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Olympus Supports International Surface Metrology Conference at WPI

The conference will focus on the latest advances in the study of surface roughness, which can affect everything from the way a coating adheres to a pill to the way light travels through solar panels. Since objects interact with one another at their surfaces, this field is one of the fastest-growing areas of industrial research and development.

Posted: Sep 30th, 2010

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Weltweit erste Laserproduktion von Nanopartikeln startet in Hannover

Im Juli 2010 startete das in Hannover gegruendete Nanotechnologie-Unternehmen Particular seinen Geschaeftsbetrieb: Ein neues Verfahren zur Produktion hochreiner Nanopartikel, das am Laser Zentrum Hannover e. V. fuenf Jahre lang entwickelt worden ist, wird nun industriell eingesetzt.

Posted: Sep 29th, 2010

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Top U.S. Desalination Experts Tackle Issues Behind Lack of U.S. Traction

NanoH2O, a global provider of reverse osmosis membranes for desalination, hosted five of the top U.S. experts in desalination at its manufacturing facility in El Segundo, California, for a timely discussion on the global water crisis, issues behind the lack of desalination plants in the U.S. and the role innovation, technology and renewable energy are playing in accelerating the adoption of desalination as an important source of freshwater supply.

Posted: Sep 29th, 2010

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IVAM Product Market 'High-tech for Medical Devices' at COMPAMED/MEDICA

Experts of the medical technology industry show new developments, ranging from plastic and crystal components to material analysis as well as micro pumps and implants at the IVAM Product Market and the forum 'High-tech for Medical Devices'. The focal themes include advanced materials, sensor technologies, systems integration and quality assurance.

Posted: Sep 29th, 2010

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IME and Fujikura Forge Partnership to Develop Next-Generation Optical Modulator Devices

The Institute of Microelectronics (IME), a research institute of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), has inked a series of agreements with leading Japanese companies to engage in research and development of microelectronics technologies. These Japanese companies include Fujikura Ltd, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. and Seiko Instruments Inc (SII). The agreements augment A*STAR's initiatives to jump-start new industries leveraging on Singapore's well established semiconductor industry infrastructure through partnerships with local and overseas partners.

Posted: Sep 29th, 2010

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