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The High Density Packaging (HDP) User Group headquartered in the United States announces the Smooth Copper Signal Integrity project which is focused on evaluating the effects of processing smooth
You are what you eat is truism that has been given new impetus by 'cutting edge' research led by the University of Leicester that reveals your teeth are literally shaped by your food.
Written on the moon's weary face are the damages it has endured for the past 4-1/2 billion years.
NEW YORK, May 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Donna Dannenfelser is a revolutionary woman, breaking through gender barriers and becoming one of the first full-time female psychotherapists to work for a professional sports team.
LAS VEGAS, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- To improve and minimize variation of rod counter surface quality for hydraulic applications, Simrit has specified six additional parameters.
Researchers from Northwestern University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have studied individual water droplets and discovered a miniature version of the "water hammer," an effect that produces the familiar radiator pipe clanging in older buildings.
BERGISCH GLADBACH, Germany, October 18, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - CEA-LETI in Grenoble is Purchasing a Unique Wafer Metrology Solution An internationally leading research institution in the microelectronics, information and health technology industries is relying on surface metrology from Germany.
Integrated circuits, which enable virtually every electronics gadget you use on a daily basis, are constantly being pushed by the semiconductor industry to become smaller, faster, and cheaper.
This Envisat radar image acquired over the Gulf of Mexico on June 22, 2010 shows that the oil spill (outlined in white) has radiated all over the Gulf of Mexico basin and is also continuing to feed into the Loop Current (red arrow).
WOODSTOCK, Ga, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- MicroDynamics announces the release of the new MD-MicroQC, a lightweight, durable surface inspection Microscope.
- A mania for the use of printing-types; a strong propensity to write for publication.