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  • Article - 15 Apr 2004
    Applied Nanoworks have available agglomerate-free PinnacleAF zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles in the size range 2-6nm suspended in a water solution. Quantities range from 25g to multiple kilograms....
  • News - 15 Apr 2009
    The Supervisory Council of Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies has approved the Corporation's participation in the project aimed at organizing the industrial production of pre-pregs composed...
  • News - 30 Jan 2007
    Dendrimers, highly branched, spherical polymers, have demonstrated their utility as drug and imaging agent delivery vehicles for use in detecting and treating cancer, with several dendrimer-based...
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    Dynatex International has been the leader in dry process dicing and wafer dicing materials since 1958. We are committed to provide solutions for die/diode dicing and wafer processing applications...
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    SST International is widely recognized as an innovative leader in the development and application of microelectronic package assembly equipment and technology. For over twenty-five years, SST has...
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    EV Group (EVG) is a recognized technology and market leader for wafer processing equipment. The company targets advanced packaging, compound semiconductor/LED and silicon-based power devices, MEMS,...
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    SUSS MicroTec is one of the world's leading manufacturers of production and test equipment in the field of microelectronics. Our products are geared towards market segments for high-quality...
  • News - 18 Aug 2010
    A normally benign protein found in the human body appears to be able – when paired with nanoparticles – to zero in on and kill certain cancer cells, without having to also load those...
  • News - 20 Apr 2009
    It's the reason why chemists envy green plants: by using photosynthesis, plants can easily fix the carbon dioxide that is so plentiful in air to make biomass, or organic compounds. Chemists would...
  • News - 22 May 2014
    A new nanoparticle design, inspired by cell membranes, has led to clearer MRI images and paved the way for better diagnostic tools When University of Illinois Associate Professor of Chemical...