Manufacturing news briefs — stories you might have missed

Archer’s biochip design validated by commercial foundry partner  Fabless semiconductor company Archer Materials has had its advanced graphene field effect transistor (gFET) chip design validated by an unnamed commercial foundry partner in the Netherlands with a whole four-inch wafer run. The new gFET device designs have been fabricated and the foundry process was successful, according…

Manufacturing news briefs — stories you might have missed

Archer moves biochip graphene sensor to commercial fab Semiconductor company Archer Materials has announced completion of a proof of concept biosensing graphene transistor for use in its biochip, and submitted the technology design to a commercial foundry to verify scalability. Archer is transferring its first-generation graphene field effect transistor (“gFET”) design to a foundry partner, …