' MEMS Wafer Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor Images Fingerprint Surface in 3D

Fingerprint sensor technology currently used in smartphones like the iPhone 6 produces a two-dimensional image of a finger? surface, which can be spoofed fairly easily with a printed image of the fingerprint. A newly developed ultrasonic sensor eliminates that risk by imaging the ridges and valleys of the fingerprint? surface, and the tissue beneath, in three dimensions. [More]
Graphene Holds Promise as Sensitive Detector for Biological Molecules

Graphene Holds Promise as Sensitive Detector for Biological Molecules

Researchers from the HZB Institute for Silicon Photovoltaics have succeeded in accurately determining and controlling the thickness of an organic compound, which has been attached to a graphene layer. By this way, graphene could be used as a sensitive detector for biological molecules. [More]
Nanometric Sensor Identifies Biomarkers of Cancer, Nervous System Diseases

Nanometric Sensor Identifies Biomarkers of Cancer, Nervous System Diseases

The early diagnosis of certain types of cancer, as well as nervous system diseases such as multiple sclerosis and neuromyelitis optica, may soon be facilitated by the use of a nanometric sensor capable of identifying biomarkers of these pathological conditions. [More]