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September 17, 2015Bruker Nano Analytics, Madison, Wis., has developed XFlash FlatQuad, a side-entry silicon drift detector positioned between the SEM pole piece and sample.
July 08, 2015H.C. Starck, Newton, Mass., introduces the Ultra 76 Plus tantalum alloy, which is designed to combat aggressive hazardous-chemical corrosion in hot concentrated acids.
October 19, 2015Edax Inc., Mahwah, N.J., introduces a new series of Octane Elite silicon drift detectors with silicon nitride entry windows that offer up to 35% better light-element sensitivity and outstanding low-energy performance.
October 19, 2015Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Japan, announces the release of its new Hyper Vision HPV-X2 high-speed video camera.
November 16, 2015Jeol USA, Peabody, Mass., introduces the JSM-IT100 scanning electron microscope, which features expanded EDS analysis capabilities and ports for multiple detectors.
November 16, 2015Akhan Semiconductor, Gurnee, Ill., has opened its global headquarters and production facility to develop and manufacture next-generation diamond-based semiconductors.
November 16, 2015Global Foundries, Santa Clara, Calif., announces the availability of FX-14, an application-specific integrated circuit development built on the company's next-generation 14-nm FinFET process technology.
October 26, 2013 | Meydenbauer Center
Bellevue , Washington , USA
This year's event is co-located with the Aeromat Conference Exposition, allowing for separate technical programs along with the benefit of combined networking and exhibiting opportunities.
February 22, 2016Brewer Science Inc., Rolla, Mo., and Arkema France Corp. announce achievement of pilot-scale production of high-quality directed self-assembly materials using Arkema's block copolymer technology and Brewer Science's manufacturing expertise.
March 16, 2016Alcoa, Pittsburgh, announces that the name for its future company dedicated to value-added products will be Arconic, in which "A" represents Alcoa, "arc" represents the arc of progress, and "-conic" speaks to the company's history of creating iconic products.