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    Transene Company Inc., founded in 1965 develops new materials for electronics and aerospace. Fields of interest encompass dielectrics, capacitors, photoresist materials, adhesives, electrophoretic...
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    The Q Trademark symbolizes Quartzite Quality! We have a complete facility geared to precision fabricating and finishing of machined parts from hard, high density and high temperature materials. We...
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    Created a quarter of a century ago, Oxford Applied Research has evolved from a contract R&D and technology licensing company into a manufacturer of leading-edge instruments for the scientific...
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    Throughout my career in the hybrid/microelectronics industry, I have always believed in producing more than what is expected. This has become the CCT business philosophy which is shared by all members...
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    Bach Research Corporation manufactures precision custom optics and diffraction gratings. We work carefully with customers to achieve their unique specifications. We provide custom manufacturing...
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    Thin Films Research offer thin-film technology made to order. Their technological capabilities include growth of precision thin-films by various physical vapor deposition processes such as Thermal...
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    Chiral Photonics, Inc. (CPI) was formed in January 1999 to develop innovative products based upon the novel photonic properties of chiral structures. These devices have a screw-like, or helical,...
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    Created a quarter of a century ago, Oxford Applied Research has evolved from a contract R&D and technology licensing company into a manufacturer of leading-edge instruments for the scientific...
  • Article - 26 Dec 2007
    Filters are manufactured into a number of shapes and sizes. Filters can be used to pass or eliminate bands of wavelength ranging from hundreds of nanometers in size down to a single wavelength.
  • News - 19 Nov 2007
    Chalmers University of Technology in Goteborg, Sweden is the first institute in that country to have installed an FEI Titan scanning/transmission election microscope (S/TEM), the world's most...