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University of Alberta engineering researchers discover new source of electricity
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In this interview, Michael Cuthbert highlights the main challenges researchers face when performing cryogen free measurements.
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Nanoimprint lithography provides high precision, cost-effective technique, high through-put and single exposure method to replicate nanoscale features below 10 nm, and a promising solution to the...
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There has been a considerable expansion in optical metrology techniques and applications during the decade that has passed since the publication of the first edition of the Optics Encyclopedia. Much...
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In this interview, Ben Jacobs, Product Manager from Protochips talks to AZoNano about Atmosphere TEM Environmental Gas Cell which was designed to simplify in situ gase cell experiments.