News - 30 Jan 2023
For the first time, Heraeus Electronics will exhibit at SEMICON Korea, scheduled to take place February 1-3, 2023, at COEX in Seoul, Korea. At the exhibition, Heraeus Electronics will show a wide...
News - 24 Jan 2023
Heraeus Electronics returns to NEPCON Japan after two years of the pandemic. At the exhibition, which is scheduled to take place January 25-27, 2023, at The Tokyo Big Sight, Heraeus Electronics will...
News - 9 Nov 2022
The majority of space satellites have been powered by photovoltaic cells that have the potential to convert sunlight into electricity. Vulnerability to a few kinds of radiation in orbit could harm the...
News - 18 Aug 2022
A paper recently published in the journal ACS Applied Electronic Materials reviewed the use of iron disulfide/pyrite in solar cells to improve their efficiency.
Study: Iron Pyrite in...
News - 17 Feb 2022
In a recent study published in the open-access journal Materials, researchers analyzed the effect of irradiation of charge particles on perovskite solar cells (PSCs) while being used in space...
News - 23 Nov 2021
In 1984, a routine examination of an aluminum-manganese alloy revealed a curious anomaly that was previously thought to be crystallographically impossible– a five-fold rotational...
News - 30 Mar 2021
Materials such as gallium arsenide are extremely important for the production of electronic devices. As supplies of it are limited, or they can present health and environmental hazards, specialists...
News - 12 Jan 2021
Today's electronic devices strive for new form factors - to make them foldable, stretchable, and deformable.
To produce such devices that are highly stretchable or deformable, it is necessary...
News - 15 Nov 2019
Indium Corporation will feature its fine-grade precision die-attach AuSn ribbon at NEPCON Japan, January 15-17 in Tokyo, Japan.
AuLTRATM-FINE die-attach AuSn ribbon is designed for high-volume,...
News - 19 Jun 2017
The wide reach of corrosion, a multitrillion-dollar global problem, may someday be narrowed considerably thanks to a new, better approach to predict how metals react with water.