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    GE Global Research, the cornerstone of GE technology is one of the world’s most diversified industrial research labs provides innovative technology for all of GE’s businesses for more than...
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    GE Global Research is one of the world's most diversified industrial research labs, providing innovative technology for all of GE's businesses. Global Research has been the cornerstone of GE...
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    MTI Instruments is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and engineering of non-contact measurement systems and sensors. MTII’s main products consist of computerized general gauging...
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    Optomec is a leader in delivering additive manufacturing solutions for high-performance applications in the Electronics, Biomedical, and Aerospace & Defense markets. Additive manufacturing...
  • Article - 9 Mar 2004
    Structural materials in aerospace and defence applications have been a key area of development for nanomaterials and nanotechnology. Factors such as improved materials performance, lighter weight,...
  • News - 31 Oct 2007
    Researchers at Purdue University, working with the U.S. Air Force, have developed tiny wireless sensors resilient enough to survive the harsh conditions inside jet engines to detect when critical...
  • Article - 29 Aug 2006
    Materials scientists and engineers have made significant improvements to the methods of synthesis of nanomaterial solids. A brief review of future trends in nanotechnology developments is given in...
  • News - 27 Jan 2009
    MEMSCAP (NYSE Euronext: MEMS), the leading provider of innovative solutions based on MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems) technology, today announces the signature of another major project in the...
  • News - 30 Sep 2015
    Optomec, a leading global supplier of production grade additive manufacturing systems for 3D Printed Metals and 3D Printed Electronics, announced today that the company will feature its Hybrid...
  • News - 13 Sep 2007
    NASA researchers have designed and built a new circuit chip that can take the heat like never before. In the past, integrated circuit chips could not withstand more than a few hours of high...