Archive: 07/9/2004

Breakthrough in Bulk Characterization: New Insight Into Aluminium

Aluminium is a metal widely used in industry; therefore the more that is known about it, the more effectively it can be used. Researchers at Riso National Laboratory in Denmark and the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility ...

Jul 09, 2004
not rated yet 0

Fujitsu and Idenken Collaborate on World's Fastest Bio-Database

Aims to Increase Search Speeds 1000-fold, Dramatically Lowering TCO, and Become De-Facto Industry Standard The National Institute of Genetics, also known as Idenken, and Fujitsu Limited today announced their agreement to collab ...

Jul 09, 2004
not rated yet 0

TEL and IMEC collaborate on Immersion Lithography

TOKYO –Jul. 9, 2004- Tokyo Electron Limited (TEL) announced Wednesday an agreement to collaborate in research of 193nm immersion lithography with IMEC vzw (Headquarters: Leuven, Belgium, President and CEO: Gilbert Declerck), ...

Jul 09, 2004
not rated yet 0

Possible Quantum Stumbling Block Found For Nanotechnologies

The rage to exploit all things quantum may have hit a snag. Quantum nanorods, atomic structures that have been heralded as the key to everything from super-efficient solar cells to an elusive white laser, appear to have an ...

Jul 09, 2004
not rated yet 0

Paper-Thin Compound-Eye Camera

The focal length of a lens means that a camera has to have a certain thickness - or so we might think. Insect eyes show that this need not be the case: A camera chip based on the compound-eye principle can be used for person ...

Jul 09, 2004
2 / 5 (3) 0

Microscope With Automatic Controls

Modern optical microscopes are high-tech devices with complex functions and operations. So that not just specialists can get the best out of these advanced instruments, Leica have produced a microscope which automatically ...

Jul 09, 2004
not rated yet 0
  • Pages: 1