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VOLUME -23 NUMBER 8
Publication Date: 08/1/2008
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New Iron-Based Superconductors

Gaithersburg, MD — Researchers working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have discovered that a new class of iron-based superconductors discovered earlier this year shares similar unusual magnetic properties with previously known high-temperature superconductors based on ...
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Microsoft to issue debt, buy back $40B in stock
Jessica Mintz, AP

Jessica Mintz, AP
SEATTLE - Chaos in the money markets gave Microsoft Corp. an opening Monday to announce it would take on debt for the first time, launch a new $40 billion stock buyback plan and raise its dividend.
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Dr. Nebioglu of Dymax Corporation Presented Her Research at the IPC/ APEX Expo
TORRINGTON, CT - Dymax Corporation is proud of the participation of its Senior R&D Manager of the Adhesives team, Dr. Aysegul Kascatan Nebioglu at the IPC/ APEX Expo 2017 that took place on February 14 to 17 in San Diego, California.

Indium Corporation’s Durham to Share Expertise at IMAPS Device Packaging
CLINTON, NY - Indium Corporation’s Maria Durham, Technical Support Engineer for Semiconductor and Advanced Assembly Materials, will share her expertise at IMAPS 13th International Conference and Exhibition on Device Packaging on March 7-9 in Fountain Hills, Ariz.
 

3D Glass Solutions Announces Highest Efficiency 5G IPD RF Filters
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - 3D Glass Solutions, Inc. (3DGS), a world-class expert on the fabrication of electronic packages and devices using photo-definable glass-ceramics, announced today the development and production of the highest efficiency 5G integrated passive devices (IPD) for radio frequency (RF) filters. These RF filters have been designed to operate as bandpass filters for frequencies at 5GHz and 28GHz with less than 1.0 dB of insertion loss.

Internet of Things: a promising future for sensors| Yole Développement & Fraunhofer EMFT seminar - Munich, July 3&4
LYON, FRANCE - The MEMS & sensor offering has never been so diverse. Inertial, pressure, temperature, (bio-)chemical and gas sensors as well as microphones, fingerprint and iris recognition. All devices are part of the IoT revolution.

 
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