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2010-07-19 Optical nanocomposite coating bags R&D 100 Award
R&D Magazine named Lockheed Martin and Sandia National Laboratories' research on multifunctional optical coatings as one of the 100 greatest technologies introduced in 2010.
2002-02-12 SDK announces joint development of nano-carbon-composite gear
Showa Denko K.K. has cooperated with Kitagawa Ind. Co. Ltd and Seiko Instruments Inc. to jointly develop a small gear mechanism using a nanocomposite material of nylon and vapor-grown carbon nanofiber.
2003-06-11 Nanosys obtains nanotech rights from Berkeley, Columbia
Nanosys Inc. has signed exclusive agreements for worldwide rights of IPs covering nanocomposite solar cells developed by Berkeley National Labs and Columbia University.
2010-03-17 Nanocomposites up Li-ion battery capacity 5x
Nanocomposites target to scale up the capacity of Li-ion batteries 5x by hanging nanometer-sized silicon particles on trees of carbon black that self-assemble into porous micron-sized spheres.
2010-01-25 Intel, Carnegie Mellon work on solder nanocomposites
Carnegie Mellon University and Intel Corp. are working on a new class of materials called solder magnetic nanocomposites that could help streamline the process of computer electronic packaging.
2011-01-20 Unimicron gets go ahead to use ESD protection in PCBs
Shocking Technologies has certified Unimicron Technology to make PCBs with its voltage switchable dielectric (VSD) material, a polymer nanocomposite for protecting electronic products from ESD.
2009-12-17 Smart grids offer $12B opportunity
The use of nanocomposite materials in power grids will allow it to carry much larger currents and voltages than today, creating a huge opportunity for materials suppliers.
2002-03-06 Toray, Nagoya codevelop synthetic method for DWNT production
Toray Ind. Inc. and Nagoya University have codeveloped a low-cost synthetic method for producing double-walled carbon nanotubes.
2010-12-20 NIST funds electronics, biotech, nano manufacturing research
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has announced a technology innovation program for advanced manufacturing research in electronics, biotechnology and nanotechnology.
2002-12-11 Nanosys, Matsushita to develop nano-based solar cells
Nanosys Inc. and Matsushita Electric Works Ltd have entered into a collaborative agreement for the development of nanotechnology-based solar cells for the Asian building materials market.
2009-06-01 Nanosensors spot bridge, aircraft defects
Nanocomposites are being developed to audit the safety of bridges and aircraft by embedding nanotubes into sensors that change conductivity when cracks or other structural defects occur.
2009-06-02 Nanocrystals key to sub-32nm optical litho
Pixelligent Technologies LLC claim to have developed a nanocrystalline material that can enhance the resolution of existing photolithography equipment to below 32nm.
2014-07-03 Li-ion batteries get a boost from tiny tubes, rods
The battery incorporates single-wall carbon nanotubes that function as a conductive rope-like wrap to address the challenges of heat, weight, and discharging all at once.
2007-05-02 High-k dielectrics to benefit from composite nanomaterials, says researchers
Composite nanomaterials promise to double the charge storage capabilities of capacitors, as well as supercharge plastic circuits with high-k dielectric gate oxides, says researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
2011-04-21 Gamesa opens advanced materials research lab in Singapore
Gamesa launches an advanced materials lab and develops projects involving wind turbine blade coatings, composite materials and carbon fiber polymers.
2004-01-14 CombiMatrix-Cyrano to address chemical nanotechnology
The CombiMatrix Group of Acacia Research Corp. will partner with Cyrano Sciences to develop chemical sensors that combine its microarray technology with Cyrano's electronic nose technology.
2014-02-19 Carbon, FePt enhance device storage performance
An A*STAR research examines the properties of ironCplatinum (FePt) nanocrystals for use in ultra high-density magnetic recording media.
2010-11-05 A*STAR funds new automotive projects
The Singapore consortium welcomes eight new members to research car communications and safety; connected car and infotainment; precision engineering and materials; electronics; and electric vehicles.
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