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    Analytik Ltd are specialised consultants and suppliers of unique, high quality analytical instrumentation throughout UK and Ireland. Innovative solutions from leading global instrumentation...
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    Founded in 1997 based on research started at the MIT Media Lab, E Ink Corporation is the leading provider of electronic paper display (EPD) technologies. Products made with E Ink's revolutionary...
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    Rogers' advanced circuit materials (rigid and flexible circuit substrates) and high performance foams (silicone and urethane) are used in a number of key market areas for industrial, communications,...
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    Created in 1992 by two researchers, André Auberton-Hervé and Jean-Michel Lamure from CEA-Léti (one of Europe’s largest microelectronics research institutes) located in Grenoble, France. Soitec is an...
  • Article - 6 Nov 2003
    Penn State electrical engineers say that adding buckyballs or carbon nanotubes to nematic liquid crystals changes their properties and makes them low-cost alternatives for holographic and image...
  • News - 16 Dec 2013
    Forget iPhones and tablets. The latest product shaking up the consumer electronics market is the smart watch, most notably the Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch, released this September. Having been...
  • News - 13 Oct 2010
    A team of scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory and the Carnegie Institution of Washington has succeeded in "watching" nanoparticles...
  • News - 29 Sep 2009
    From scopes that help premature babies breathe to techniques for imaging live neurons and beating hearts as they develop, the latest optical and laser technology being deployed in medicine and...
  • News - 17 Jan 2017
    An ultralight high-performance mechanical watch made with graphene was recently launched in Geneva at the Salon International De La Haute Horlogerie. The University of Manchester collaborated...
  • News - 10 Dec 2014
    When a large protein unfolds in transit through a cell, it slows down and can get stuck in traffic. Using a specialized microscope -- a sort of cellular traffic camera -- University of Illinois...