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  • News - 11 Aug 2016
    Lockheed Martin has developed a new micro-size cryocooler that enables quick-startup infrared (IR) sensors for sensor and missile applications. Cryocoolers are regular components in IR-sensing...
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    With the Technical Insights Nanotechnology Resource, clients get in on the ground floor of global developments in nanophase materials, nanotubes, and nanowires, and they receive insights and analysis...
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    Bell Labs, celebrating more than three-quarters of a century of innovation, is the most famous research and development organization in the world. Bell Labs' mission to Lucent Technologies is...
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    Zyvex is the first molecular nanotechnology company. They carry out scientific breakthroughs into key commercial applications in the areas of Materials, Tools and Structures. Zyvex has...
  • Article - 5 Apr 2004
    The 11th annual business and technology conference, known this year as TECH 2004, will be held Tuesday, May 4, 2004 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Liverpool. Posted April 2 2004
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    Strem Chemicals, Inc. established in 1964, is a privately–held company that manufactures and markets specialty chemicals of high purity. Its clients include academic, industrial and government...
  • Article - 10 Nov 2004
    Using MEMS as sensors and actuators on the battlefield could radically change the ways in which the military conduct future campaigns. Other nanotechnology devices, such as nanocomputers and molecular...
  • Article - 19 Mar 2004
    Scientists at Bell Labs, the research and development arm of Lucent Technologies have discovered an new way to control tiny liquid droplets by applying electrical charges to specially engineered...
  • Article - 4 Mar 2004
    Nanotechnology has a range of implications in the aerospace and defense industries. Areas that stand to benefit range from lighter, stronger aircraft materials, to functional, protective clothing...
  • Article - 23 Feb 2004
    Nanotechnology company, Zyvex Corp., is working in collaboration with the University of Texas at Dallas to build a prototype of the worlds toughest material for NASA. Posted February 22 2004