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    World leaders in manufacturing rely on Radiant Vision Systems for test and measurement solutions that ensure quality, reduce costs, and improve efficiencies. Based in Redmond, WA, Radiant Vision...
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    Metrohm is a worldwide leading manufacturer of precision instruments for chemical analysis. In the field of electrochemical ion analysis we have been the unchallenged world number one for many years....
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    Daylight Solutions’ mission is to be the leading provider of “Best in Class” mid-infrared sources and systems into defense, commercial, and research markets. We provide our customers...
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    Located in New York, Brookhaven Instruments offers superior instrumentation for nanoparticle, protein, and polymer characterization. With more than 40 years of experience in designing,...
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    For over 50 years, Zeus has grown to be a leader in the development and production of high-performance fluoropolymer tubing, as well as providing innovation in post-production finishing and strategic...
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    Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science is a new global company created in July 2017 within the Hitachi High Technologies Group. Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science has a rich 40 year heritage of...
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    PerkinElmer Food Safety and Quality is committed to providing the innovative analytical tools needed to ensure the global supply of high-quality, safe and unadulterated foods. Our instruments are...
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    Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) is the American subsidiary of Shimadzu Corporation, headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. Founded in 1875, Shimadzu is a $3 billion multinational corporation with three...
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    Chemomechanical polymers are a new type of smart polymer. They are able to operate automatically without the need for any sensors, switches, pumps or power supplies. They have potential applications...
  • Article - 4 May 2004
    Researchers at Ames Laboratory are looking at bioinspired polymers to see how they form and react to stimuli such as temperature and pH like protains, lipids and DNA. Posted March 31 2004