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Merck Launches New Green Solvents for Photoresist Removal in Chip Production

Merck today announced the launch of a new line of complementary green solvents for use in photolithographic processes in semiconductor manufacturing.

High throughput and environment-friendly removal processes thanks to newly launched product portfolio
Powerful turnkey solutions and improved cost of total ownership set to make a huge impact in the wet chemical market
Reinforces commitment to driving innovation in products and technologies for a sustainable future

Epson Reports Administrative Oversight under the Japanese Radio Act for Industrial Facilities Emitting Radio Waves

Seiko Epson Corporation (TSE: 6724, "Epson") announced that it had failed to submit the necessary applications under the Japanese Radio Act for certain component cleaning equipment it had installed in the past including for industrial facilities emitting radio waves.

Inkron Invests in Augmented Reality Components Development Infrastructure

Inkron, a Nagase Group Company, the global leader of siloxane-based, optically clear Nano-Imprint Lithography (NIL) materials, makes a strategic investment in NIL materials and components development infrastructure. The investment will significantly accelerate Inkron’s development of high-performance optical materials needed in critical components of augmented reality (AR) glasses, 3D sensors and other diffractive optical elements (DOE). Inkron’s ability to provide its customers with customized optical NIL materials with fast turnaround time and enhanced performance shall be significantly improved with this investment. Now Inkron can also provide component prototyping and small series manufacturing services for its customers.

Applied Materials Puts Spotlight on Sustainable AI at the 50th Annual SEMICON West

Presented by Applied Materials: The Honorable Al Gore in Conversation with Heather Clancy of GreenBiz.com

Applied Materials CEO Gary Dickerson on Sustainable AI
Bending the Climate Curve: Enabling Sustainable Growth of Big Data, AI and Cloud Computing with Experts from Arm, Google, Intel, Microsoft, UC Santa Barbara, VMware and Applied Materials

Qioptiq builds new production building in Göttingen

On 18 May 2020, Qioptiq symbolically broke the ground for the start of construction work on a new production building in the Science Park business park in Göttingen. The expansion of the production capacities of the photonics specialist, a subsidiary of Excelitas Technologies, has an investment volume of around 25 million euros. A production hall is being built on an area initially measuring approx. 18,000 m², which will house new state-of-the-art clean rooms (class ISO5) and associated production-related office workplaces as well as the necessary logistics infrastructure. The building will have an effective area of approx. 6700 m², of which approx. 1500 m² will be clean room areas. According to the current planning status, the building should be ready for occupancy in July 2021. After commissioning, approx. 100 employees will start work there.

Applied Materials Announces 2019 Supplier Excellence Awards

Applied Materials, Inc. today announced that 11 companies have received Supplier Excellence Awards for their contributions to Applied’s business over the past year. The awards reflect outstanding technical and operational performance in several areas including quality, service, lead time, delivery, cost and sustainability.


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