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Advanced Diamond Technologies, Inc. (ADT) was formed in December 2003 to commercialize Ultrananocrystalline Diamond™ (UNCD™) technology from Argonne National Laboratory. ADT is the licensee to the...
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Taylor & Francis/CRC Press is a premier publisher of materials science and nanoscience & nanotechnology books, journals, and electronic databases. They provides academics and researchers with...
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HYLE, the International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry and TECHNE, the Journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology have undertaken the experiment of cooperative journal editing and have...
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In response to the increasing demand for rapid dissemination of urgent research
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