Home > News > UAlbany, Infineon, Genus to co-develop nanoscale computer technology
January 28th, 2004
UAlbany, Infineon, Genus to co-develop nanoscale computer technology
The state University of New York at Albany's Center of Excellence in Nanoelectronics, Infineon Technologies AG, and Genus Inc. have signed a letter of intent to enter into a $12 million, three-year partnership to develop computer chip technology that incorporates nanotech materials, according to state officials.
Harris & Harris Group Portfolio Company, AgBiome, Announces Partnership to Accelerate the Discovery of Next Generation Insect-Resistant Crops July 1st, 2015
Nanometrics to Participate in 7th Annual CEO Investor Summit 2015: Investor Event Held Concurrently With SEMICON West in San Francisco June 25th, 2015
Harris & Harris Group Portfolio Company D-Wave Systems Announces 1,000 Qubit Processor and is Discussed in the Economist June 23rd, 2015
Nanowire LED Innovator Aledia Completes $31 Million Series B Financing June 18th, 2015