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Friday 29th February 2008
New Kauffman Foundation paper advances regional policies for fostering entrepreneurially driven economic growth.
Friday 29th February 2008
European Consortium to push the speed limit of silicon based transistor up to 0.5 Tera Hertz (THz).
Friday 29th February 2008
Zygo Corporation announced that it has acquired the assets of Solvision, Inc., a Canadian based company, including the shares of its Singapore subsidiary.
Friday 29th February 2008
The SIMOX-SOI implantation equipment provider is assessing the potential sale of the company with BlueLake Partners LLC.
Friday 29th February 2008
The company reorganises to improve structural profitability and strengthen customer partnership.
Friday 29th February 2008
Nano construction capability stands to impact future direction of information technology.
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Friday 29th February 2008
Company expects transaction will be accretive to Fiscal 2009 earnings by approximately US$0.05 per share.
Thursday 28th February 2008
The devices were made using Extreme Ultra Violet (EUV) lithography on test chip.
Wednesday 27th February 2008
Latest design flow streamlines development and testing of low power systems-on-a-chip. Reduced design and test costs.
Wednesday 27th February 2008
New study paves way for using nanofluids in cameras, microdevices, and displays.
Wednesday 27th February 2008
Technology companies to collaborate on New Copper CMP solutions for 32 nm and 22 nm nodes.
Wednesday 27th February 2008
The company has received a subsidy of approximately € 3.5 million from the European Union to enable the further development of its innovative lithography machine for producing next generation chips.
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Wednesday 27th February 2008
The company becomes an associate member in SEMATECH's 3D Interconnect Programme.
Tuesday 26th February 2008
Board views unsolicited proposal by Japanese company, Sumitomo Heavy Industries and TPG as not in best interests of Axcelis and its shareholders.
Tuesday 26th February 2008
Photomask registration and overlay metrology to enable double patterning lithography.
Tuesday 26th February 2008
A framework contract with module manufacturer Signet Solar has been signed to run until 2011 for the supply of solar modules with a peak output of around 50 megawatt.
Tuesday 26th February 2008
DRAM roadmap to 30nm generation. Step change technology to significantly improve productivity.
Tuesday 26th February 2008
According to a new study by NanoMarkets, materials for use in thin film and organic photovoltaics (PV) will reach $3.8 billion by 2015.
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Tuesday 26th February 2008
Local experts based in the region to support customers of its media rich application processors.
Tuesday 26th February 2008
The company announces a high density array magnetic anomaly sensor development plan.
Tuesday 26th February 2008
Labour saving innovation coupled with outstanding accuracy help improve fuel cell efficiency and reduce costs.
Tuesday 26th February 2008
The two companies sample first 90 nm embedded flash microcontrollers to key automotive customers in a joint effort and declare ‘promise delivered’.
Monday 25th February 2008
IMEC has realised a single-junction GaAs solar cell on a Ge substrate with a record conversion efficiency of 24.7%. The efficiency was measured and confirmed by NREL (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, US). GaAs solar cells are used in satellite solar panels and earth-based solar concentrators.
Monday 25th February 2008
A joint nanotechnology concept, developed by Nokia Research Centre (NRC) and the University of Cambridge (UK), the Morph, was launched.

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