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2012-11-16 Disc storage capacity boosted self-assembling polymers
Researchers at the University of Texas-Austin claim to have developed a method of directed self-assembly that could boost hard drive capacity fivefold.
2012-05-17 Ultra-thin films open new possibilities in flexible electronics
The new class of thin films based on hybrid copolymers could give rise to numerous applications in flexible electronics, in areas as diverse as nanolithography, biosensors and photovoltaic cells.
2010-12-21 IBM, AZ Electronic Materials work on next-gen litho
IBM Research-Almaden will team up with AZ Electronic materials to develop materials based on block copolymers targeted at DSA processes. DSA technology is a potential bottoms-up lithography process meant to meet 16nm and 11nm half-pitch design requirements.
2011-09-30 Polymers tout 10x higher piezoelectric effect
The property is revealed when two different polymer molecules are coupled as two blocks in a di-block copolymer.
2010-03-03 Nanoimprint still awaits takeoff in HDDs
While nanoimprint has not cracked mainstream production in semiconductor fabs, as some had hoped at one time, the technology has been delayed in perhaps its biggest potential market: HDDs.
2016-03-02 Lab-on-a-chip innovation advances biophotonics, 3D printing
KTH Royal Institute of Technology researchers created a novel polymer geared for photostructuring, a technique for creating micro-scale shapes.
2012-02-14 Imec rolls 300mm directed self-assembly process line
The fab-compatible patterning solution can pave the way for scaling EUV lithography to production level, pushing the boundaries of 193nm tech.
2013-02-06 Imaging organic, biological materials with SEM
Learn how to facilitate imaging of organic and biological materials using Agilent 8500 low voltage scanning electron microscope.
2007-01-01 End of Moore's Law prompts technology search
The search is on for a technology that could replace today's workhorse CMOS-based silicon.
2013-03-05 10nm patterned-bit to double HDD data density
HGST Labs combined two innovative nanotechnologiesself-assembling molecules and nanoimprintingto create large areas of dense patterns of magnetic islands that are only about 50 atoms wide.
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