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    Verimetra makes medical instruments "smart" and manufacturers miniature thin film sensors used in medical applications that involve very small high end catheters. The Company designs and...
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    Measurement Specialties (NASDAQ: meas), is a leading global designer and manufacturer of sensors and sensor-based systems. Measurement Specialties produces a wide variety of sensors that use advanced...
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    Sporian Microsystems' mission is to develop and commercialize advanced MEMS (micro-electromechanical systems) based products, including sensors for environmental monitoring, for a range of industries...
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    Silex Microsystems is a company dedicated to providing groundbreaking customized solutions based on micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS). We have the capabilities to reformulate a customer’s product...
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    MEMSCAP, the MEMS leader, provides innovative products and solutions based on micro-electromechanical systems, or MEMS. The company enables its customers in high-growth markets to incorporate...
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    Discera is a World Leader in CMOS MEMS Resonator Technology. The company’s broad portfolio of PureSilicon resonators offer a significant breakthrough in technology, that is being used to create the...
  • Article - 6 Oct 2005
    Using CASTEP from Accelrys, researchers have been able to gain a better understanding of how doping with nitrogen impurities affects the semiconducting properties of carbon nanotubes. It has also...
  • Article - 6 Oct 2005
    CASTEP and DMol3, software packages from Accelrys have been used to study the properties (structural, mechanical, vibrational, and electronic) of carbon and boron-nitride nanotubes. Results will...
  • Article - 6 Oct 2005
    Using DMol3 from Accelrys, researchers have been able to examine the bonding differences between two types of nanotube deformation: (1) bending, and (2) pushing with atomically sharp AFM tips. This...
  • News - 12 Nov 2008
    Clemson physics professor Apparao Rao and his team are researching nano-scale cantilevers that have the potential to read and alert us to toxic chemicals or gases in the air. Put them into a small...