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Conference attendees can visit Booth 57 to learn how Lake Shore temperature sensors and instruments facilitate superconductivity research. Columbus, OH (PRWEB)
At low power, commonly used LEDs are very efficient. However, when these same LEDs receive enough power to light a room, they lose a significant amount of efficiency, a term referred to as the “green gap”...
Latest developments yield unprecedented performance for defense systems TEWKSBURY, Mass., Feb.
Experts at The University of Nottingham are the first to create a stable version of a ‘trophy molecule’ that has eluded scientists for decades.
Solar power cells are limited by the wavelengths of light they can absorb from the sun. Ideally a solar cell would absorb every wavelength, but to date the goal has not been reached. Silicon, today's photovoltaic industry standard, is limited in the wavelength range it can 'see' and absorb.
Surmet Corporation of Burlington, MA, now in its 30th year of successful operations, announces the expansion of its Aluminum Nitride (AlN) manufacturing operations
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