News - 20 Nov 2010
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "CMP Consumables Critical Materials" report to their offering.
The global CMP consumables market has emerged from 2008-2009...
News - 5 Oct 2012
A team of paleontologists and engineers has found that duck-billed dinosaurs had an amazing capacity to chew tough and abrasive plants with grinding teeth more complex than those of cows, horses, and...
News - 21 Sep 2009
Applied Materials, Inc. today extended its leadership in pioneering solar wafering technology with its new Applied HCT Diamond Squarer™ system. This innovative new system can reduce the cost of...
News - 2 Aug 2008
Criminals who use firearms may find it much harder to evade justice in future, thanks to an ingenious new bullet tagging technology developed in the UK.
The tiny tags – just 30 microns* in...
Article - 15 Nov 2013
Sample preparation is crucial due to the possibility of escaping of the diffracted electrons from within just a few tens of nanometers of the sample surface.
News - 5 Jan 2016
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) and nine other European partners are collaborating in the design, scale-up and build of a high energy ball-mill (HEBM) pilot plant for the production and...
News - 15 Oct 2015
Our Park AFM technology is very important for determining topology by characterizing morphology, patterns, surface forces, conductivity, thermo-mechanical properties, and other field effects on...
News - 5 Feb 2009
Despite a sluggish forecast for the overall high-tech industry in 2009, nanomaterials for solar cells grew 47% in 2008 and is projected to grow another 44% in 2009, according to a report Market...
Article - 3 Sep 2009
Nanomaterials are finding their way into consumer products more and more. Consumer product manufacturers gain a huge benefit by introducing small amounts of nanomaterials in their products.
News - 30 Jun 2010
The recent eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano and the subsequent massive shutdown of air traffic in Europe occupied the attention of travelers and worldwide news agencies for weeks....