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    NanoMatrix's products encompass a variety of manufacturing and machining tools that cut, weld, deposit, and etch a vast variety of substances at sub-micron scales. By providing precise control of...
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    Ingeniatrics S.L. was founded on 2001 by researchers from the University of Seville (Spain) to exploit a technological platform for fluid manipulation at micro- and nano-scale. Ingeniatrics...
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    At HRL, we focus on advanced developments in electronics, information & systems sciences, materials, sensors, and photonics, with our workspace spanning basic research to product delivery. We have...
  • News - 9 Sep 2014
    Industrial wet spinning processes produce fibers from polymers and other materials by using tiny needles to eject continuous jets of liquid precursors. The electrically charged liquids ejected from...
  • News - 21 Jan 2014
    4SPIN device is to roll out new jets for the production of composite nanomaterials and core-shell nanofibres in Tokyo. These jets can be used to prepare nanomaterial samples composed of...
  • News - 21 Feb 2012
    By Cameron Chai Nanospire has announced that its investigative study on fusion created by cavitation in water has come to an end. The company has been working on high speed cavitation re-entrant...
  • News - 25 Aug 2010
    College Park, MD (August 24, 2010) -- Because they are portable and easy to operate at ambient temperatures, cold atmospheric pressure plasma jets (APPJs) should find innovative applications in...
  • News - 10 Aug 2010
    Duke University physicists have developed a way to produce sharp fluid jets with enough precision that they can inject material into a single, living cell. The technique promises a way to deliver...
  • News - 10 Aug 2007
    Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, N.M. and Livermore, Calif., are part of a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) -funded team led by UOP, LLC, a Honeywell...
  • News - 25 May 2009
    Under a microscope they look like tiny pie charts or colorful candy canes: A team led by Joerg Lahann at the University of Michigan (USA) has been able to produce micrometer-wide discs and...