Asylum Research is the technology leader in atomic force probe microscopy (AFM) for both materials and bioscience applications. Founded in 1999, we are dedicated to innovative instrumentation...
News - 10 Jul 2019
Solar energy harvested by semiconductors—materials whose electrical resistance is in between that of regular metals and insulators—can trigger surface electrochemical reactions to generate...
News - 4 Jul 2013
Jordan Valley, a leading supplier of X-ray based in-line metrology and defect detection systems for advanced semiconductor manufacturing lines, announced today that it shipped a JVSensus™ system...
News - 24 Nov 2011
The University of Maryland (UMd) in partnership with a multi-institute team of scientists has developed an innovative alloy material through the combination of advanced material research and a very...
News - 12 Jul 2007
VESTA Technology, Inc., a leader in thermal process systems and atomic layer deposition, has joined with ATDF, the world’s leading R&D foundry, to unveil Super High-k (Super-k) film, a new...
Article - 12 Mar 2004
Kopin Corp. announced a new ohmic contact technology on gallium nitride (GaN) that has very low contact resistance and a very high degree of stability. Posted November 18 2002
Article - 27 May 2008
This article looks at FAQ's about carbon nanotubes and their use in nanotechnology including how carbon nanotubes are made and their unique properties
News - 31 Mar 2017
A research team at North Carolina State University (NC State) has developed a new method for changing positively charged (p-type) reduced graphene oxide (rGO) into negatively charged (n-type) rGO....
News - 4 Apr 2014
A new approach to studying solar panel absorber materials has been developed by researchers in France, Acta Cryst. (2014). B70, 390. The technique could accelerate the development of non-toxic and...
News - 4 Nov 2010
Scientists from Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) observed exotic behaviour from beryllium oxide (BeO) when they bombarded it with high-speed heavy ions: After being shot in this way, the electrons in...