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Oxford Instruments launches Atomfab High volume ALD Manufacturing Solution for GaN Power Device Passivation
Jun 25, 2019

Oxford Instruments launches Atomfab High volume ALD Manufacturing Solution for GaN Power Device Passivation

Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology (OIPT) has today launched a revolutionary plasma Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) high volume manufacturing (HVM) solution...
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NEW Partner UniTemp Germany Thermal Process Equipment
May 22, 2019

NEW Partner UniTemp Germany Thermal Process Equipment

Nano Vacuum Australia & New Zealand are proud to announce our new partner, UniTemp Germany. UniTemp GmbH was founded in...
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Visit Us At The 7th South Australia Space Forum
Apr 30, 2019

Visit Us At The 7th South Australia Space Forum

Nano Vacuum Australia & New Zealand are proudly sponsoring at exhibiting at the 7th South Australia Space Forum being held...
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Moorfield’s nanoPVD range goes from strength to strength
Oct 10, 2018

Moorfield’s nanoPVD range goes from strength to strength

Moorfields nanoPVD systems have recently been installed at Imperial College London, Queen Mary University London, Sweden’s Lund University, and the University of Oslo, Norway....
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Microfluidic Device fabrication for life sciences & biomedical applications
Oct 10, 2018

Microfluidic Device fabrication for life sciences & biomedical applications

Biomedical microfluidic devices are a class of miniaturized electronic devices that are assembled by integration of microfluidics, active sensors/transducers and the supporting signal processing electronics. The similarity of fabrication techniques for this class of devices to those of microelectronics not only allows researchers and engineers to leverage decades of microelectronics processing experience but also provides a rapid route to scale up for new technologies. The very first integrated devices were fabricated on silicon (Si) substrates followed by glass (SiO2) which brought some advantages. Today’s devices are hybrids that combine glass, silicon and various polymers like acrylic, resists, thermoplastics and several other novel nano-electronic and photonic materials. Semiconductor fabrication techniques provide the required economies of scale to make this technology cost-effective, maintaining precision and continued miniaturization and creating devices that remain functional over long-term use.
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ALD Towards Stable and Efficient Perovskite Solar Cells
Sep 15, 2018

ALD Towards Stable and Efficient Perovskite Solar Cells

Hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite solar cells are heavily researched due to their potential to offer both high conversion efficiency and low...
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