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VOLUME -24 NUMBER 5
Publication Date: 05/1/2009
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Green Power: Converting Waste Heat

Durham, NC — Generating clean power from waste heat is gaining significant attention worldwide. One way is to use thermoelectric modules to convert the heat energy directly to electricity. There is a direct link between TE module performance, in terms of efficiency, and the applicability of TEs in ...
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NIST to Help Fund Best R&D

Gaithersburg, MD — The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has set in motion a 2009 competition for multiyear research funding in two major areas of national interest, civil infrastructure and manufacturing, under its Technology Innovation Program (TIP). TIP expects to provide cost-shared ...Read More
Sunburst EMS Building Unique Energy Product

West Bridgewater, MA — You've probably seen them in WW II movies, where patriots in the Philippines or other South Pacific locations behind enemy lines would power a clandestine radio transmitter by pedaling on a bicycle/electric generator. Fast forward more than 60 years and such a machine is now part of something ...Read More


 
 
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.

Indium Corporation Names Nash as Product Manager – PCB Solder Paste
CLINTON, NY - Indium Corporation has named Chris Nash as Product Manager for PCB Assembly Materials.

Nash is responsible for managing new solder paste product development, including strategy guidance and execution, directed to sales to the printed circuit board industry.
 

 
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