Micro-Epsilon offers a worldwide unique range of sensors, measurement systems and customized inspection systems. The product range of the worldwide operating sensor specialist comprises inductive,...
Article - 31 May 2010
From heavy transporters, to steel structures and mobile cranes, Masteel high yield steels are designed to work under incredible load stresses. Steels of this type are also supplied as special offshore...
News - 28 Nov 2007
The Timken Company announced today that its highly engineered tapered roller bearings will play a key role in transporting 126-ton high-precision antennae into the Chilean Andes, where a radio...
Article - 13 Jun 2016
Crystallography, or the science of examining crystals, allows researchers to better understand materials as well as synthetic chemistry and biological processes.
News - 25 Jul 2007
Iron is the workhorse of trace minerals. An essential component of red blood cells, disruption of iron levels in the body will result in a myriad of serious conditions, and life cannot be sustained...
News - 14 Sep 2009
How much difference can a tenth of a nanometer make? When it comes to figuring out how proteins work, an improvement in resolution of that miniscule amount can mean the difference between seeing where...
Article - 14 Oct 2005
Two substituted phenanthrolines were successfully prepared and europium complexes based on these ligands were synthesized. Several electroluminescent devices using these two europium complexes as...
News - 19 Sep 2005
Biomaterials are increasingly in demand, needed as materials for implants and prostheses, as “transporters” for drugs, to carry DNA into cells for gene therapy, as supports for the growth...
News - 12 Nov 2013
The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) is pleased to announce its 2013 AAPS Fellows. AAPS Fellows are granted the honor each year for making sustained remarkable scholarly and...
News - 16 May 2014
Despite their solar-energy conversion efficiency, hybrid lead halide perovskites have high costs of manufacturing because of the expensive materials used for hole-transporting. By using a cheap...