Business Wire

  1. KULR Technology’s Thermal Architecture Included In Two Upcoming NASA-JPL Space Missions
    8/2/2018

    KULR Technology, a subsidiary of KT High-Tech Marketing Inc. (OTC: KUTG), announced recently that its carbon fiber thermal management solutions, in particular custom-designed phase change heat sinks, will be used on two upcoming NASA-JPL missions – the 2018 CubeSat “Lunar Flashlight” mission and the 2020 Mars mission as part of the Mars Rover SHERLOC (Scanning Habitable Environment with Raman & Luminescence for Organics & Chemicals) equipment

  2. Cardiovascular Systems, Aerolase Corp. To Collaborate On Laser Atherectomy Tech
    7/31/2018

    Cardiovascular Systems, Inc. (CSI), a medical device company developing and commercializing innovative interventional treatment systems for patients with peripheral and coronary artery disease, recently announced that it has signed an agreement with Aerolase Corp.

  3. Universal Laser Systems Expands Its Materials Database With 3M, Victrex And Dexmet Materials
    7/18/2018

    Universal Laser Systems (ULS) announces the addition of 3M, Victrex and Dexmet materials to its materials database, the most extensive repository of laser material processing parameters for materials in the range of 10 watts to 500 watts.

  4. Intraband Licenses Key WARF Technology For Defense And Industrial Applications
    6/11/2018

    Intraband, a mid-infrared laser manufacturer, announces an exclusive licensing agreement with the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) covering high reliability and power per chip Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) technologies.

  5. Nikon Invests $10M In Hand-Held X-Ray Analyzer Maker Tribogenics
    2/4/2016

    Tribogenics, the inventor of triboluminescence based X-ray technology for industrial, security and scientific applications, announced today that Nikon Americas Inc. has made a strategic investment in Tribogenics. Nikon Group’s investment will help speed the commercialization of Tribogenics’ Watson, hand-held XRF analyzer products.

  6. Brion And NuFlare Join Forces To Improve Mask Equipment Technology
    11/5/2008
    Brion Technologies and NuFlare Technology, Inc. today announced plans to apply their combined expertise in computational lithography and mask equipment technology to develop new designs for manufacturing technologies for next-generation semiconductor masks
  7. Sumitomo Electric Introduces 10G CWDM SFP+ Module With Internal CWDM DFB LD Chip
    10/29/2008
    Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., a leading supplier of solutions for optical components, modules and sub-systems, today announced that it is expanding its 10Gbps portfolio with the introduction of a CWDM-SFP+ transceiver module that can provide parallel transmission at 80Gbps
  8. Luxtera Announces Multi-Million Dollar Project With Sun Microsystems And DARPA
    10/21/2008
    Luxtera announced it has signed a multi-million dollar contract with Sun Microsystems for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Ultraperformance Nanophotonic Intrachip Communications (UNIC) program
  9. Konarka Opens Roll-to-Roll Thin Film Solar Manufacturing Facility With One Gigawatt Nameplate Capacity
    10/7/2008
    Konarka Technologies, Inc., today announced the company has opened the largest roll-to-roll flexible thin film solar manufacturing facility in the world, preparing for the commercialization and mass production of its patent-protected thin film solar material, Power Plastic.
  10. Open Energy Corporation’s SolarSave Architectural PV Glass Manufactured By Suntech To Help Power New California Academy Of Sciences Building, Largest “Green” Museum Ever Constructed
    9/25/2008
    Open Energy Corporation (OTC BB: OEGY), a renewable energy company focused on delivering building integrated photovoltaic solutions, today announced that it has completed its largest solar electric installation for the new California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California