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2012-07-09 Material constrains of concentrating solar power
A recent study conducted by the Chalmers University evaluates the potential material restrictions for a large scale application of CSP technology.
2011-02-04 Molybdenite touted to be better than silicon
Molybdenite is an inherently two-dimensional material, permitting fabrication of thin films as thin as 6.5?. It has real potential in the production of very small transistors, LEDs and solar cells.
2005-09-09 Speedline enhances wave soldering systems
To enhance product quality, Speedline announced that they now offer two options for its Electrovert Electra, Vectra and Econopak Gold wave soldering systems.
2005-08-09 Speedline 'greens' wave soldering systems
Speedline Technologies announced Pb-free enhancements for its Electrovert Econopak Gold Wave Soldering Systems.
2014-08-04 Sodium-beta battery operates at as low as 150C
The test battery carries a liquid metal alloy electrode, lowering the operating temperature from 350C and retaining about 97 per cent of its initial storage capacity after 100 charge/discharge cycles.
2003-08-15 Nanotech firm to co-develop titanium metals for military
A nanotechnology developer and a producer of low-cost titanium metals will join forces to further reduce the cost of titanium production using new electrolysis technology.
2006-07-01 Here comes the sun
Sticker shock at the gas pumps combined with concerns over the diminishing supply of non-renewable energy sources like coal, oil and natural gas have added new urgency to the search for alternatives.
2013-04-09 Choosing medical device interconnects
Biocompatibilty, durability and reliability are key attributes to consider when selecting the right interconnects for remotely connecting healthcare professionals and patients.
2014-12-02 3D printing, quasicrystals yield lighter yet stronger mat'ls
University of Lorraine researchers stated that quasicrystals, a type of complex metal alloy with crystal-like properties, can be used in additive manufacturing to create stronger components.
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