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SVC Offers More Webinars in 2015 - Webinar Library has On-Demand Webinars for every presentation.
Published on March 30, 2015

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Atomic Force Microscopes from Asylum Research Guide the Development of Thin ... - Nanotechnology News (press release)
Atomic Force Microscopes from Asylum Research Guide the Development of Thin ... Nanotechnology News (press release) Thin films are ubiquitous in materials science and technology, with uses ranging from exotic next generation materials (e.g. ferroelectric data storage) to practical everyday items (e.g. food wrappers). The intrinsic dimensions of thin films (thickness ...
source Google | Published on September 03, 2015

LSU research may advance tech tools - Macon Telegraph
LSU research may advance tech tools Macon Telegraph LSU researchers have advanced a little-understood branch of science that involves manipulating materials to make some of the most advanced technology tools. The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/1NXlI13) the properties of some hard, complex materials ... and more »
source Google | Published on September 02, 2015

Trade in Your Old Binoculars and Receive Up to $250 Towards Your Next Purchase - AmmoLand Shooting Sports News
AmmoLand Shooting Sports News Trade in Your Old Binoculars and Receive Up to $250 Towards Your Next Purchase AmmoLand Shooting Sports News The prisms of the Ultravid HD-PLUS binoculars are made from specified and precisely formulated SCHOTT HT glasses, and are created using a new, high-temperature plasma coating process that deposits thin films of the highest-quality materials on the lens ...
source Google | Published on September 02, 2015

New Material Science Research May Advance Tech Tools - Chem.Info
Chem.Info New Material Science Research May Advance Tech Tools Chem.Info LSU researchers created holes, or antidots, in thin films of manganite, which is used to build magnetic hard discs in computers. It was discovered that the edges of the antidots were magnetic. BATON ROUGE — Hard, complex materials with many components ... and more »
source Google | Published on September 01, 2015

Multiferroics: Focusing light on flexoelectricity - Nature.com
Nature.com Multiferroics: Focusing light on flexoelectricity Nature.com Indeed, this phenomenon can lead to the so-called imprint (that is, hysteresis loop shift), internal bias and dead layer effects in thin films and to spontaneous inhomogeneous strains in nanoferroics. Flexoelectric coupling strongly changes the ...
source Google | Published on August 31, 2015

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Have you ever wondered how SVC selects a site for the annual Technical Conference and Exhibit? Selecting a site for the annual SVC TechCon is a most difficult task that relates directly to the success of the SVC TechCon. There are three groups of stakeholders that make up the SVC and each has specific criteria that make the TechCon site work for them. Learn more by reading the article from the SVC 2010 Summer Bulletin entitled, SVC TechCon Site Selection: A Multi-Faceted “Process” Read more >>

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