Article - 7 Jan 2019
This article discusses the driving force behind the rising demand of technical ceramics in the medical industry.
Article - 17 Jul 2018
The systems developed by Environics for blending, diluting and mixing gases allow mixes of precise composition for an array of clinical applications.
Article - 23 Feb 2015
Rolls-Royce designed the state of the art Trent 1000 turbine Engine with an impressive 50,000 horse power – the equivalent of 68 Formula 1 racing car engines. It is no surprise that people wonder how...
Article - 25 Apr 2014
Rofin is the only globally operating laser manufacturer who covers all areas of laser material processing in the manufacture of medical devices.
Article - 13 Apr 2006
Virtually everything in the modern world has a paint, varnish, sealant or other coating. Understanding the properties of these coatings is critical to predicting their long-term performance. Element's...
Article - 20 Jan 2003
Conventional testing of electronic connections calls for mechanical pulling and shearing. Outlined herein is a new non-contact, non-destructive technique using lasers to test bond integrity. The...
Article - 6 Aug 2018
Sona is Andor’s latest high performance, vacuum cooled sCMOS camera platform, purpose built for fluorescence microscopy.
Article - 16 Aug 2012
Using the latest manufacturing techniques and often exotic materials, biomedical devices particularly those used in humans, present some of the biggest engineering challenges for the material science...
Article - 26 Feb 2001
The different types of biomaterials and their classifications (inert, active and resorbable) are defined and key properties are given.
Article - 6 Dec 2012
Arthur C. Wohl, Edward M. McMillan, Joseph W. Kennedy and Glenn T. Seaborg first discovered plutonium at the University of California in 1941.They bombarded uranium-238 atoms with deuterons in a...