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PANalytical acquires XRF laboratories from British Geological Survey

The acquisition further strengthens PANalytical's leading position in delivering full application solutions. The laboratories will continue to deliver highly advanced X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis to BGS and work closely together on research projects in the field of geochemical analysis.

Posted: Feb 7th, 2011

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Veeco Introduces MaxBright MOCVD Multi-Reactor System

Veeco Instruments Inc. announced today the introduction of the TurboDisc MaxBright Gallium Nitride (GaN) Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) Multi-Reactor System for production of high-brightness light-emitting diodes (HB LEDs).

Posted: Feb 7th, 2011

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Frost Sullivan Award for Technology Innovation Presented to CELLERGY on SuperCapacitor Manufacturing EIA, 2010

Cellergy Ltd. A full subsidiary of PCB Technology of the Priortech group, developer and manufacturer of Pulse SuperCapacitors implemented in a wide range of Electronic consumer and industrial battery operated devices, today announced that Frost + Sullivan, a global research and growth consulting firm has conferred the Technology Innovation award in SuperCapacitor Manufacturing EIA, 2010 .

Posted: Feb 7th, 2011

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CardioGenics to Continue Commercialization of its Magnetic Beads With Merck Chimie SAS

Merck recently notified CardioGenics that while it is refining its encapsulation of the CardioGenics beads, it will also test a batch of magnetic beads coated with CardioGenics' proprietary silver-coating and polymer encapsulation processes with the aim of commercializing the CardioGenics Encapsulated Beads while Merck Chimie is finalizing its owns proprietary encapsulation of the CardioGenics beads.

Posted: Feb 5th, 2011

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Another Patent Licensed for PAL-M Super-resolution Technology

Together with the previously issued patents (U.S. 7,626,694, U.S. 7,828,695, U.S. 7,626,703 and U.S. 7,782,457) substantial systems and methods of super-resolution microscopy are now protected. These methods are based on the separation and localization of molecules to achieve resolution beyond the Abbe resolution limit.

Posted: Feb 4th, 2011

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