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Monday 23rd November 2009
MEMC expands solar reach with acquisition
Friday 20th November 2009
IQE appoints Adrian Meldrum as Group Business Development Director
Friday 20th November 2009
Defective semiconductor carbon nanotubes could have increased charge storage capabilities which can be used in the personal electronics market.
Friday 20th November 2009
Plasma-Therm announced today the opening of a sales and service center in Grenoble, France to support the Nextral product line. The new facility will act as a technical support location, training center and offer upgrade and retrofit demonstrations to Nextral equipment users worldwide.
Friday 20th November 2009
HUIZHOU,CHINA, NOVEMBER 9, 2009 - Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE), a market leader in LED lighting, announces an agreement to purchase a 592,000—square—foot facility in Huizhou, Guangdong Province, China. The facility will be Cree's first chip—production facility outside of North America and is targeted to also house future components manufacturing expansion.For more information go to: http://www.cree.com/press/press_detail.asp?i=1257776850124
Thursday 19th November 2009
CRAIC Technologies, the leading innovator of UV-visible-NIR microspectroscopy solutions for science and industry, announced Windows7 compatibility of its MINERVA microspectrometer control and spectral analysis software.
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Wednesday 18th November 2009
The miniaturisation of semiconductors could benefit from new Cornell University research which saw a silicon structure move up to 12 nanometres.
Wednesday 18th November 2009
3S PHOTONICS - formerly Alcatel Optronics and Avanex France - which carries out 95% of its turnover abroad, consolidates a healthy financial position.
Wednesday 18th November 2009
Barry Hopkins, CEO of RAVE LLC, was recently awarded the 2009 Bacus Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2009 Photomask Technology symposium, sponsored annually by SPIE and BACUS, in Monterey, California.
Wednesday 18th November 2009
Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology (OIPT) has recently won a contract with French research centre, STnano in Strasbourg, France for the supply of a Plasmalab System80 Plus ICP system.
Tuesday 17th November 2009
U.S. Dept. Of Energy to fund OLED lighting developed by DuPont
Tuesday 17th November 2009
Applied Materials, Merck and Braunschweig University awarded funding by German Government for OLED research
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Tuesday 17th November 2009
Toshiba has announced 20-nanometre scale generation developments for semiconductor fabrication.
Monday 16th November 2009
Semiconductors made of organic crystals perform better when the molecules are well aligned across grain boundaries.
Sunday 15th November 2009
Marktech & Optrans introduce 4
Friday 13th November 2009
Tokuyama expands UV-LED production capacity with AIXTRON MOCVD system
Thursday 12th November 2009
Researchers hope that using DNA's ability to self-assemble could help with the development of nanoscale semiconductors.
Thursday 12th November 2009
In order to ensure the principles of Moore's law are met, the electronics industry is currently focusing on the development of increasingly smaller semiconductors so that integrated circuits need not increase in size.
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Thursday 12th November 2009
The Plastic Electronics Foundation and IntertechPira are pleased to announce it was another successful year for the Plastic Electronics conference and showcase.
Wednesday 11th November 2009
Semiconductor researchers have developed a transistor made from indium-gallium-arsenide to help address the challenges that Moore's law sets.
Wednesday 11th November 2009
A greater density of semiconductors could be placed into integrated circuits if a wider knowledge of current at a nanometric scale is discovered.
Wednesday 11th November 2009
VLSI Research predicts 2010 will be a great year for chipmakers
Tuesday 10th November 2009
Semiconductor devices used in industrial drives could have benefited from last year's revenue growth for the market.
Monday 9th November 2009
Semiconductors used in video encoders could see demand as a new report suggests worldwide shipments for encoders will rise through to 2014.

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