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April 24, 2017Bruker, Billerica, Mass., announces new software and hardware products that address the need for enhanced workflow solutions for NMR spectroscopy research and analysis.
April 24, 2017SUSS MicroTec, Germany, has launched the XBS200 automated permanent wafer bonding system designed for aligned wafer bonding of wafer sizes up to 200 mm.
April 24, 2017Semiconductor Research Corp. (SRC), Durham, N.C., announces that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Ltd., (TSMC) has signed an agreement to participate in two SRC research initiatives.
April 24, 2017Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), Durham, N.C., announces that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Ltd., (TSMC) has signed an agreement to participate in two SRC research initiatives.
April 24, 2017Siemens AG, Munich, announces the recent closing of its acquisition of Mentor Graphics Corp., Wilsonville, Ore., which is now part of Siemens' product lifecycle management software business.
April 24, 2017The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), Washington, announces that worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $30.4 billion for the month of February 2017, an increase of 16.5% compared to the February 2016 total of $26.1 billion.
April 21, 2017J.L. Becker, a Gasbarre Furnace Group Company, Plymouth, Mich., recently manufactured, shipped, and commissioned a complete IQ furnace line at the East Carolina Metal Treating facility in Raleigh, N.C.
April 21, 2017ALD Vacuum Systems Inc., Wixom, Mich., has received a purchase order from a North American based aerospace manufacturer for a SyncroTherm brand, fully integrated vacuum heat treating system.
April 20, 2017QuesTek Innovations LLC, Evanston, Ill., announces that Dr. Aziz Asphahani, Questek President & Chief Executive Officer and a Fellow of ASM International, has been elected to the U.S. National Academy of Engineering.
April 20, 2017NIST, Gaithersburg, Md., announces that a team of researchers including NIST scientists has found a way to improve the process of simulating the onset of failure in materials for airplane wings.