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Sacmi Install Five Caps Production Line in Vitaqua GmbH

Guaranteed quality standards, outstanding productivity, optimisation of energy consumption: three key characteristics of Sacmi’s Continuous Compression Moulding (CCM) solutions for caps production that German bottl... [More]
Coatings and Corrosion Research Undertaken by University of Manchester Using Anasys AFM-IR

Coatings and Corrosion Research Undertaken by University of Manchester Using Anasys AFM-IR

Anasys Instruments reports on the recent installation of an AFM-IR system at the Corrosion & Protection Centre, part of the School of Materials at the University of Manchester for use by the group of Professor Stuart Lyon. [More]
Novinda Introduces New Product for Low Cost Oxidation of Vapor Phase Mercury

Novinda Introduces New Product for Low Cost Oxidation of Vapor Phase Mercury

Novinda Corporation, a leader in non-carbon mercury removal solutions, today announced a new product designed to provide low cost oxidation of vapor phase mercury, and enhance the mercury removal performance of wet scrubbers in coal-fired power plants. [More]
Thermo Scientific Introduces New FDA Class 1 High-Performance Liquid Chromatograph, Mass Spectrometer

Thermo Scientific Introduces New FDA Class 1 High-Performance Liquid Chromatograph, Mass Spectrometer

Clinical laboratories now have access to a new high-performance liquid chromatograph, mass spectrometer and LC-MS software designed and manufactured as FDA Class I devices to be components of laboratory-developed tests for analyzing patient samples. [More]
Visa Qualifies FIME to Perform Testing for Contactless EMV Analogue and Digital Specifications

Visa Qualifies FIME to Perform Testing for Contactless EMV Analogue and Digital Specifications

FIME has announced that its Montreal-based laboratory has been qualified by Visa to perform testing for its 'contactless EMV analogue and digital' specifications. This latest qualification supports handset manufacturers by enabling the leading payments consultancy and advanced testing provider to confirm compliance of near field communication (NFC) enabled mobile devices to the functional requirements laid out by the payment system. [More]
Novel Cost-Effective Rocket to Launch Small Satellites

Novel Cost-Effective Rocket to Launch Small Satellites

Rocket Lab announced today its plan to revolutionize the global space industry with the creation of Electron, a lightweight, cost-effective rocket, making it easier for companies to launch small satellites into orbit. [More]
3DRV Tour Finds That ‘Manufacturing’ is No Longer Limited to Factories

3DRV Tour Finds That ‘Manufacturing’ is No Longer Limited to Factories

After two months on the road, the 3DRV: Driven by Design road tour has begun to uncover the variety of ways that companies and individuals are using 3D design, reality capture, and fabrication technologies to shape the world around them. [More]
eSilicon to Demonstrate GDSII Quoting Tool

eSilicon to Demonstrate GDSII Quoting Tool

In this GDSII tapeout webinar, participants will witness an actual tapeout quote being generated based on real-time input from Bob Dunnigan, vice president of operations at Ikanos, an eSilicon customer. SemiWiki's Daniel Nenni will moderate the event and provide his perspective regarding the impact of Internet commerce on the semiconductor industry. [More]
Global Steel Manufacturing Market Forecast to Grow at 3.41% CAGR

Global Steel Manufacturing Market Forecast to Grow at 3.41% CAGR

Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report: Global Steel Manufacturing Market 2014-2018 [More]
Lightweight Interlocking Ceramic Bricks Created Using 3-D Printing

Lightweight Interlocking Ceramic Bricks Created Using 3-D Printing

Using 3-D printing and advanced geometry, a team at Cornell has developed a new kind of building material – interlocking ceramic bricks that are lightweight, need no mortar and make efficient use of materials. [More]
International Union of Crystallography Meeting to Take Place August 5–12, 2014 in Montreal

International Union of Crystallography Meeting to Take Place August 5–12, 2014 in Montreal

Some 2,500 scientists and experts from around the world will gather next month in Montreal for the largest international meeting of the year devoted to crystallography -- a discipline that draws researchers from fields as far flung as genomics and geology who help solve problems as diverse as designing new manufacturing processes to creating life-saving drugs. [More]
Sphalerite Mineral Can Affect Carbon-Hydrogen Bond Process

Sphalerite Mineral Can Affect Carbon-Hydrogen Bond Process

Reactions among minerals and organic compounds in hydrothermal environments are critical components of the Earth's deep carbon cycle, they provide energy for the deep biosphere, and may have implications for the origins of life. However, very little is known about how minerals influence organic reactions. [More]
Magnets May be Used as Cooling Agents

Magnets May be Used as Cooling Agents

The magnets cluttering the face of your refrigerator may one day be used as cooling agents, according to a new theory formulated by MIT researchers. [More]
FRITSCH Showcase Milling and Sizing Innovations at POWTECH 2014

FRITSCH Showcase Milling and Sizing Innovations at POWTECH 2014

FRITSCH, an internationally respected manufacturer of application-oriented laboratory instruments for sample preparation and particle sizing, is again one step ahead. [More]
International Forum to be Held at ALUMINIUM 2014

International Forum to be Held at ALUMINIUM 2014

From 7 to 9 October, more than 50 nations will represent the entire world of aluminium at ALUMINIUM 2014 in Düsseldorf. With more than 950 exhibitors and as many as 21,500 visitors at the last event – some 50% of them from outside Germany – the World Fair provides the most comprehensive overview of the industry and emerging markets. [More]

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