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VOLUME -22 NUMBER 12
Publication Date: 12/1/2007
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Green Trucks Help with Holiday Rush


Santa Rosa, CA — It's a funny-looking car, some would say it's "cute" while to others it's simply "weird" but everybody has some kind of opinion about this very green all-electric three-wheeler that is starting to make serious inroads in America's urban areas. The electric is known as the...
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Cancer Destroyed by Radio Waves & Nanotubes

Houston, TX — Carbon nanotubes and RF energy are the latest front runners in the search for cancer cures. In a totally unexpected development, it was found that cancer cells treated with carbon nanotubes can be destroyed by non-invasive radio waves that heat up the nanotubes while sparing untreated tissue. ...Read More
Printed Electronics and the Future of Mobile Phones


Cambridge, MA — Printed electronics is a term that covers printed and potentially printed electronics in a number of categories. It is the basis of an emerging $300 billion business embracing transistors, memory, displays, solar cells, batteries, sensors, lasers and much more. This new electronics ...Read More


 
 
International Wafer-Level Packaging Conference (IWLPC) Keynote Presenters Announced
SAN JOSE, CA - The SMTA and Chip Scale Review are pleased to announce the Keynote Presenters for the 14th annual International Wafer-Level Packaging Conference. The IWLPC will be held October 24-26, 2017 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in San Jose, California.


LUTZE Introduces Teal Ethernet Cat5e Cable
CHARLOTTE, NC - Data transmission is critical for success in today’s manufacturing environment. LUTZE’s new flexible Cat5e AWM 600V Ethernet cable (part#104349) is engineered to protect your data from harmful interference ensuring uninterrupted data transmission and long term network reliability.
 

NXP Announces Production of Security Chips in its US Manufacturing Facilities
AUSTIN, TX; CHANDLER, AZ - NXP Semiconductors N.V. today announced a $22 million dollar program that expands its operations in the United States, enabling the Company’s US facilities to manufacture security chips for government applications that can support critical US national and homeland security programs.
 

 
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