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    The Owlstone detector is a revolutionary dime-sized device that can be programmed to detect a wide range of chemical agents that may be present in extremely small quantities. Using leading-edge micro-...
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    Particle Measuring Systems has 35 years experience designing, manufacturing, and servicing microcontamination monitoring instrumentation and software used for detecting particles in air, liquid, and...
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    L-3 CyTerra specializes in threat detection for military, commercial, and homeland security applications. Our products are able to detect concealed threats in a variety of landscapes providing the...
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    Advanced Fuel Research, Inc. (AFR) celebrated its twentieth anniversary in early 2000. The Company currently has 14 full-time employees and 14,000 sq. ft. of office and laboratory space. Click on the...
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    BaySpec, Inc., founded in 1999 with 100% manufacturing in the USA (San Jose, California), is a vertically integrated spectral sensing company. The company designs, manufactures and markets advanced...
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    Viscotek Corporation, headquartered in Houston, Texas, was founded in 1984 by Dr. Max Haney, the inventor of the four capillary differential viscometer detector. Since its inception, Viscotek has...
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    TSI Incorporated designs and manufactures precision instruments used to measure flow, particulate, and other key parameters in environments the world over. TSI serves the needs of industry,...
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    Bruker X-Ray Analysis designs and manufactures analytical X-ray systems for elemental analysis, materials research and structural investigations. Our innovative solutions enable a wide range of...
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    NanoHorizons has developed nano-scale materials and devices in three specific application areas: Matrix-less laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry targets for drug development...
  • Article - 6 May 2004
    The University of Texas Austin has received $1.93 million in federal funds that it will put towards nanotechnology equipment. Posted April 30 2004