The Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) under the Ministry of Science and ICT developed a roll-based damage-free transfer technique that allows two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials to be transferred into wafer scale without damage.
A synthetic approach that improves absorber layers in perovskite solar cells could help them achieve their full potential and draw closer to the performance of leading gallium arsenide devices.
A pair of physicists at the University of California, Riverside, are aiming to convert light falling on atomically thin semiconductor materials into electricity, having received more than $582,000 in funding from the U.S. Department of the Army.
HORIBA UK Limited announces that it has reinforced its provision to Academia by launching a new dedicated resource center on its website.
Semiconductor materials play an indispensable role in our modern information-oriented society. For reliable performance of semiconductor devices, these materials need to have superior mechanical properties: they must be strong as well as resistant to fracture, despite being rich in nanoscale structures.
In order to support the growth of the Photonic Integrated Circuit (PIC) market and be able to timely serve the scaling of its customers when moving to engineer and pilot production stages, VLC Photonics S.L. is now one of a growing list of established PIC eco-system innovators to receive one of ficonTEC‘s new Wafer-level Test (WLT) systems.
A polymer designed specifically to generate light that can penetrate turbid environments has exhibited the potential for bioimaging trials, where it can identify nano-sized particles present below the surface of realistic tissue models.
10 x 24 cm is one of the most commonly used formats for radiographic films in industrial radiography and DÜRR NDT now supports this popular film format with the new DRC 1024 NDT flat panel detector. This panel offers a compact digital solution for inspection tasks on elongated structures, for example in weld seam testing where longitudinal and circumferential welds are frequently inspected on pipe and hose lines.
Design engineers in the machine vision industry now have more configuration options than ever before with the introduction of the new Axion-xB line of frame grabbers from BitFlow, with support for the highest performance Camera Link® Base cameras on the market. Available in single, dual and quad link versions for maximum design flexibility, the new frame grabbers demonstrate BitFlow's ongoing commitment to the highly popular Camera Link (CL) standard.
A collaboration between the Pericàs group with Prof. Timothy Noël and Dr. Paola Riente at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e, The Netherlands), has crystallised in a Nature Communications paper where they provide key insight into the chemical nature of the true photocatalyst involved in the Bi2O3-driven atom-transfer radical addition (ATRA) reaction.