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    Finnester coatings Oy designs and manufactures specific coatings to customer driven applications. With the use of tailor-made formulations and unique raw materials, the company solves all kinds of...
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    Carmel Olefins Ltd. is Israel's largest producer of polymers and the sole producer of polyolefins. The Company manufactures and sells: Low-Density Polyethylene under the registered trade mark...
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    Nanotech Energy Solutions is the official distributor of Nansulate®, the award wining energy-saving and asset protection coatings for Alaska's commercial and industrial needs. Nansulate HH...
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    Ball Semiconductor Incorporated was founded to commercialize a new and revolutionary idea for developing, manufacturing, and marketing spherical integrated circuits. Ball Semiconductor Inc. and its...
  • Article - 15 Oct 2003
    Nanotechnologists at UCLA have developed nano-turf, a material covered in tiny needles that repel liquids and could be the ultimate in non-stick surfaces.
  • News - 30 Nov 2009
    Scientists and engineers from two of the nation's largest industries - medicine and energy - will come together Dec. 7 with leading academicians to explore the synergies in moving oil and...
  • News - 7 Feb 2014
    Cars inch forward slowly in traffic jams, but molecules, when jammed up, can move extremely fast. New research by Northwestern University researchers finds that water molecules traveling...
  • News - 24 Jun 2013
    Alcoa and OJSC RUSNANO will produce technologically advanced oil and gas aluminum drill pipe finished with a life-extending antiwear coating under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed by the...
  • News - 5 Mar 2009
    Microscopic particles of carbon known as buckyballs may be able to keep the nation's water pipes clear in the same way clot-busting drugs prevent arteries from clogging up. Engineers at...
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    This video shows how graphene nanowires can be used to cool a chip.....to read the complete article see "Breakdown current density of graphene nanoribbons Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 243114 (2009)