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A new range of stereomicroscopes from Olympus has operator comfort in mind. New designs have gone a long way to alleviating eye strain that plagues those who operate microscopes for long periods. New...
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Grain boundaries play an important role in the electrical behaviour of some materials. Control of grain boundaries can influence how well a material performs. A method for measuring the structure of...
News - 22 Nov 2012
Engineers pave the way towards 3D printing of personal electronics Scientists are developing new materials which could one day allow people to print out custom-designed personal electronics such as...
Article - 16 Nov 2011
OEM manufacturers worldwide chose Master Bond adhesives, sealants and coatings for their advanced adhesive needs. Aspects such as performance requirements, applications and grades are covered.
Article - 16 Jul 2010
For ease of application and outstanding performance, choose Master Bond one part, heat curable epoxy systems.
Article - 23 Sep 2003
Researchers have found a way to separate and manipulate nanotubes. Using a chemical process they can separate out nanotubes with similar properties. This technology could pave the way for more...
Article - 22 Aug 2003
The concept of designing in functionality using direct writing and rapid manufacturing techniques is discussed. Properties such as stiffness, surface toughness, thermal properties, electrical...
Article - 5 Mar 2002
Researchers can now control DNA biomolecules with radio waves. The ultimate goal of this work will be to use biological machines to perform tasks on a molecular scale.
Article - 30 Nov 2001
Micro-impact testing is a repetitive technique for evaluating coating adhesion, toughness and resistance to erosive wear. It is able to simulate actual wear conditions more closely than other...
Dr Whiting is a member of the Electronic Materials and Devices Laboratory at PARC. He is interested in electronic devices that can be processed from solution and novel applications, fabrication and...