Brewer Science to Exhibit Technologies of the Future for America's Defense at Nanotechnology Conference
August 6, 2012 - Brewer Science, a global leader in developing and manufacturing specialty materials, integrated processes, and laboratory-scale wafer processing equipment, is exhibiting at the 10th Annual NanoTechnology for Defense (NT4D) Conference, 6-9 August 2012, at the Red Rock Resort in Summerlin, Nevada.
Initiated a decade ago by the Air Force Research Laboratory, the Army Research Laboratory, the Office of Naval Research, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the NT4D Conference remains the premier event addressing emerging and nano-scale technologies for defense.
To highlight its advances in carbon nanotube technology to produce flexible electronics, Brewer Science will present “Design, prototying, and characterization of combustible passive radio-frequency identification (RFID) sensors on flexible substrates” during the conference poster session in the Red Rock Ballroom.
Visit Brewer Science at Booth No. 313 to learn about the advanced materials we offer for applications in U.S. Government energy and defense sectors.
Visit http://www.usasymposium.com/nano/exhibitors.htm for more information about the NT4D Conference.
About Brewer Science
Brewer Science is a global technology leader in developing and manufacturing specialty materials, integrated processes, and laboratory-scale wafer processing equipment for applications in semiconductors, compound semiconductors, advanced packaging/3-D integrated circuits, MEMS, sensors, displays, LEDs, and printed electronics. The company continuously introduces high-technology solutions that enable reliable fabrication of cutting-edge, high-performance integrated microdevices used in the most advanced and elegant electronics such as tablet computers, smart phones, digital cameras, flat-panel monitors and TVs, and LED lighting. Since 1981, when its ARC® material technology revolutionized lithography processes, Brewer Science has expanded its spectrum of technology to include products currently used in advanced lithography, chemical and mechanical device protection, thin layer handling, and 3-D integration, as well as products based on carbon nanotubes and nanotechnology.
Brewer Science was recently named one of the top places to work by Missouri’s largest daily newspaper, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.