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    From the beginning, high precision, high quality and high ethical standards have been the guiding principles that have nurtured the growth of the Engis Group of Companies. Our founder, Julius...
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    Materion Corporation supplies highly engineered advanced enabling materials to leading and dynamic technology companies across the globe. Our product offerings include precious and non-precious...
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    In May 1992 the NRC Institute for Biodiagnostics (NRC-IBD) stood as 25 people and a bold idea. Since then, some 500 persons have worked with us, and this vibrant centre is now home to over 200...
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    Veeco is a global leader in Process Equipment technology. Our products combine innovative technological solutions with highest capital efficiency to drive our customer’s critical manufacturing...
  • Article - 18 Mar 2004
    Carbon nanotubes and spintronics may be the next revolution in electronics. What they are and how they work is briefly explained as well as their application to the electronics industry.
  • Article - 6 May 2011
    LOT QuantumDesign offers the XE series of AFM’s from Park Systems which have many new advanced features and are extremely user-friendly. They also supply a range of automated AFMs for higher end,...
  • Article - 28 Apr 2011
    The surface of hard disk drives are protected by hard overcoats. Keysight Technologies developed the Hay-Crawford model that can be used in conjunction with a Nano Indenter to accurately characterize...
  • Article - 8 Apr 2011
    Advancements in hard disk drive technology are increasing the boundaries of media production. With increasing data densities and the anticipation of lower numbers of errors by users, there is a...
  • Article - 11 Dec 2006
    Very thin hard films of amorphous carbon are now widely used as protective overcoats for magnetic hard disks. This article features the results of nanoscratches performed on a typical hard disk...
  • Article - 17 May 2004
    Using an innovative nanotechnology, IBM scientists have demonstrated a data storage density of a trillion bits per square inch - 20 times higher than the densest magnetic storage currently available....