Surrey NanoSystems in the news
24th February 2012 - The Engineer - NanoBlack coating could soon be used in space applications
Scientists researching the ‘darkest material known to man’ are hoping a new manufacturing process will enable them to create more accurate space instruments.
20th January 2011 - EuroAsia Semiconductor - Nanotubes for CMOS?
Researchers at the University of Surrey have discovered a way to grow high-quality carbon nanotubes over large areas...
19th January 2011 - New Electronics - Researchers at the University of Surrey claim to have discovered a way to grow high quality carbon nanotubes over large areas of substrate temperatures below 350ºC.
According to findings published this month in Carbon Journal, this breakthrough means that lowering the substrate temperature below 400ºC would make the technology compatible with cmos and suitable for large area substrates.
25th August 2009 - EETimes - Carbon nanotube interconnect startup raises $4.1 million
Surrey NanoSystems Ltd. (Newhaven, England) has raised £2.5 million (about $4.1 million) in second round venture capital...
24th August 2009 - New Electronics - £2.5million funding for Surrey NanoSystems
Among the investors are Octopus Ventures, IP Group, the University of Surrey, with the funds being targeted...
24th August 2009 - R&D Magazine - Surrey Nanosystems Secures £2.5 million in Funding
Octopus Ventures, a specialist investor in early-stage and expanding companies provided ...
24th August 2009 - Electronics Weekly - UK firm wins funding for commercial nanotube process
Surrey NanoSystems, a University of Surrey spin-out working on a low-temperature growth process...
22nd August 2009 - Daily Telegraph - Newhaven's hidden carbon nanotubes company, Surrey NanoSystems
The company's clever technology, developed through its relationship with the Advanced Technology Institute at the University of Surrey, enables...
4th March 2009 - EDN - Georgia Tech pushes nanotech research with low-temp carbon nanotube tool
As ICs increase in density and functionality, speeds go up and heat increases. Georgia Tech has purchased a new tool to produce carbon nanotube heatsink structures for heat conduction and dissipation....
10th Oct 2007 - Semiconductor Today - Poland's ITE orders sputtering tool from Surrey NanoSystems
Surrey NanoSystems of Newhaven, UK has won an order for its Gamma 1000 thin-film sputtering tool ...
9th Oct 2007 - Daily Telegraph - University is a challenge that can pay off
Ben Jensen knows how profitable working with a university can be. Five years ago his silicon equipment making business...
27th Sep 2007 - The Engineer Awards Supplement - Recipe for success
Surrey NanoSystems, spun-out from the University of Surrey, has developed and commercialised a system which can grow ordered arrays of nanotubes at low temperatures in a predictable and, above all, repeatable fashion.
25th July 2007 - Professional Engineering - Size is everything
At the distinctly low-tech setting of Newhaven docks, a high-tech enterprise that believes small is beautiful is busy dreaming up products that could play a role in the development of the next generation of computer microprocessors.
17th July 2007 - The Engineer Online - Current thinking
The semiconductor industry typically uses aluminum or copper for on-chip interconnectors. Now researchers from UK company Surrey Nanosystems believe they have developed a machine, the NanoGrowth 1000n, that will effectively replace those materials with carbon nanotubes.
22nd May 2007 - Laboratory News - Cool growth of nanotubes.
The holy grail has been found for the silicone microchip industry, allowing the technology wall to be pushed back.
Please check back regularly for updated information on press coverage of Surrey NanoSystems.
- Surrey NanoSystems secures £4.5m funding to commercialize next-generation semiconductor fabrication technologies (07-Mar-2012)
- Novel nanomaterial system will help create materials of the future - for applications from semiconductors to energy conversion (10-Jan-2011)
- Nanomaterial growth platform's end-to-end processing purity offers breakthrough for developers targetting commercial manufacturing (06-Jul-2010)