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  • News - 24 Mar 2004
    Royal Philips Electronics, Sony Corporation and E Ink Corporation announced today the world's first consumer application of an electronic paper display module in Sony's new e-Book reader,...
  • News - 23 Mar 2004
    Imagine lighting your home or business with a paper-thin lighting device that comes off a roll and is similar to wallpaper. It would be flexible enough to be wrapped around columns or other curved...
  • News - 18 Mar 2004
    Lambda Advanced Technology (LAT) has introduced a low cost FTIR microscopy system with outstanding performance. The combination of Digilab's Scimitar FTS-2000 FTIR spectrometer and UMA 400...
  • News - 18 Mar 2004
    From dross to dance floor; from garbage to golden flooring; from the landfill to the foyer: Whichever phrase you favor, it’s what researchers at North Carolina State University are doing with...
  • News - 11 Mar 2004
    STMicroelectronics, one of the world's leading semiconductor manufacturers, today announced details of its leadership role in PolyApply, a new, four-year research project launched by the European...
  • News - 11 Mar 2004
    The New Zealand Government will enter negotiations for a Negotiated Greenhouse Agreement with Silicon Metal Industries (New Zealand) Limited. Silicon Metal Industries (NZ) Ltd intends to convert...
  • News - 10 Mar 2004
    American Superconductor Corporation today announced world-record performance in its second generation (2G) high temperature superconductor (HTS) wire. In briefings presented to officials at the...
  • 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 - 27 Jan 2004
    Based on research into polymer electronics, Philips is capable of producing prototypes of ultra-thin, large-area, rollable displays on a routine basis and intends to rapidly move towards an...
  • News - 17 Dec 2003
    An innovative new laminate material from 3M lets designers and manufacturers of high-speed digital printed circuit boards achieve higher speeds while simplifying design tradeoffs. When used...