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    DEK is the world’s leading provider of equipment and processes for the high accuracy mass imaging of electronic materials. Through the combined strength of machines, stencils and screens, consumables...
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    Cetek Technologies, Inc., founded in 1989 by Fayiz Hilal, is focused on the development and manufacturing of ceramics and the associated materials. The Cetek Process allows us to produce and...
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    V-Kool uses a patented nanotechnology process to embed a metallic coating only a few hundred atoms thick onto an optically clear and durable polyester film. When applied to windows, the product...
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    Bluestone Global Tech (BGT), founded in 2011 and based in New York, is aiming at becoming the leader in the emerging graphene industry, introducing this advanced material to technological...
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    Since its founding in 1992, El-Mul Technologies has established itself as an advanced technology leader, consistently providing solutions to meet the most challenging needs of our customers in the...
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    CEYX® Technologies is the leading provider of software-enabled control systems for light emitting devices. CEYX designs, develops and markets embedded firmware for use in optical transceivers for...
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    We started as a group of scientists and engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), researching a new technology called Wafer-Engineering, a patented and proprietary technology enabling...
  • Article - 23 Jan 2007
    The standard cathode ray tube (CRT) based monitor, display or television screen has been almost completely eclipsed by liquid crystal displays (LCD) and flat screen plasma displays. Advances in...
  • Article - 4 Dec 2003
    Carbon nanotube research advances have the potential to reduce cost of large, flat panel displays and enable other applications. Posted July 1 2003
  • Article - 14 Jan 2004
    Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. and Fujitsu Component Limited today announced the joint development of the world's first resistive touch panel that uses a conductive polymer film. Posted December 22 2003