One of the first major subsea pipelines was built between Great Britain’s Isle of Wight and the coast of France during World War II and since then, their use has expanded exponentially.
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The aerospace industry makes use of a wide range of materials which are selected due to the characteristics they possess, such as strength, density and rigidity. Diamond is used for applications in which conventional tools cannot be used.
The development of medicine has been always been dependent on our knowledge of physics. Imaging cells using microscopy and broken bones using X-ray radiation are two well known examples but particle accelerators also have many important medical applications.
Best known in the form of the ever-present white piping seen in basements of buildings, the domestic use of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) could be considered a double-edged sword.
ZEISS is introducing a new generation of field emission scanning electron microscopes (FESEMs) with enhanced Gemini technology for research, industrial labs and imaging facilities.
Colin Darby, CEO at Micron Optical, talks about Micron Optical's microscopes and imaging solutions.
Mikko Järvikivi, LIBS Product Manager at Oxford Instruments, talks to AZoM.com about the metals recycling industry, the products which Oxford Instruments offer to the industry and Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS).
AZoM talks to Mark Pothecary, Product Manager for size exclusion chromatography products at Malvern Instruments, about the new OMNISEC gel permeation/size exclusion chromatography (GPC/SEC) platform.
Dr. Micharl Rauscher speaks to AZoM.com about field emission scanning electron microscopy - what it is, how it has developed since its invention and what the future holds for the technology.
Harrick Plasma, a leading supplier of plasma equipment to the research community, speaks to AZoM.com about the company, their products and what the future has in store for them.
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