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    TA Instruments designs and manufactures the world’s highest performing thermal analysis, rheometer, microcalorimeter, and mechanical test systems by focusing on four fundamental measurements:...
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    Labthink International, Inc. is a global enterprise that provides professional quality control solutions for packaging materials and products. Labthink's headquarters is based in Greater...
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    HORIBA Scientific, part of HORIBA Instruments, Inc., headquartered in the United States, provides an extensive array of instruments and solutions for applications across a broad range of scientific...
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    Instron is a leading provider of testing equipment for the material testing and structural testing markets. Instron’s products test the mechanical properties and performance of various...
  • Article - 10 Aug 2004
    In an attempt to create nanocomposites incorporating carbon nanotubes and diamond, scientists at Argonne National Laboratory created nanotubes with graphitic wings. Posted July 16th, 2004
  • Article - 5 Mar 2002
    Researchers at MIT have successfully produced a biomaterial that supports living nerve cells. These peptide based scaffolds may one day serve to help victims of spinal chord injuries.
  • Article - 17 Sep 2001
    Electroactive polymers (EAPs) are those, which respond to external electrical stimulation by displaying a significant shape or size displacement. They have shown promise to mimic the movements of...
  • News - 24 Nov 2016
    Artificial muscles - materials that contract and expand in a similar manner like muscle fibers do - can have many applications, from robotics to components in the aviation and automobile sectors....
  • News - 19 Apr 2016
    An experiment conducted in the laboratory of Stanford University’s chemical engineering professor Zhenan Bao has resulted in the creation of a super-stretchy material. It began when one of the...
  • News - 12 Aug 2015
    A new hydrogel, developed by a research team headed by scientists at the RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science in Japan, stretches and contracts swiftly like an artificial muscle in response to...