Pharmaco-Kinesis Corporation have announced their first commercialized offering, the first-generation Nano-Impedance Biosensor (NIB).
Both patents are related to their copper inks, which have the potential to replace existing silver inks that are commonplace in the marketplace.
Companies have agreed to co-develop new methods to reduce overall cost of ownership for Extreme UltraViolet and lithography.
ETH Zurich and Empa researchers develop a nanomaterial which enables considerably more power to be stored in lithium ion batteries.
LFoundry will acquire Micron Technology Italia, Srl. and all of its semiconductor fabrication facility assets in Avezzano, Italy.
C. Grant Willson shares 50 million yen prize with Jean M.J. Fréchet for work done at IBM in the 1980′s.