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- Advanced Print and Roll to Roll Manufacturing Facility
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- Conte Nanotechnology Cleanroom Lab
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility
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- W.M. Keck Nanostructures Laboratory
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A research team comprising scientists from Tohoku University, RIKEN, the University of Tokyo, Chiba University and University College London have discovered a new chemical reaction pathway on titanium...
Super graphene helps boost chemotherapy treatment: Replacing silver coating on catheters with graphene increases treatment effect
Chemotherapy treatment usually involves the patient receiving medicine through an intravenous catheter. These catheters, as well as the the equipment attached to them, are treated with a silver coatin...
IRT Nanoelec Partners Achieve 3D Chip-stacking Technology & 3D Network-on-chip Framework for Digital Processing
IRT Nanoelec, an R&D consortium focused on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) using micro- and nanoelectronics, and its partners CEA-Leti, STMicroelectronics and Mentor Graphics have rea...
Haydale, a leader in the development of enhanced graphene and nanoparticulate materials, has announced a collaboration with listed Australian technology materials development company, Talga Resources...
Renishaw, a world leader in metrology and spectroscopy technologies, reports on the use of its SEM-SCA interface at the Vibrational Spectroscopy Core Facility of the University of Sydney.
Iranian researchers tried to overcome the challenge of tire abrasion in an optimum manner by using nanotechnology.
Potential applications include novel 2D plasmonic lenses, couplers and routers.
IBM researchers say that it may now be possible to pack more than 20 billion transistors onto a single chip.
9th International Summer Schools on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies, Organic Electronics & Nanomedicine
July 4, 2015 - The lectures will review the current trends and knowledge in the fields of NN in general (mainly in School 1) and in parallel focus in two main Application areas, the Organic Electronics (School 2) and Nanomedicine (School 3). Furthermore state-of-the-art techniques, as well as a demonstration-tour in the laboratory facilities for developing and characterizing nanoscale materials will also be included. Top class Experts from Universities, Research Institutions and Industry worldwide will share their knowledge and experience in the format of lecture presentations. Generally, the ISSON program will be comprised by plenary and parallel sessions in order for the ISSON students to fix-and-attend lectures according to their preference. This year, Schools 2 and 3 are also supported by the OrgBIO FP7 project with highly interdisciplinary/intersectoral lectures in the area of organic bioelectronics. Thessaloniki, Greece
July 6, 2015 - The 5th NANOTEXNOLOGY Expo 2015 will unite innovators to bring Nanotechnology & Organic Electronics from lab to market! Join the biggest marketplace for Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials and Organic Electronics applications, products and research in Europe. The fully integrated exhibition and conferences will enable you to demonstrate and discover state-of-the-art prototypes, technologies and research results from innovative companies, leading research institutes, high-tech clusters, SMEs and EU-projects. It will give you the opportunity to participate to the Matchmaking Event, to have a face-to-face contact with other businesses and to promote your products and research results to an audience which rapidly grows every year! Thessaloniki, Greece
July 7, 2015 - The NN is the Internationally established world-class event in Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies (N&N) that focuses on the latest advances on N&N and promotes profound scientific discussions between scientists, researchers from different disciplines and market leaders. Front-line experts from multidisciplinary research and application areas are encouraged to join this conference, to discuss the benefits of N&N in their R&D efforts, to advance the networking and collaborating between different academia, research and industry players in the field and to stimulate the exchange of educational concepts. Thessaloniki, Greece.The international Conference program is structured in plenary, keynote, invited, oral and visual presentations and covers the entire range of N&N research, technologies and applications, focusing on the latest scientific, technological and market-related trends. Do Not Miss the Special Workshops, Events and Round Tables, covering the latest developments in the fields of Photovoltaics, Polymer Nanotechnologies, Bioelectronics, Graphene and related materials, NanoMedicine related Issues, NanoConstruction, Commercialization and EU funded Projects on Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies!
July 8, 2015 - Please join the 2nd ISBPPB Annual Conference to hear the latest research findings and enjoy the many opportunities to network with colleagues and new friends.The 2nd ISBPPB Annual Conference & Exposition in 2015 will include: Plenary/Invited LecturesOral PresentationsYoung Researcher Presentations (Students / Post-Doctoral)Poster SessionExhibits
July 8, 2015 - Recent Advances In Nano-Science And Technology (RAINSAT-2015) will be held at Sathyabama University, India, during July 8th - 10th, 2015 in association with CSIR-CLRI, India. This conference will bring together leading academic/industrial scientists and researchers around the world in the domain of interest for exchanging new ideas and applications, constructive dialog on theoretical concepts, technological innovations and future prospects in the field of Nanoscience and technology. We hope that the conference will significantly contribute towards enriching the scientific and technical knowledge.
Christine Vu, IBM Media RelationsDr. Michael Liehr (left) of SUNY Polytechnic Institute's Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering and Bala Haran (right) of IBM Research inspect a wafer comprised of 7nm (nanometer) node test chips in a clean room in Albany, NY. IBM Research, working with alliance partners at SUNY Poly CNSE, has produced the semiconductor industry’s first 7nm node test chips with functional transistors. (Darryl Bautista/Feature Photo Service for IBM)An alliance led by IBM Research (NYSE:IBM) today announced that it has produced the semiconductor industry’s first 7nm (nanometer) node test chips with functioning transistors. The breakthrough, accomplished in partnership with GLOBALFOUNDRIES and Samsung at SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (SUNY Poly CNSE), could result in the ability to place more than 20 billion tiny switches -- transistors -- on the fingernail-sized chips that power everything from smartphones to spacecraft. To achieve the higher performance, lower power and scaling benefits promised by 7nm technology, researchers had to bypass conventional semiconductor manufacturing approaches. Among the novel processes and techniques pioneered by the IBM Research alliance were a number of industry-first innovations, most notably Silicon Germanium (SiGe) channel transistors and Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) lithography integration at multiple levels. Industry experts consider 7nm technology crucial to meeting the anticipated demands of future cloud computing and Big Data systems, cognitive computing, mobile products and other emerging technologies. Part of IBM’s $3 billion, five-year investment in chip R&D (announced in 2014), this accomplishment was made possible through a unique public-private partnership with New York State and joint development alliance with GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Samsung, and equipment suppliers. The team is based at SUNY Poly’s NanoTech Complex in Albany. “For business and society to get the most out of tomorrow’s computers and devices, scaling to 7nm and beyond is essential,” said Arvind Krishna, senior vice president and director of IBM Research. “That’s why IBM has remained committed to an aggressive basic research agenda that continually pushes the limits of semiconductor technology. Working with our partners, this milestone builds on decades of research that has set the pace for the microelectronics industry, and positions us to advance our leadership for years to come.” Microprocessors utilizing 22nm and 14nm technology power today’s servers, cloud data centers and mobile devices, and 10nm technology is well on the way to becoming a mature technology. The IBM Research-led alliance achieved close to 50 percent area scaling improvements over today’s most advanced technology, introduced SiGe channel material for transistor performance enhancement at 7nm node geometries, process innovations to stack them below 30nm pitch and full integration of EUV lithography at multiple levels. These techniques and scaling could result in at least a 50 percent power/performance improvement for next generation mainframe and POWER systems that will power the Big Data, cloud and mobile era. “Governor Andrew Cuomo’s trailblazing public-private partnership model is catalyzing historic innovation and advancement. Today’s announcement is just one example of our collaboration with IBM, which furthers New York State’s global leadership in developing next generation technologies,” said Dr. Michael Liehr, SUNY Poly Executive Vice President of Innovation and Technology and Vice President of Research. “Enabling the first 7nm node transistors is a significant milestone for the entire semiconductor industry as we continue to push beyond the limitations of our current capabilities.” "Today’s announcement marks the latest achievement in our long history of collaboration to accelerate development of next-generation technology," said Gary Patton, CTO and Head of Worldwide R&D at GLOBALFOUNDRIES. "Through this joint collaborative program based at the Albany NanoTech Complex, we are able to maintain our focus on technology leadership for our clients and partners by helping to address the development challenges central to producing a smaller, faster, more cost efficient generation of semiconductors." The 7nm node milestone continues IBM’s legacy of historic contributions to silicon and semiconductor innovation. They include the invention or first implementation of the single cell DRAM, the Dennard Scaling Laws, chemically amplified photoresists, copper interconnect wiring, Silicon on Insulator, strained engineering, multi core microprocessors, immersion lithography, high speed SiGe, High-k gate dielectrics, embedded DRAM, 3D chip stacking and Air gap insulators. IBM and SUNY Poly have built a highly successful, globally recognized partnership at the multi-billion dollar Albany NanoTech Complex, highlighted by the institution's Center for Semiconductor Research (CSR), a $500 million program that also includes the world's leading nanoelectronics companies. The CSR is a long-term, multi-phase, joint R&D cooperative program on future computer chip technology. It continues to provide student scholarships and fellowships at the university to help prepare the next generation of nanotechnology scientists, researchers and engineers. For more information about SUNY Polytechnic Institute, visit www.sunycnse.com and www.sunypoly.edu . For more information on IBM Research, visit www.research.ibm.com. Contact(s) informationChristine VuIBM Media Relations1 (914) email@example.com Source: https://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/47301.wss
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