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  • News - 3 Mar 2004
    Philips Research is demonstrating a unique variable-focus lens system that has no mechanical moving parts. Suited to a wide range of optical imaging applications, including such things as digital...
  • News - 2 Mar 2004
    Alcan Listed as One of Top 10 Companies for Social Responsibility Alcan Inc. has taken the top spot in the metals industry on Fortune magazine’s 2004 list of the World’s Most Admired...
  • News - 19 Feb 2004
    DuPont today announced that it has acquired Retrim, a safetyglass interlayer company, with plant operations in Zlin, Czech Republic. Terms were not disclosed. DuPont said Czech Republic government...
  • News - 17 Feb 2004
    The Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group (I&S) has received an order from the Chinese company, Baoshan Iron & Steel Group Co. Ltd. (Baosteel), to supply all the automation and...
  • News - 17 Feb 2004
    IBM recently announced it has developed a new method of manufacturing low power, high performance microprocessors using an industry-first combination of silicon-on-insulator (SOI), strained silicon...
  • News - 16 Feb 2004
    The first reactor capable of producing hydrogen from a renewable fuel source (ethanol) efficiently enough to hold economic potential has been invented by University of Minnesota engineers. When...
  • News - 16 Feb 2004
    As the red carpet rolled out at the British Academy Film Awards, at the London Party, hosted by United International Pictures, Variety Magazine and Steinmetz diamonds, Jaguar Cars added to the...
  • News - 4 Feb 2004
    Scientists at JILA, a joint laboratory of the Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the University of Colorado at Boulder (CU-Boulder) report the...
  • News - 3 Feb 2004
    Although unrelated, two recent announcements in power generation and chip production underline the burgeoning strength of the Chinese economy. ALSTOM, in consortium with Beijing Beizhong Steam...
  • News - 27 Jan 2004
    Drivers of commercial vehicles and cars will not only be able to brake more quickly in future, braking is also set to get quieter. The new modifier increases both the flexibility of friction and...