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2009-11-10 18:27:22

Researchers at the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science at Northwestern University have developed, characterized, and modeled a new kind of probe used in atomic force microscopy (AFM), which images, measures, and manipulates matter at the nanoscale.

2009-10-01 11:47:00


2009-06-24 09:44:00

U.S. Silica expands production of fracturing (frac) sand for the oil and gas markets BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va., June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S.

2008-08-22 15:00:46

GT Solar Incorporated, a global provider of specialized equipment and technology for the solar power industry, today announced that Bruce Hazeltine has joined the company as director of process development for its silicon group, a new role within the company. In this position, Mr.

2008-08-13 18:00:35

By Luntz, Stephen A nanomaterial coating on silica particles could offer the solution to one of the world's oldest and most destructive health challenges: how to remove bacteria and other pollutants from drinking water.

2008-07-20 21:00:24

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/647db1/china_trichlorosil) has announced the addition of the "China Trichlorosilane Market Report, 2008-2010" report to their offering.

2008-05-13 13:55:00

Even before Weixiao Huang received his doctorate from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, his new transistor captured the attention of some of the biggest American and Japanese automobile companies. The 2008 graduate’s invention could replace one of the most common pieces of technology in the world—the silicon transistor for high-power and high-temperature electronics.

2008-03-27 14:20:00

Scientists have developed a new form of stretchable silicon integrated circuit that can wrap around complex shapes such as spheres, body parts and aircraft wings, and can operate during stretching, compressing, folding and other types of extreme mechanical deformations, without a reduction in electrical performance.

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