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Old Coils May Hold Key to Fusion Power

Albuquerque, NM — A surprising effect created by a 19th-Century device called a Helmholz coil offers clues about how to achieve controlled nuclear fusion — a discovery made at Sandia National Laboratories, using its powerful "Z" machine.

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Hazardous Materials Labeling: It's a Bloody Mess

Washington, DC — Millions of pounds of chemical products are shipped between countries daily, often with inconsistent or inappropriate labeling. Many if not most of these products offer health hazards that must provide warning in the labeling — usually in the form of graphic pictograms (icons) that are supposed ...
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AZ Congresswoman Sinema Tours Isola Plant

Bannockburn, IL — Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-9) visited Isola's manufacturing and R&D facilities in Chandler, Arizona on Friday, January 3 to learn about the issues that concern the developer and manufacturer of materials used to fabricate advanced printed circuit boards.
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Rehm goes to India

Blaubeuren, Germany - Across New Delhi from September 14 to 16, 2017 the words on everyone’s lips will be “Welcome to productronica India”! The international electronics industry is focusing on India as a growth market for innovation and is playing host to discussions about the latest production strategies and technologies. For the first time, Rehm Thermal Systems will have their very own info stand at the world-renowned trade fair. Our on-site team looks forward to meeting you in the German Pavilion in Hall 10, at Booth 1013.


Marty Daniel Joins StratEdge as Account Manager
SAN DIEGO, CA - StratEdge Corporation, leader in the design and production of high performance semiconductor packages for microwave, millimeter-wave, and high-speed digital devices, announces the selection of Marshall "Marty" Daniel as its new account manager.
SEMI Europe Supports Call for Action on European Manufacturing Policy
BRUSSELS - SEMI today confirmed its support for joint industry/government cooperation to advance European manufacturing policy. A Joint-Declaration signed by SEMI Europe and 129 other manufacturing associations calls for a renewed commitment to the growth of manufacturing sectors and implementation of a strong action plan.
 
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