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Investment for expansion secured by Izon Science

Izon Science, a global leader in accurate nanoparticle analysis, today announced it has completed a £1 million (NZ$2.0m) funding round in the UK. In conjunction with the investment, Izon’s global he... [More]
Zyvex Introduced Second-generation Nanocomposites

Zyvex Introduced Second-generation Nanocomposites

Zyvex Technologies is introducing a second-generation nanocomposite highly toughened with carbon nanotubes called Arovex® HT. [More]
Clickable Biodegradable Elastomer Design May Expand Application of Biodegradable Polymers

Clickable Biodegradable Elastomer Design May Expand Application of Biodegradable Polymers

When biology and materials science converge, the results can be new materials that can be used to deliver targeted drugs, repair damaged arteries or rebuild failing tissues, such as the anterior cruciate ligament, the ACL injury that can end sports careers. Penn State bioengineer Jian Yang is developing polymers designed to target all three. [More]

Agar Scientific Continues to Work Closely with the Electron Microscopy Laboratory as a 'One-Stop-Shop' for their Microscopy Accessories

Agar Scientific, a leading supplier of microscopy accessories and consumables, is pleased to report on the work of the Electron Microscopy Laboratory at the University of Reading. [More]
NEI Offers New Service for Producing Nanoscale Fibers through Electrospinning

NEI Offers New Service for Producing Nanoscale Fibers through Electrospinning

NEI Corporation announced today a new service for producing nanoscale and microscale fibers through electrospinning. NEI is offering its knowledge and expertise in helping to transition concepts into working prototypes. Electrospinning is a technique to form fibers by the use of a voltage potential between a solution of the material and a grounded collector. [More]
imec Celebrates 30th Anniversary

imec Celebrates 30th Anniversary

World-leading nanotechnology research and development center imec, today announced the celebration of its 30th anniversary. Founded in 1984 as a non-profit organization, imec has grown to be a multi-disciplinary expertise center in the fields of semiconductor chips and systems, electronics for life sciences, body area networks, energy, photovoltaics, sustainable wireless communication, image sensors and vision systems, and flexible electronics and displays. [More]
New Modeling Solution to Assess Cost of Advanced Semiconductor Technology Options

New Modeling Solution to Assess Cost of Advanced Semiconductor Technology Options

Nanoelectronics research center imec and AlixPartners, a leading global business advisory firm, announced today that the two companies are co-developing a cost modeling solution to assess the cost of advanced semiconductor technology options. The work is aimed at assisting the semiconductor industry in improving the operational intelligence around costs of future technology nodes. [More]
Solid Picene Doped with Potassium Becomes a Superconductor

Solid Picene Doped with Potassium Becomes a Superconductor

Research by Professor Yoshihiro Kubozono at Okayama University has potential for innovative applications of solid picene and organic superconductors, graphene and other functional materials. This research is featured in the December issue of the Okayama University eBulletin: http://www.okayama-u.ac.jp/user/kouhou/ebulletin/index.html [More]
Zhifeng Ren Honored with the Edith and Peter O'Donnell Award in Science

Zhifeng Ren Honored with the Edith and Peter O'Donnell Award in Science

A University of Houston physicist has been honored with the Edith and Peter O'Donnell Award in Science from The Academy of Medicine, Engineering & Science of Texas (TAMEST). [More]
HyperSolar Evaluates Onsite Hydrogen Production Methods for Use in Fuel Cell Vehicles

HyperSolar Evaluates Onsite Hydrogen Production Methods for Use in Fuel Cell Vehicles

HyperSolar, Inc., the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and any source of water, today announced that it is evaluating commercial methods for onsite hydrogen production at distribution points or fueling stations to meet the demand created by the launch of fuel cell cars next year. [More]