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New Method Enables Transfer of One-Atom-Thick Films onto Flexible Substrates

New Method Enables Transfer of One-Atom-Thick Films onto Flexible Substrates

North Carolina University researchers have devised a new technique of transferring one-atom-thick semiconductor films to arbitrary substrates, which may help realize photonic devices or flexible computing. [More]
Researchers Develop All-in-One Nanopore Battery Array

Researchers Develop All-in-One Nanopore Battery Array

Researchers have developed an advanced, all-in-one nanopore battery array that has all the basic components of a battery. This innovation has implications to revolutionize miniaturization and integration of energy storage components. The project was a joint effort of chemists and materials scientists at the University of Maryland. [More]
AIX R6 Sets New Standards in LED Manufacturing

AIX R6 Sets New Standards in LED Manufacturing

AIXTRON’s Next Generation MOCVD Tool Excels through Top Level Production Performance, Lowest Cost of Ownership and Major Productivity Increase. The new AIX R6 has been designed for the production of LEDs based on Gallium Nitride (GaN) and can be delivered in 12x6-, 31x4-, 121x2-inch wafer configurations. Equipped with numerous technical innovations the new tool will lower operational costs significantly while simplifying usability and process control. [More]
Touchscreen Source Measure Unit Instrument from Keithley Offers Higher Current Sourcing and Measurement,  Broader Range of Applications

Touchscreen Source Measure Unit Instrument from Keithley Offers Higher Current Sourcing and Measurement, Broader Range of Applications

Keithley Instruments, a world leader in advanced electrical test instruments and systems, announces the Model 2460 SourceMeter® Source Measure Unit (SMU) Instrument, the company’s latest benchtop SMU instrument with a capacitive touchscreen graphical user interface (GUI). [More]
Researchers Develop DNA Based Programmable Computer Circuits

Researchers Develop DNA Based Programmable Computer Circuits

An international research group, led by Professor Danny Porath from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, have collaborated in order to develop a major breakthrough in molecular electronics – DNA based programmable computer circuits. [More]
Electrostatic Force Microscopy Provides New Evidence for Microbial Nanowires in Geobacter

Electrostatic Force Microscopy Provides New Evidence for Microbial Nanowires in Geobacter

The claim by microbiologist Derek Lovley and his colleagues at the University of Massachusetts Amherst that the microbe Geobacter produces nanowires has been the subject of a great deal of scientific debate over the last decade. Now a new collaborative study has provided strong evidence in accordance with their claims. [More]
Ultrasound Waves Power Piezoelectric Implant Device Wirelessly

Ultrasound Waves Power Piezoelectric Implant Device Wirelessly

Researchers at Stanford University have developed an ultrasound-powered, tiny electronic device for medical implant applications. These devices can be powered wirelessly, and now the researchers are trying to further reduce its size. [More]
New Bioresorbable Silicon Circuits and Sensors for Medical Applications

New Bioresorbable Silicon Circuits and Sensors for Medical Applications

Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed biocompatible electronic devices which are completely soluble in water. [More]
Keep Your Employees Safe with Ipsen’s Video on Electrical Safety

Keep Your Employees Safe with Ipsen’s Video on Electrical Safety

When it comes to the safety of your employees, nothing is more important than ensuring they have the necessary information to make safe, sound decisions. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration ... [More]
Keithley to Supply Multiple Parametric Test Systems to X-FAB

Keithley to Supply Multiple Parametric Test Systems to X-FAB

Keithley Instruments, Inc., a world leader in advanced electrical test instruments and systems, today announced it had received orders for additional S530 Parametric Test Systems from X-FAB Silicon Foundries. X-FAB, a Germany-based foundry for analog/mixed-signal devices and micro electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), ordered low power versions of the S530 tester for installation on the main production line at its facility in Kuching, Malaysia, where high voltage S530 systems are already in place. [More]