19th May 2022

Large area curved silicon detectors

Micron Semiconductor has been working with Queens Mary University London to develop ultra-thin large area detectors  - The use of...
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19th May 2022

Ultra thin silicon detectors – from 3μm

Micron Semiconductor has developed and introduced ultra thin detectors into its silicon detector range with thicknesses from 3μm to 7μm....
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19th May 2022

P-type Si detectors for hard X-ray spectroscopy

High-density compound semiconductors with sufficiently-high photon attenuations, such as CdZnTe, are required for the detection of the high-energy X-rays (>...
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19th May 2022

Photodiodes for space and high radiation environments

Highly efficient, stable photodiode technology suitable for space and high radiation / high temperature applications. Over 90% quantum efficiency at...
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17th July 2020

Solar Orbiter: Closest ever pictures taken of the Sun with Micron Semiconductor Ltd detectors on board

New pictures of the Sun taken just 77 million km (48 million miles) from its surface are the closest ever...
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30th October 2018

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe clinches record

NASA's Parker Solar Probe with Micron Semiconductor's design and manufactured detectors clinches record for the closest approach to the Sun...
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13th August 2018

Heading to the sun on Solar Probe

Nasa launches mission to 'touch the Sun' with Micron Semiconductor's designed and manufactured detectors. US space agency Nasa has launched...
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15th March 2018 / International News

Stephen Hawking: Tributes pour in for ‘inspirational’ physicist

Scientists, politicians and actors have paid tribute to world renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, who has been called an "inspiration to millions".
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15th March 2018 / International News

Big harpoon is ‘solution to space junk’

Airbus is testing a big harpoon to snare rogue or redundant satellites and pull them out of the sky.
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