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October 24, 2017Rice University, Houston, announces that its researchers have determined that fibers made of carbon nanotubes configured as wireless antennas can be as good as copper antennas but 20 times lighter.
October 23, 2017Thermo Fisher Scientific, Hillsboro, Ore., announces three new additions to its portfolio of semiconductor failure analysis workflows.
October 23, 2017Allied High Tech, Rancho Dominguez, Calif., introduces the X-Prep, a specialized five-axis CNC-based milling/grinding/polishing machine designed to support electrical and physical failure analysis techniques requiring high precision sample preparation.
October 23, 2017Oxford Instruments NanoScience, England, announces it will jointly develop high-precision scanning probe microscope products based on TeslatronPT, the Cryofree superconducting magnet system from Oxford Instruments, in collaboration with CASmF Science and Technology Limited in China.
October 23, 2017Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., South Korea, announces that 8nm FinFET process technology, 8LPP (Low Power Plus), has been qualified and is ready for production.
October 23, 2017Hamamatsu Photonics KK, Japan, announces an agreement to acquire Energetiq Technology Inc., Woburn, Mass., for its laser-driven light sources and extreme-ultraviolet light sources.
October 20, 2017Bruker Corp., Santa Barbara, Calif., has released the NanoMechanics Lab, a suite of force-mapping modes that enable Dimension FastScan and Icon AFM systems for quantitative nanoscale characterization, extending from soft hydrogels and polymers to hard metals and ceramics.
October 19, 2017Desktop Metal, Burlington, Mass., announces that its 3D printing system known as Production System builds complex metal parts up to 100 times faster than laser systems.
October 11, 2017Ipsen, Cherry Valley, Ill., announces that Rockford Heat Treaters, the original beta tester for the Ipsen Titan vacuum furnace, recently purchased a Titan H6 to expand production capacity and to meet increased demand.
October 11, 2017GF Linamar, Mills River, N.C., a joint venture between GF Automotive and Linamar, has been awarded a $300 million contract over a period of five years to produce lightweight magnesium automotive components for a U.S. manufacturer.