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A new approach to creating organic zeolites - Phys.Org
Phys.Org A new approach to creating organic zeolites Phys.Org Prior to joining UD, Yan served as Presidential Chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of California, Riverside, where his research group was the first to demonstrate the use of zeolite thin films for semiconductors and ... and more »
source Google | Published on July 24, 2014

Stock focus: Ollie Beckett on Comet - EveryInvestor
Stock focus: Ollie Beckett on Comet EveryInvestor The two principal divisions are Plasma Control Technology (PCT) and Yxlon. PCT provides equipment needed in the deposition of the thin films used in the production of flat screens, semiconductors and solar panels – all of which are strong growth markets.
source Google | Published on July 24, 2014

Lithium-doped graphene approaches the limits of transparency and conductivity - Nanowerk
Lithium-doped graphene approaches the limits of transparency and conductivity Nanowerk ... and transparency of ultra thin graphite – ranging from 3-60 graphene layers in thickness – by lithium intercalation, and have achieved the highest combined performance of sheet resistance and transmittance so far reported among all continuous thin ...
source Google | Published on July 24, 2014

The birth of topological spintronics - Nanowerk
Nanowerk The birth of topological spintronics Nanowerk Graduate Student Alex Mellnik, in Ralph's laboratory at Cornell, fashioned these thin films into devices and carried out the spin-torque measurements. Professor Eun-ah Kim and her group at Cornell developed the theoretical interpretation of the ... and more »
source Google | Published on July 23, 2014

Squid skin protein could improve biomedical technologies, UCI study shows - HealthCanal.com
Squid skin protein could improve biomedical technologies, UCI study shows HealthCanal.com They produced the squid protein in common bacteria and used it to make thin films on a silicon substrate. Via metal electrodes that contacted the film, the researchers observed the relationship between current and voltage under various conditions ... and more »
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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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