Sci-Ton Limited, the UK-based creators of advanced metal-organic resists which enable improved performance e-beam lithographic and photolithographic fabrication of nanoscale features, are delighted to announce the addition of Guy DeRose as a consultant and technical advisor.
A significant partnership has been agreed between Sci-Tron Limited and DisChem, Inc. Sci-Tron are a UK-based manufacturer of advanced metal-organic resists and DisChem a leading US provider of innovative chemical solutions for advanced lithography.
Sci-Tron Limited are pleased to announce that Dr Adam Parry has joined the team in the role of Product Development Scientist, an appointment made to extend capacity as a result of increased interest in Sci-Tron’s advanced resist product families and technologies.
Sci-Tron Limited have announced the launch of nEBL3, a versatile negative tone e-beam resist with unprecedented etch selectivity that is set to out-perform the market leading alternatives.
Sci-Tron Ltd continue to collaborate with the National Graphene Institute (NGI) to evaluate their novel resist materials for electron beam lithography.
Sci-Tron Ltd have been successful in receiving an award of 500k GBP from InnovateUK to enable the growth and development of the company.
Longtime KNI collaborator Dr. Scott Lewis receives award for his talk on ‘Design and implementation of the next-generation electron-beam resists for the production of EUVL photomasks’
University spin-out, Sci-Tron Ltd, fought off stiff competition to win first prize in the Materials category at the Royal Society of Chemistry’s annual Emerging Technologies Competition 2016.