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    ColdEdge Technologies provides custom <4K to 1000K closed cycle cryostats with interfaces. ColdEdge provide GM & Pulse Tube technologies from SHI Cryogenics of America, Displex®, CTI...
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    Nextreme Thermal Solutions manufactures advanced thermoelectric components to address the escalating thermal management needs of the semiconductor, photonics, test-and-measurement and...
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    Thermal management systems utilizing advanced thermoelectrics. As the leader in advanced cooling technology, nanoCoolers offers thermal management solutions that will revolutionize the computing,...
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    Celsia Technologies is a full solution provider and licensor of thermal management products and technology for the PC, consumer electronics, lighting and display industries. The company is a leader...
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    Angstrom Sciences was founded in 1988 by Mark A. Bernick with a corporate mission to supply the most advanced magnetron sputtering cathodes and high purity materials for plasma vapor deposition of...
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    NanoPore, Incorporated was founded in 1993 with the purpose of commercializing high porosity/high surface area materials for a wide range of applications including adsorbtion, gas separation, advanced...
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    Microstaq designs, develops and manufactures high-performance MEMS (micro electro-mechanical systems) silicon valve systems capable of operating in normal to extreme flow control environments....
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    Capovani Brothers Inc. is at heart a buyer, refurbisher, and seller of used semiconductor manufacturing equipment. As such, we deal with a wide variety of customers, having an equally wide variety...
  • Article - 26 Mar 2004
    Mechanical engineers at Purdue University are developing a new type of cooling technology for computers that uses a sort of nano-lightning to create tiny wind currents. Posted March 22 2004
  • Article - 19 Apr 2004
    Albany Nanotech at the state University of New York is to participate in a federally funded $4.5 million project to demonstrate cryogenically cooled power semiconductors for the U.S. Navy. Posted...