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VOLUME -24 NUMBER 8
Publication Date: 08/1/2009
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NIST: Passing the Neutron Science Torch

Gaithersburg, MD — What do the mystery of how proteins fold, the unexpected behavior of nanoparticles, and the key to making hydrogen fuel cells have in common? All can be investigated with beams of slow-moving neutrons — and scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST ...
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Printed Electronics Using More Inorganics


Printed electronics is using more inorganics and composites in the quest for higher performance, lower costs, finer feature size, stretchability and creation of radically new components such as memristors, supercabatteries and metamaterials. Here is what some developers and suppliers have been up ...Read More
IEEE Industry Standards: New Program to ID Software

Piscataway, NJ — The IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (ISTO) has established a new program focused on revolutionizing software asset management by effective implementation of standards — TagVault.org. Read More


 
 
SEMI European 3D Summit 2017: Creating High-Density Systems
GRENOBLE, FRANCE - Building on a record of past successes, SEMI today announced the fifth SEMI European 3D Summit. The advanced semiconductor summit will take place on 23-25 January, 2017 at Minatec in Grenoble, France, with the theme “European 3D Summit 2017 – Creating High Density Systems.”


Libra Industries’ CTO Completes MVP Upgrade / Training

MENTOR, OH ― Libra Industries, a privately held electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider, is pleased to announce that Scott Fillebrown, CTO, recently completed upgrades and training on the MVP Supra E AOI system in its Mentor facility. The Supra E is a leading AOI solution for SMT manufacturers. 


 
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