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    Gennum Corporation, established in 1973, designs, manufactures and markets industry-leading semiconductors and semiconductor-based products for leading segments of the global video, audio and data...
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    USHIO America, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of Specialty and General Illumination lighting solutions based in Cypress, California. Established in 1967 as a subsidiary of USHIO Inc, in Tokyo, Japan,...
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    Acacia Research Corporation comprises two operating groups, Acacia Technologies group and CombiMatrix group. The Acacia Technologies group develops, acquires, and licenses patented technologies....
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    Minus K® Technology, Inc. was founded in 1993 to develop, manufacture and market our state-of-the-art vibration isolation products based on our patented negative-stiffness-mechanism technology....
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    VitaTech Engineering was founded in December 1984 by Mr. Louis Vitale, President & Chief Engineer, as a biomedical research & development company in Boca Raton, Florida. Mr. Vitale developed a...
  • Article - 7 Jun 2006
    Increasingly, DAC's are a limiting factor in nanopositioning resolution. A Physik Instrumente patented technology adds up to 10 bits of resolution to virtually any OEM DAC and popular PC analog I/O...
  • Article - 30 Sep 2004
    Carbon Nanotechnologies has just been granted another U.S. Patent, this one for coated single-wall carbon nanotubes and ropes of single-wall carbon nanotubes. These nanoscale coatings may be polymeric...
  • Article - 18 Feb 2004
    AMR Technologies have developed a new novel nanosized cerium oxide (CeO2) material that is suited to consumer goods applications. Posted February 9 2004
  • Article - 23 Oct 2003
    Using carbon nanotube technology, Applied Nanotechnology have successfully produced a 14" monochrome display. Using similar technology, they believe they will be able to produce larger, high...
  • Article - 16 Feb 2006
    Directly measuring the topography of bits on DVD masters and replicas with an Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) is useful for quality control and process development.