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Protecting Pilots: Next-Generation Electronic Warfare


Atlanta, GA — When U.S pilots encounter enemy air defenses, onboard electronic warfare (EW) systems protect them by interfering with incoming radar signals — a technique known as electronic attack (EA) or jamming. Conversely, electronic protection (EP) technology prevents hostile ...

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In Korea: Fuel Cells to Replace Nuclear Power Plants


Seoul, South Korea — It's a worldwide phenomenon: nuclear power plants are being viewed with increased suspicion and unease — especially in the wake of the 2011 earthquake/tsunami Fukushima nuclear plant disaster in Japan. The mood in South Korea is increasingly moving away from favoring nuclear ...
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Huge Mobile Radiation Detectors Deployed at Ports

Albuquerque, NM — A Sandia National Laboratories team completed acceptance testing on an enormous mobile scanner that makes smuggling radiological materials more difficult, the eighth such unit that Sandia has deployed worldwide.
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Nihon Superior: New R&D Facility

Ipoh, Malaysia — Nihon Superior has opened its newest research and development (R&D) center in Malaysia, and has begun its joint research project with UniMAP, one of Malaysia's highest-ranking universities.
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SMTA Announces Pan Pacific Microelectronics Symposium Program Finalized
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - SMTA announced that the program is finalized for the 23rd Annual Pan Pacific Microelectronics Symposium. The event will take place February 5-8, 2018 at the Hapuna Beach Prince Resort on the Big Island of Hawaii. 
Indium Corporation’s Vareha-Walsh to Present at International Electronic Recycling Congress (IERC) 2018
CLINTON, NY - Indium Corporation’s Donna Vareha-Walsh, Director, Metals Business Unit, will share her expertise at the 17th International Electronic Recycling Congress (IERC) 2018 event on Jan. 18 in Salzburg, Austria.

There is a widely held misconception that indium, a critical material for the indium-tin oxide (ITO) industry, is in limited supply.

 
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