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Dependable Evaporators, Excellent Service: A new system is installed in Colorado:
In Golden, Colorado, there exists a facility devoted to innovating new technology in order to solve today’s energy challenges. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is large enough to be visible from a large part of the surrounding area, and is home to many rattlesnakes, enough for visitors to be warned to stay on the paths in order to avoid ...
Our partners at KAUST have developed an Indium Tin Oxide alternative, and it's transparent:
As an result of the increase in the prices of indium, researchers have developed a technique that uses aluminum-doped zinc oxide, which is a cheaper alternative effectively used for transparent electronics.
The technology developed by our partners at Ubiquitous Energy was featured in this chemical engineering magazine:
We would love to introduce you to a fascinating application that requires thin film deposition. Called MEMS or micro electro-mechanical systems, it is the fabrication of microscopic machines. Our partner Dr. Robert White from Tufts University uses an Angstrom Nexdep PVD platform to work on these tiny machines, and you can read a bit more about it here:
Happy Friday. We're proud to announce Angstrom Engineering has made the PROFIT 500 list for the 4th year in a row!
Publications Canadian Business and PROFIT have ranked Angstrom Engineering number 55 in the manufacturing category on the 28th annual PROFIT 500 ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. Determined by five-year revenue growth, the PROFIT 500 profiles the country’s most successful growth companies. Angstrom Engineering is a global leader in thin film deposition for physical vapor deposition (PVD), and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) applicati...
One of our LPCVD systems is shipping to our partner this week. Here is a great view of the substrate holder heading into the reactor:
Our friends at NREL have been selected to lead a push to create better photovoltaics:
The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory will lead a consortium comprising Sandia National Laboratories and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on the development of new solar module materials.
Nasa set to give us a surprise discovery announcement on Monday. Will it dissappoint, or actually be exciting?
NASA will announce new findings about Jupiter's ocean-harboring moon Europa during a news conference at 2 p.m. EDT (1800 GMT) Monday (Sept. 26).
When you look at an OLED display, whether it's a phone, TV, or other gadget, you're looking at technology that was developed (at least in part) using Angstrom Engineering equipment:
Organic light emitting diodes represent a growing market for display manufacturers. Thin film devices using physical vapor deposition make it possible.
Our partners use their Angstrom systems to manipulate matter on the nanoscale, which can be utilized for medical research, particularly against cancer:
Some of the biggest advances coming in modern medicine may also be the tiniest. For a few decades, scientists have been learning how to design molecule ...
Imagine your clothes themselves harvesting energy from the sun to charge your phone or keep you warm. Our partner Trisha Andrew is making it happen:
Trisha Andrew and Marianne Fairbanks are developing a solar textile that could end up in clothing, curtains, car seats and tents
This video shows our partners at U-Wisconsin-Madison and the breakthrough they have made with Carbon nanotubes:
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91 Trillium Drive Kitchener, ON N2E 1W8 Canada
91 Trillium DriveCAOntarioKitchenerN2E 1W8
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Ankush Kumar
5 months ago
Great company to work for in Canada. Family oriented environment.