Herzan is excited to announce the latest release from Spicer Consulting: the SC28 monitoring system.
SC28 Monitoring Software
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The SC28 enables longterm, uninterrupted monitoring of magneti...
Picosun Group, the leading supplier of AGILE ALD® (Atomic Layer Deposition) thin film coating technology for global industries, reports strong growth during fiscal year 2018-2019, as a result of Group’s strategy to focus on industrial customers. The growth has continued in the first quarter of 2020.
Weebit Nano, the Israel-based semiconductor company seeking to develop and commercialise the next generation of memory technology, has reported successful endurance results of its ReRAM cells as a key step towards moving to 300mm wafers at 28nm.
Researchers from Forschungszentrum Jülich, along with colleagues from Turin and Aachen, have successfully created a nanowire-based memristive element that works in relatively the same manner as a biological nerve cell.
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EV Group (EVG), a leading supplier of wafer bonding and lithography equipment for the MEMS, nanotechnology and semiconductor markets, today announced that, for the fifth successive year, it has earned all three awards re...
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Vesper, developer of the world’s most advanced acoustic sensors, today demonstrated the first commercially available quiescent-sensing MEMS device, opening the possibility of acoustic event-detection devices at practically zero power draw.
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A team from Leti and the University of Grenoble-Alps, along with Leti’s international partners, have developed a technique to diagnose performance problems of nanoresonators, nanosensors used in industry, research and medical diagnosis.