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VOLUME -23 NUMBER 10
Publication Date: 10/1/2008
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At Last, An Electric Car that Really Works!


Mountain View, CA — Is there an electric car in your future? Chances are very good, especially if a new joint venture succeeds in bringing a Norwegian electric called the "Th!nk City" to the U.S. in large quantities. There are plenty of other electrics vying for American...
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Gold Nanostructures Catalyze Everything

Gaithersburg, MD — For most of us, gold is only valuable if we possess it in large-sized pieces. However, the "bigger is better" rule isn't the case for those interested in exploiting gold's exceptional ability to catalyze a wide variety of chemical reactions, including the oxidation of poisonous carbon monoxide ...Read More
First-Ever Power Conversion Standard IPC-9592

Bannockburn, IL — IPC — Association Connecting Electronics Industries® has published the first-ever power conversion standard, IPC-9592, Requirements for Power Conversion Devices for the Computer and Telecommunications Industries. The 75-page specification covers the complete range of power conversion ...Read More


 
 
SMART Group and NPL Host Process, Design & Reliability Seminar
LONDON, UK - SMART Group, Europe’s largest technical trade association focusing on Surface Mount And Related Technologies, announces that it is co-sponsoring the Process, Design & Reliability Seminar on 9 November with the NPL.
Power Distribution, Inc. Showcases Modular Compact RPP at DCD Mexico
RICHMOND, VA - Power Distribution, Inc. (PDI), leading supplier of power distribution and monitoring solutions for data centers, today announced that the company will be showcasing its Modular Compact RPP at DatacenterDynamics Mexico (Booth #201). The Modular Compact RPP is the ideal match to the conference’s “Data Center Transformation in the Era of the Cloud” theme offering the market’s most versatile RPP adaptable to most demanding of mission critical facility needs.
Avnet, Dragon Innovation and Kickstarter Launch Hardware Studio: New Survey from Avnet Offers Insights into Moving Technology from Development to Market
PHOENIX, AZ - For the growing entrepreneur community, there is good news and continuing challenges. The good news is that designers say they are finding it much easier today to identify the right technologies for their ideas and use those technologies to develop and test prototypes.
 
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