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  • Supplier Profile
    Raith is a leading precision technology solution provider for nanofabrication, electron beam lithography, focused ion beam fabrication, nanoengineering and reverse engineering...
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    Bruker Nano Surfaces provides high-performance, specialized analysis and testing technology for the widest range of research and production applications. Our broad portfolio of 2D and 3D surface...
  • Article - 12 Aug 2010
    This series of tests demonstrates the capabilities of the ElectroForce 3100 to characterize the material properties of very soft viscoelastic materials.
  • Article - 25 Jul 2005
    Researchers at Argonne National Laboratory are working on separative reactors for turning biomass into fuels, and plastics. This could prove to be an alternative to petrochemicals. Progress and the...
  • Article - 17 Feb 2004
    Cyclo-Olefin copolymer is an engineering thermoplastic. It has a range of useful properties and associated applications. Properties and applications are both listed.
  • News - 28 Feb 2019
    Amazon Filters reports on how implementation of its SupaPore PCG capsule filters at one of the world’s leading manufacturers of soft contact lenses, has improved lead times and security of...
  • News - 16 Nov 2015
    Lloyd Instruments announces a new addition to thier range of materials and force testers from AMETEK Test & Calibration Instruments — a specially developed jig to easily determine the peel...
  • News - 17 Jun 2010
    Menicon Co., Ltd. announced on June 16 that Menicon and Lagado Corporation based in Colorado, USA, reached an agreement for Lagado to become a wholly owned subsidiary of Menicon America Inc.,...
  • News - 22 Dec 2009
    Diabetics may soon be able to wear contact lenses that continuously alert them to variations in their glucose levels by changing colours - replacing the need to routinely draw blood throughout the...
  • News - 21 Jul 2009
    Taking eye drops multiple times a day can be difficult for patients to do, and because of blinking and tearing, as little as 1 to 7 percent of the dose is actually absorbed by the eye. Now,...