Oxford Instruments has introduced a real-time navigation and imaging system that helps users interactively explore their sample based on video-rate X-ray maps coloured by element.
Nanoparticle based coatings could play a prominent role in extending the lifespan of materials such as leather and textiles.
In 2016, 88 million automobiles were sold across the world which is 4.8% more than the previous year. Today, the automotive industry has become increasingly competitive with customers demanding more environmentally friendly, safe, efficient and comfortable vehicles.
As demand continues to grow for materials to be stronger, more durable and lighter, manufacturers must look for new, innovative processes to produce the next generation of ceramics.
Hardness Testing and Direct Certification
From United Testing Systems
Dynamic Image Analysis for Particle Characterisation of Metal Powders
From Retsch Technology GmbH
A Novel Structural Ceramic with Enhanced Properties
Using Digital Radiography for Pipe Inspection
From Vidisco, Ltd.
Multivariance Image-Based Chemical Structure Determination
By Liam Critchley
The Global Graphene Opportunity
From Imagine Intelligent Materials
Scientists Create Uranium-Based Metal-Organic Framework Using Simple Building Blocks
Scientists Synthesize and Study New Liquid-Crystal Photochromic Polymers
Nordson MARCH’s New Plasma Polymerization Deposition Systems Deposit Materials During Precision Manufacturing Processes
From Nordson MARCH
Process Ready Ultrasonic Flowmeter
From Titan Enterprises Ltd.
Scientists from the University of Manchester and Diamond Light Source Work with Deben to Develop and Test a New Compression Stage to Study Irradiated Graphite at Elevated Temperatures.
From Deben UK Ltd
Lake Shore 8600 Series VSM system named R&D 100 Awards finalist
From Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc.
Ipsen Announces Strategic Organizational Changes to Promote Future Growth and Innovation
XOS Launches New ASTM D4294 Analyzer for Testing Critical Elements in Petroleum Refineries and Independent Labs
IGD Presents New Advancements In Gas Detection Technology
From International Gas Detectors Ltd
Elayne Gordonov, Market Manager - Global Bio Market at Instron, talks to AZoM about physical testing requirements of syringes, Luer connections, and needle-based injection systems in-line with ISO 80369 standards for testing medical device connections used in different clinical applications.
As devices become smaller, the requirement for reliable connections becomes more important. Plasma treatment is used to improve and enhance reliability.
New products entering the market today are based on new processes and materials. These materials have increasingly important roles—increasing competitiveness and supporting innovation.
Dyson Technical Ceramics™ Isostatically Pressed Alumina Crucibles are designed to provide resistance to high temperatures, while maintaining excellent erosion resistance. Dyson Technical Ceramics manufactures a variety of crucibles based on alumina.
The Freezer/Mill®, a cryogenic mill is beneficial in areas where other grinding processes fail. Flexible materials such as biological samples and synthetics are embrittled at Liquid Nitrogen temperatures.
Galaxy Scientific’s QuasIR™ 3000 was created from the ground up to provide the industry with a new kind of NIR analysis solution – a solution that offers the portability needed to move NIR analysis closer to point-of-need, coupled with unrivaled spectroscopic performance for the swiftest and most accurate results.
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