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Euro-K Harnesses EOS Metal Additive Manufacturing Technology for Compact Micro-Burners

Euro-K Harnesses EOS Metal Additive Manufacturing Technology for Compact Micro-Burners

Design, manufacture and testing of energy-converting micro gas turbines that optimise the combustion of fuels is the specialism of German firm Euro-K, based in Berlin and Cottbus. [More]
FLIR Offers Optical Gas Imaging Cameras for Non-Contact Chemical Leak Inspection

FLIR Offers Optical Gas Imaging Cameras for Non-Contact Chemical Leak Inspection

FLIR Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras are preventative maintenance solutions designed to spot leaks in compressors, piping, flanges and connections in chemical plants. [More]
Electrospray Renders Langmuir-Blodgett Assembly More Efficient and Safer to Scale up

Electrospray Renders Langmuir-Blodgett Assembly More Efficient and Safer to Scale up

Jiaxing Huang, associate professor of materials science and engineering at the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University, has increased the efficiency of a proven thin-film fabrication technique called Langmuir-Blodgett assembly. [More]
New Stable 2D Materials Developed by Manchester Researchers

New Stable 2D Materials Developed by Manchester Researchers

A research team at the University of Manchester have developed of a number of novel 2D materials similar to graphene. [More]
Nordson MARCH StratoSPHERE Plasma Treatment System Expands Up to 6 Chambers for Increased Throughput and Flexibility

Nordson MARCH StratoSPHERE Plasma Treatment System Expands Up to 6 Chambers for Increased Throughput and Flexibility

Nordson MARCH, a Nordson company (NASDAQ:NDSN), a global leader in plasma processing technology, announces that its StratoSPHERE™ Series plasma treatment equipment for wafer-level packaging and 3D packaging applications can now be configured in two, four, and even six chamber configurations for increased throughput and flexibility. [More]
ProTec Polymer Processing Exhibit Range of Efficient Material Handling Systems and Services at Fakuma 2015

ProTec Polymer Processing Exhibit Range of Efficient Material Handling Systems and Services at Fakuma 2015

ProTec Polymer Processing will showcase at Fakuma 2015 a full range of high-performance, energy-efficient integrated system solutions for efficient material handling, including conveying, drying, dosing and mixing. [More]

At-Line Analysis of Sulfur in Fuels Using ED-XRF Spectroscopy is Detailed in New Application Brief from SPECTRO Analytical

A new application brief explaining how the use of ED-XRF spectroscopy for at-line analysis of sulfur in fuels can cut production delays from days to minutes is available to download from the SPECTRO website. [More]
Magritek Reviews the Current Use of Benchtop NMR in Real-Time Monitoring and Optimization of Chemical Reactions

Magritek Reviews the Current Use of Benchtop NMR in Real-Time Monitoring and Optimization of Chemical Reactions

Magritek, a leading provider of compact NMR and MRI instruments, announce the posting of a new educational video on following chemical reactions in real time on the bench using the Magritek Spinsolve NMR spectrometer. [More]
Atomic Layers of Transition Metals Sandwiched to Create Stable Material

Atomic Layers of Transition Metals Sandwiched to Create Stable Material

Researchers at Drexel University have developed a new material-making method for creating an entirely new stable material for storing energy by 'sandwiching' atomic layers of materials such as molybdenum, titanium and carbon. [More]
Color-Changing Polymer-Based Material Could Help Detect Traumatic Brain Injuries

Color-Changing Polymer-Based Material Could Help Detect Traumatic Brain Injuries

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a new polymer-based material that is capable of changing colors based on the speed of impact inflicted on it to detect risk of brain damage. [More]