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    Nextreme Thermal Solutions manufactures advanced thermoelectric components to address the escalating thermal management needs of the semiconductor, photonics, test-and-measurement and...
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    Tellurex has created several industry-leading thermoelectric products over the past quarter-century. Tellurex offers the most powerful commercially available power generation thermoelectric technology...
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    Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp (PSC) is a spin-off from Anasys Instruments Corp, the company that pioneered the field of AFM-based photothermal IR spectroscopy (PTIR) and was eventually acquired by...
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    Capovani Brothers Inc. is at heart a buyer, refurbisher, and seller of used semiconductor manufacturing equipment. As such, we deal with a wide variety of customers, having an equally wide variety of...
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    The NETZSCH Group is a mid-sized, family-owned German company engaging in the manufacture of machinery and instrumentation with worldwide production, sales, and service branches. The three Business...
  • Article - 15 Dec 2003
    A former Hewlett-Packard executive is to lead Oregon’s first micro and nanotechnology research center. Posted Decmber 12 2003
  • News - 6 Nov 2012
    Researchers at the Carnegie Institution have discovered a new efficient way to pump heat using crystals. The crystals can pump or extract heat, even on the nanoscale, so they could be used on computer...
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    Micromeritics Instrument Corporation is a leading global provider of solutions for material characterization with best-in-class instrumentation and application expertise in five core areas: ...
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    Nordson MARCH is the global leader in plasma cleaning and treatment equipment, and plasma applications technology. The company has been engaged in the plasma equipment business for more than 25 years...
  • Article - 26 Mar 2004
    Mechanical engineers at Purdue University are developing a new type of cooling technology for computers that uses a sort of nano-lightning to create tiny wind currents. Posted March 22 2004