G-ray presents its latenium™ technology at the 15th Vienna Conference on Instrumentation

Towards wafer-scale monolithic CMOS integrated pixel detectors for X-ray photon counting Hauterive, Neuchatel, 21 February 2019 A new semiconductor…

New G-ray group entity

A new entity – G-ray Nanobonding Sàrl – is now incorporated as a contract manufacturing company with core competences in the fields of direct bonding…

CSEM collaboration

Collaboration signed with CSEM G-ray has signed with CSEM – Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique SA, Neuchâtel – a collaboration…

Fundraising: closing Series A first tranche

G-ray Switzerland could successfully achieve the closing of its Series A first tranche.

Neuchâtel support

The State of Neuchâtel Economic Affairs department has confirmed its support to the G-ray project by ratifying an agreement to facilitate the…

New patent filed (2)

US Patent and Trademark Office acknowledged receipt of the following provisional patent application: Application number: US 62/212,019 Inventors:…

G-ray has filed its first patent!

US Patent and Trademark Office acknowledged receipt of the following provisional patent application: Application number: US 62/094,188 Inventor: Hans…

Foundation for Technological Innovation (STI)

Foundation for Technological Innovation (STI) We have the pleasure to report that we have been awarded a grant by the Foundation for Technological…